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Brooklyn Night Bazaar’s new location will have a restaurant and karaoke

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Jennifer Picht

Get psyched, night owls! Flea goers, music fiends and foodies will be happy to know that Brooklyn Night Bazaar has secured an even cooler home on Greenpoint Avenue inside a three-floor, maze-like banquet hall! (We hear the 1970’s-esque, Art Deco space has heaps of potential for entertainment opportunities, too.)

Co-founders Belvy Klein and Aaron Broudo are currently in the process of pimping out the new venue—Polonaise Terrace—and predict that the late-night playhouse will re-open sometime in August.

The indoor bonanza will be similar to what Klein and Broudo have always done: The market is free and open-to-the-public on Fridays and Saturdays from 7pm to 2am, with numerous sellers hawking vintage wares, assorted goods and food. As usual, there will be an all-star lineup of music performances from local, touring and international artists on the third floor, while the main concourse houses all the vendors and several bars, so you can get your drink on.

The basement—a.k.a “the funzone”—will have an indoor mini-golf course, ping-pong and Arcade games, but we’re most excited for what the fellas plan to do with the venue’s former bridal suites. (They’re turning them into karaoke rooms!!)

But that’s not all—Brooklyn Night Bazaar is opening a full-blown restaurant (Klein confirms that the food partner is someone “very well-regarded in the foodie world”), which will serve dinner Monday through Thursday as well as brunch on Saturday and Sunday. Yeah, we’re pretty stoked. Make sure to check Klein's and Broudo's Riis Park Beach Bazaar events, which kick off next month. 

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