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Burnside, New York

No Sleep ‘Til Brooklyn.


There are so many bars in Brooklyn’s Williamsburg that it gets tricky to navigate between the good, the bad and the ugly.

For the most part, you can’t go wrong. Walk into a bar and if it’s playing good music, has friendly staff and is full of decent looking humans, it’s a no brainer. But here’s one hot tip if you are on the search.

The very dimly lit Burnside, on Grand Street, is a no fail bar. Not too busy, not too full of turbo-hipsters, not too anything – which makes it a damn fine place to hang out and drink a beer.

You can sit at booths or up at the bar and chat with the staff, or you can attempt a game of shuffleboard.

If you’re hungry, order the Fried Cheese Curds. You won’t be sorry.

Burnside is at 506 Grand St, Brooklyn.

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  • Allenwood


    9 months ago

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