Citysearch Editorial Review.
This cavernous club with cheap booze and a packed dance floor has a secret weapon: a backyard taco truck. Exposed ceiling beams and bricks, not taxidermied critters, serve as the design motif at the warehouse-huge saloon, which is planted on a quiet south Williamsburg block. At the lengthy wooden bar, jeans-clad Brooklynites slurp $3 “working man’s cans” (Schlitz, Colt 45, Carling Black Label) and inexpensive pints of Miller Lite, acquiring the liquid courage to bop to the DJ-spun rock tunes. Come weekends, the dance floor grows sweaty and crowded, with the spacious backyard serving as the perfect refuge to cool down or cadge a smoke.