Brooklyn >Branded Saloon
Branded ROCKS!. This place is awesome! Great space, good food and rockin' tunes! Did I mention that there's a gameroom downstairs!! Very cool place with very nice people. I love coming here!!!
Good food, beer, moonshine and music!.
Great place to check out music, play a game of pool or just have a beer and food with friends... Nice roomy booths, 3 separate rooms for lots of entertainment. Back room has a projector with movies or Football, basketball or soccer games... At night the stage (with player piano) turn into a performance area with great music acts.. nice warm atmosphere.. Saw Radio Jarocho play there once.. Great sound!
Bar is comfy and filled with your choice of draft beer, whiskey, moonshine and other special liquors.. Downstairs has a pool table with two flat screen tv''s and a juke box.. feels like my old neighbors parent's basement!
The Saloon is always a reliable rockin' hot spot. The kitchen stays open until 3AM every night, serving up a variety of scrumptious bar snacks like slow smoked apple cider ribs with house BBQ sauce & blackened catfish sliders. The bar boasts 12 local draft beers, and a wide selection of bottled beers, bourbons, scotches, and unusual spirits- I recommend Willy Nelson's Old Whiskey River Bourbon with a killer house made Pickle back! A rotating cocktail menu currently features hot beverages such as a Brooklyn apple spiked cider & mulled wine. The backroom at Branded, with it's player piano, stage, and projection screen, is home to acts like Smokin' Billy Slaters Boogie Woogie Piano on Thursday nights, blue-grass bands like The Broken Arrowz, and DJ'd parties. Head downstairs to the game room, loaded with it's own juke box, pool table, Ms. PacMan, and two flatscreens. It's like having a private party in your friends basement while their parents are out of town!
Citysearch Editorial Review. Cowboy culture rides into brownstone Brooklyn at this honky-tonk bar, where cow skulls, swinging doors and a player piano set the rootin-tootin’ scene. Don’t expect grizzled cowpokes: The crowd is a mellow mix of neighborhood folks sucking back Texas-appropriate longnecks of Lone Star, as well as American craft beers such as Dogfish Head dispensed in frosty pint glasses. Seasonal cocktails, such as a strawberry margarita, break the Old West mold. However, there are plenty of brown spirits to blunt the pain.