Brooklyn >Jackie's 5th Ammendment
“Jukebox has a nice variety and bathrooms are in decent shape.”
Not as bad as the reviews would indicate. Came here on a Saturday Night with my girlfriend anticipating the worst, based on the reviews, a bunch of old losers with no personal hygiene. The place was far from that. Seemed like any other bar that attracts a blue collar crowd. Of course, there were some weirdos and some soprano wannabes, but there are strange people at every bar and it is Brooklyn after all. The bar only serves Coors Light in 7 oz bottles, which is strange, but you can get a bucket of 8 of those for $9. Jukebox has a nice variety and bathrooms are in decent shape.
You'd swear you were in the scummiest neighborhood near the nastiest bus station in the least reputable of towns..
How many winos does it take to line up at a bar's door at 7am? It depends: How many stools are inside? The stakes at the ongoing penny-a-point poker game in the back couldn't be smaller financially, grander spiritually or further removed from fair play.
Jackie feeds strays of all species, but doesn't share anything more about herself, figuring--correctly--that actions speak louder than words. Neophytes will wonder if their wallets and whatnot are safe. Not to worry: Jackie presides over justice in the darkness. No one's vitals are lifted unless they deserve it.
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