Brooklyn >Laila Lounge
“don't like chic places, and I don't need any Kubrich decor to have a good time with my buddies.”
“They have drink specials and I also met a really cool dude there whome I like.”
“The crowd was very friendly & of the "bohemian" variation.”
Great bar in the `Burg.
Just made it to williamsburg a month ago, i already checked most of the scene, fell in love with Laila.
Tuesday nights live blue grass, some amazing local talent must see.
P.S they do accept credit cards
$1 PBR can`t go wrong
User review by robinplat.
cool place , great vibe, great people
We found out about Laila few months ago and made it our regular.
Check out late night Fridays
Lounge, music club and just-plain-bar rolled into one..
The various elements of this Williamsburg bar don't quite come together in a polished way--overstuffed burgundy and gold couches furnish the front area, while the concrete floor and brown walls hint at the space's former life as a garage. On the upside, groups of neighborhood friends have ample room to get together, play pool in back and converse at a comfortable volume on the weekends.
The main room also functions as a gallery, displaying photography and other work by local artists. Downstairs, a small performance space hosts singers, poets and jazz combos, and the back patio provides a welcome refuge for smokers and summertime drinkers. Drinks are hit or miss: The margarita is prepared with an unappetizing rim of granulated salt, rather than rock salt.
The friday shows are lots of fun. You can chill out with some good drinks, people and music.
This Friday 10/17, Johnny Fingers and Aaron shum will be gracing the wheelz of steel with some great house music and special surprises.
Wednesday Night Fever. On wednesday nights singer an songwriter can play their songs "on stage" if they enter their names in a list. It is pretty cool to discover that so many talents are just around the corner. It's worth visiting!
Great DJ in a chill place. Went to Laila ona Sat. night with my husband and a bunch of friends and all of us really enjoyed the place. Walked in around 11:30 and it was already pretty happening, but not so packed that can't even get to the bar. DJ Treb (very cute) was spining a nice blend of delish dance/house with some 80's remixes thown in. Drinks were on a weak side, but the music & the vibe kind of made up for it. The crowd was very friendly & of the "bohemian" variation. The management could work a bit more on that great space though.
Chill out at Night.
I don't like chic places, and I don't need any Kubrich decor to have a good time with my buddies. Locals and visitors alike are welcomed at Laila and the crowd meshes well. We stopped in for several hours and enjoyed the DJ and the company. It's an honest business with a heart.
There's lots of space in the loft like indoors, a garden outside and local artists are welcome to display their stuff. They have drink specials and I also met a really cool dude there whome I like.
On quieter N7th, it's really convenient, but not right in the middle of the Billyburg scene on N6th. You can get away from the crowd and still have a chill place to have a drink. Open 'till 4!
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