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Brooklyn Brainery

Things to do, Cultural centers Prospect Heights
5 out of 5 stars
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Brooklyn Brainery
Brooklyn Brainery
Brooklyn Brainery
Brooklyn Brainery
Brooklyn Brainery

This self-described "book club on steroids" hosts classes and seminars on useful topics like how to buy your first house, fix your own bike and cook various ethnic cuisines. The Prospect Heights outpost, opened in January 2013, is the group's second location (the first is in Carroll Gardens). In addition to offering a full schedule of tutorials, the location functions as a weekday coworking space. Membership starts at $25 for one day per month (additional days are $20 apiece), and drop-ins are welcome ($25 per day). The spot accommodates about 20 people and is equipped with Wi-Fi, a printer, free coffee, a lounge area and a kitchen.


Venue name: Brooklyn Brainery
Address: 190 Underhill Ave
Cross street: between St Johns and Sterling Pls
Transport: Subway: 2, 3 to Grand Army Plaza; B, Q to Seventh Ave (Flatbush Ave)
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Really love the classroom space here. If you sign up for their newsletter, you get a bunch of different types of classes. Since it is a kitchen, they tend to have a lot of unique cooking classes that are a lot more affordable than the ones in Manhattan. If its a cultural type food, their hosts are usually people of that culture and can really give you a unique perspective on how to cook. I had a really good experience and hoping to looking into other classes here!