Warsaw at the Polish National Home
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Time Out says
Wed May 5 2010
A long-running staple of the Brooklyn music scene, this faded ballroom with a capacity of 800 hosts relatively few events, and the sound can be indifferent. But the shows that turn up here are frequently well worth the trip, and it's the only venue in town where you can nosh on kielbasa, bigos and blintzes.
Warsaw at the Polish National Home 261 Driggs Ave
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