1) Avant Gardner
If Coachella Were A Venue
Brooklyn Mirage is an outdoor spectacle in the Avant Gardner complex that one must see and experience from themselves. The venue is located in the heart of East Williamsburg. Avant Gardner is open during the summer season each year, and decked out with thousands of plants, palm trees, and boasting a KV2 Audio system, it’s designed to be a sensory experience for both the ears and eyes. The gorgeous venue cannot be understated, this is one the top venues on the East Coast.
An Underground Club Like No Other
Quantum is keeping the underground alive and paying homage to ALL DJs from all over the world. The Brooklyn club which was formerly known as Analog is now known as Quantum. The renovated venue’s sleek and stylish design has long been renowned for its unique after-hours atmosphere in the Gowanus area of Brooklyn, as well as specialist drinks. Experienced club-goers have a special kind of love for Quantum, as underground DJs and super fun crowds collide to get a truly authentic underground clubbing experience, one that’s well worth the cost of getting in.
The Place to Party
When upon entering Schimanski, it becomes immediately clear that you’re going to have a spectacular night. The venue is open, with a huge dance floor that’s always packed with those looking to party. A real plus about Schimanski is that the club really is huge and open. There’s nothing worse than constantly bumping shoulders with everyone. At Schimanski, that doesn’t seem to happen as the open space provides plenty of room for everyone to move and dance comfortably. On their most packed nights, being in Schimanski feels as if you’re at a festival. This is an epic place to party, if you can get in.
4) House of Yes
If Cirque Du Soleil was a Club
House of Yes is known by those who’ve been as the wildest nightclub in Brooklyn. Why? Well for starters, the venue is a creative collective and nightlife performance space that fuses dance culture, theatre, music, food, technology and community. In actuality, lights, performers, and music come together creating an unforgettable environment. It almost feels like partying in a high end luxury circus. The wild experience is hard to forget.
5) Good Room
A Fantastic Club Built Like A Euro EDM Club
Good Room was built by music lovers for music lovers. Good Room was launched in 2014 by renowned nightclub veterans. The club feels like a top European nightclub, as flashing lights illuminate very little in the dark venue. The atmosphere is perfectly curated for dancing and raving. Think top nightclub meets underground rave. The venue is an exceptionally good time.
The House Party Club
Elsewhere is a somewhat different nightclub then the earlier clubs. Although following along with big crowds, top EDM music, and the constant flow of drinks, Elsewhere feels more like a house party than a club. Welcoming to all walks of life and hosting some of the most eccentric DJs, Elsewhere is a club built for our niche music lovers that continue to inspire the music world by supporting artists who take that extra risk when producing new music. Elsewhere is the venue bringing musicians to fans.
A Garage Space Turned Club
TBA, for those who don’t know, is a converted garage space with 20 foot ceilings and exposed brick and concrete. With a capacity for approximately 100 people, the small, intimate club lets patrons get closer to their favorite DJ as well as those dancing the night away. TBA is a great place to unwind and hear some of the EDM up-and-coming songs ready to shake things up.
A Great Place to Catch Some Drinks With Friends
Freehold is a giant, hangar-like space that includes several big rooms and a big outdoor area that serves as a bar and lounge. Coffee, cocktails & American gastropub fare served in a hip cafe & bar with a grassy outdoor space.
9) Rose Gold
You might not suspect that at the very end of the warehouse-lined triangle of streets off Flushing Avenue is Rose Gold, a new underground cocktail lounge. Their custom drinks list provides twists on classics such as a smooth and heavy La Fluer Old Fashioned, a lovingly-crafted Rosemary Rickey tasting like a breezy Brooklyn summer day, and a candy-like Navy Strength. Thoughtfully designed black-and-white stripes, dynamic flashes of neon and other striking visuals help turn DJ sets at this basement dance club into a party like no other.
10) Public Records
A Small, but Perfect Place to See Your Favorite DJ Up Close
Public Records is a music and social space built within a historic building on the Gowanus Canal featuring 3 rooms. There’s a hi-fi record bar, an intimate performance space featuring live acts and DJs, and an all day vegan cafe and magazine shop. Public Records is the perfect place to rub elbows with underground music lovers alike. The place is super fun, as the crowds desire for an intimate with great music means the dance floor is always going off!
Brooklyn Nightclubs FAQ
What time do Brooklyn Nightclubs typically open?
The nightclubs open around 9:00-10 PM.
What time do Brooklyn Nightclubs typically close?
Most close at 4:00-5:00 AM. However, some clubs in Brooklyn don’t close till 6:00 AM.
What is the dress code like at Brooklyn Nightclubs?
Guys can wear nice dark, jeans, and a good fitting plain t-shirt or a nice button-down shirt. Girls can wear dark jeans or a stylish dress if they prefer to. Of course, guys and girls can never go wrong with dressing up even more – there is no such thing as overdressing when it comes to nightclubs.
How can I book bottle service for Brooklyn Nightclubs?
How much is bottle service at Brooklyn Nightclubs?
Table minimums can get pretty expensive, but every venue is different. The best way to find out is to use our app.