Nightlife

4th & Swift

Located in the Southern Dairies' former engine room, 4th & Swift epitomizes industrial elegance. The Swift in the name refers to chef J

Condesa Coffee

Condesa Coffee features Counter Culture coffee, hot tea, and a menu of light bites including bagels, quiche, lunchtime sandwiches, and

Edgewood Corner Tavern

No. 3 in the series of laid-back poolroom bars with decent pub food.

Edgewood Speakeasy at Pizzeria Vesuvius

Hidden behind a secret bookshelf door inside Pizzeria Vesuvius, Edgewood Speakeasy is a secret den of drinks and is one of Old Fourth W

Erosol

Edgewood Avenue's new home to electro, Afro-Cuban, jazz, and hip-hop dance parties. Downstairs, regular DJs such as Tabone, Presto, Cri

Joystick Gamebar

An arcade for grown-ups, Joystick Gamebar features lively bar bites, creative cocktails, and a collection of vintage games in Old Fourt

The Masquerade

This former excelsior mill hosts a variety of dark, kitschy events, from heavy-metal concerts to goth and retro nights.

Miso Izakaya

The menu of small plates at this Japanese pub, almost all $5-$10, begs exploration and encourages sharing among friends. Miso's menu sp

MOTHER

Beep Beep Gallery's Mark Basehore and James McConnell joined forces with two Brooklynites to open this gastropub. The back patio is an

Noni's Bar and Deli

Though Noni's is a decent place for Italian food during the week, it transforms into Edgewood Avenue's de facto dance party on the week

Sister Louisa's Church of the Living Room and Ping

Owner Grant Henry, aka Sister Louisa, has built a national reputation for his pub's kooky religious knickknacks, late-night ping-pong t

The Sound Table

The Sound Table is as much a dance club as it is a restaurant. It's a showplace for some of the best DJs around, both in the downstairs

The Music Room

Cave-like underground bar and live music venue below Pizzeria Vesuvius.