Being located in Greenpoint, Brooklyn there is a lot to see and do nearby. If you're looking for a show, nice cup of coffee or late night slice of pizza all you have to do is step outside.
Just a 10-minute walk from The End is Saint Vitus Bar. This metal venue features live bands nearly every night. Saint Vitus Bar also has a full bar and snacks if that better suits your fancy.
Brooklyn Bowl is the perfect destination for a night out. Inside its doors you'll find a music venue, bowling alley, restaurant and bar. Housed in the old Hecla Iron Works Buillding, Brooklyn Bowl is the first LEED certified place of its kind.
Manhattan contains some of the world's greatest art museums, and the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) is one of them. "The most influential museum of modern art in the world" shows pieces by Monet, Picasso, Wyeth, Dali and many others. If you have an entire day to use this would be the place to do so.
Paulie Gee's is one of the top pizza places in the nation. Less than a five-minute walk from The End, a delicious slice is never far.
If you want to follow your slice with a dessert, stop by Ovenly on the way back to the studio. Ovenly has been voted one of the best bakeries in New York City by multiple sources. The bakery has many options for cookies, cakes, scones, and more with gluten-free and vegan options.
Brooklyn Label is the perfect place for a delicious meal or coffee. The atmosphere is that of a true Brooklyn coffee shop. A morning used here isn't wasted.
This donut shop made its claim to fame after Tina Fey stopped in during a shoot nearby. It has a classic atmosphere, and there are lots of different varieties to choose from.
Red Star Bar sports bar is one block away from The End. Here you can relax after a long day with a couple beers, catch a game or have a juicy burger.