Bar & Restaurant
The former North Side Savings Bank has been through a lot since it was built in 1889. It’s seen Williamsburg, Brooklyn go from immigrant enclave, to thriving industrial center, to the hip and happening neighborhood it is today. Designed by Theobald Engelhardt, this Romanesque Revival two-story space is full of both history and modern conveniences. The basement level holds a prep/staging/ dressing room with comfy sofas and well-lit makeup stations. Upstairs, the space is versatile with plenty of natural light, lots of floor space and an outdoor area. Over the past ten years, the waterfront area of Williamsburg has become a popular destination for tourists and locals. Packed Bedford and Berry Streets spill over to this area that’s home to Smorgasburg and Williamsburg Music Hall. Getting here is easy with a 10-minute walk from the L train or a short stroll from the East River Ferry.