Nitehawk Cinema is New York's original cinema eatery; an independent movie house bringing a selective approach to film, food, and drinks.
Nitehawk offers audiences an unparalleled cinematic experience by combining exemplary first run and repertory film programming along with table-side food and beverage service in all theatres. Complementing Nitehawk's staple menu items of gourmet concessions, local beers, and handcrafted cocktails, its team creates specialty dishes and drinks inspired by its films. Nitehawk's unique Signature Series programming includes LIVE + SOUND + CINEMA, Country Brunchin', Nitehawk Naughties, Nitehawk Nasties, The Works, Music Driven, and Art Seen. The cinema also presents thirty-minute Pre-Shows tailored to each movie that feature local filmmakers and clips curated by Nitehawk's cinema department.
Nitehawk's Williamsburg location is a triplex, hosting a 92- and 60-seat theatre along with its intimate 28-seat theatre. Nitehawk's upstairs lobby and bar plays selected movies to watch while you wait. The beautiful downstairs cafe space offers a full-service food and drink service. It is also the hub for Nitehawk's free programming such as Movie Trivia Night, VHS Vault, Bootlegger's Night, and the Artist Film Club.
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At the heart of Williamsburg, Rough Trade NYC provides locals and tourists alike a place to celebrate music.
From live events in the state-of-the-art venue, food and drink from the Five Leaves cafe, exhibitions in The Room, creating music with Main Drag Music, Rough Trade NYC is like no other place on earth.
Brooklyn Bowl has redefined the destination entertainment experience. "One of the most incredible places on earth," according to Rolling Stone, Brooklyn Bowl integrates a premier performance venue, food by Blue Ribbon, bars which feature local craft brewed beers, and 16 bowling lanes which give guests a unique place to relax, eat, drink, and watch a performance. Brooklyn Bowl is located in the former Hecla Iron Works (built 1882) and was the first L.E.E.D. certified bowling alley in the world.
Fette Sau is an informal (paper plates and plastic cutlery) barbecue joint just next to the Brooklyn Queens Expressway in Williamsburg, Brooklyn. Set back from the street, you'll know it from its pink neon sign and picnic tables. Inside, the restaurant is made from cool concrete, and there's nothing but family-style seating. At the bar you'll see an incredible collection of dark liquors and several beers on tap. Approach the line, where you can order delicious barbecue buffet style. Fill up your tray and head to the cashier where they'll weigh your food. Sit indoors to beat the heat, or join the noisy crowds outside. Fette Sau is a great choice for groups, especially birthday parties, but be sure to arrive on the early side on the weekends - from 8pm. Onwards the restaurant is completely slammed with people. Fette Sau also delivers if you don't want to deal with the crowds - or you can get your barbecue to go.
Campbell Cheese & Grocery features a selection of more than 100 cheeses, both European standards and new American classics, with a special focus on up-and-coming domestic cheesemakers.
The shop will also offers a seasonal menu of made-to-order sandwiches, grilled cheeses, and salads. Charcuterie and seasonal produce are also available, as well as complementary sundries, dry and pickled goods, sweets and chocolates, teas and coffees, craft beers, and related kitchenware including cheese knives and cutting boards.
French/Mexican cuisine restaurant brought to you by the owner of Pates et Traditions, with a lovely backyard and cozy indoor seating. Fresh ingredients, live music, and great service! Great Williamsburg location.