Bedford Avenue, Crown Heights – The Old Hall Daytime Space

Brooklyn, NY


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3,000 sqft


Bar & Restaurant


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A Little About This Space

Welcome to Crown Heights, a place where stoop life thrives and the community pride runs high for the neighboring home of Biggie Smalls. Recent years have seen an influx of local, millennial-driven boutiques and bars, and no street wears the blend better than Bedford Avenue: a stretch where mom-and-pop shops hold their own beside concept stores like Marché Rue Dix (cue the artisan teas and tote bags). The exposed brick, beams, and a wooden mezzanine in this event space will make for some instant street-cred (and nostalgia).


Mostly a for-locals-by-locals vibe. Families head to the nearby Brooklyn Children’s Museum, Public Library, and Zoo during the mid-morning and late-afternoon, while weekend tourists head to and from the Brooklyn Museum to soak-in “The Dinner Party” by Judy Chicago. By 5 o’clock, twentysomethings flock to the area’s many converted-industrial-space bars and restaurants. Neighborhood classics include cajun kitchen Catfish, Berg’n, and Chavela’s for some solid Mexican soul-food.


You’re across the street from New Life Tabernacle, and share the block with a few working offices and the highly talked about Café Rue Dix (not to be confused with its neighbor, Marché Rue Dix), a French-Senegalese restaurant that pays homage to the area’s cultural roots.


  • Toilets
  • Wheelchair accessible
  • Wifi

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Home Truths

Train service isn’t the best to the area, but you can get there by way of the Franklin Ave. or Park Place subway stop.

This space is only available until 7pm everyday.

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