Year opened: 2013
Baby’s All Right was constructed in 2013 in an old 5,000 square foot hot-dog manufacturing building. It’s an incredibly intimate space to see a concert and has hosted many iconic artists early on in their careers, such as SZA, Hot Chip, Jack White, Billie Eilish, David Byrne, Charli XCX, and more.
Bia– Just blocks away from Baby’s, Bia is the perfect start–Grab some delicious Vietnamese food and stellar cocktails before a show or hang on rooftop picnic tables surrounded by plants and string lights under the Williamsburg bridge. The bar is open till late, so it’s a great spot to keep the night going after an early Baby’s show. Open: Daily 12pm-4am. 67 S 6th St, Brooklyn, NY 11211. 3 min walk to Baby’s.
Wei’s – A favorite of many in the music scene and our go-to post-show haunt, this vibey, late night refuge serves up incredible Shanghainese and American-Chinese food into the night (kitchen closes at 2). Often DJs spin at the bar, but regardless, every time you come here, you’ll experience great food and music, cool peeps, and impeccable vibes. Plus, Black Flamingo is right across the street if you decide you need to dance off the soup dumplings after. Open: Tues-Sun 5pm-2am. 145 Borinquen Pl, Brooklyn, NY 11211. 12 min walk from Baby’s.
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