Bar & Restaurant
During World War II, the Brooklyn Navy Yard was nicknamed the “Can-do Shipyard” thanks to its prodigious production. Today business is still booming with over 200 companies including Mast Brothers Chocolate, Gilt Groupe, and the Brooklyn Brewery who have set up shop here. Inside of an all-brick, hangar-style warehouse is a space that is as cool as it is massive. Exposed steel beams, concrete floors, and super high ceilings are a reminder of the building’s industrial past. Windows allow lots of natural light during the day. The mezzanine level spans the entire area of the building, and there’s a large catwalk space above. The mix of commerce and history have turned the Navy Yard into a Brooklyn hotspot for tourists and locals. Even some U.S. presidential candidates held rallies here. The Navy Yard has quickly become a well-known Brooklyn destination. Located between the Williamsburg and Manhattan Bridges, it’s easy to get to via car. And a subway stop is a twenty-minute walk away.