Posts Tagged ‘bar’

IN THE HOOD: THE FOUR HORSEMEN

Photographs courtesy of Ole Sondresen and The Four Hoursemen Whether you prefer whites or reds, roses or oranges, The Four Horsemen – opened recently in Williamsburg by James Murphy – has an extensive wine list […]

IN THE HOOD: BLACK FLAMINGO

  By Conor Riley   A street-level lounge/bar meets basement dance party? Count us in. The recently opened Black Flamingo in Williamsburg is the best of both worlds when it comes to nightlife. What’s more […]

IN THE HOOD: FREEHOLD IN SOUTH WILLIAMSBURG

  By Conor Riley   Freehold, designed to give off the vibe of a hotel lobby without the hotel (see their #NoRooms tag on Instagram), is the newly opened bar/coffee-shop/freelancer paradise on South 3rd and […]

IN THE HOOD: SMOG CUTTER IN EAST HOLLYWOOD

Divey and divisive (just look at their Yelp reviews), Smog Cutter in East Hollywood is our kind of place. Every night is karaoke, featuring a songbook of both currents and classics, there’s a pool table […]

IN THE HOOD: TUTU’S

Photographs by Luke Macmillan Just a short walk from Morgan L stop is Tutu’s, a local neighborhood restaurant and bar with French and American influences. Known for its brunch and late night specials, Tutu’s menu […]

OAK CREW IN PARIS

The OAK Crew headed over to Paris for our Men’s Fashion Week event and have been tearing it up; between working the OAK Paris store, drinks at local bar Le Duplex, discovering our favorite lunch […]

IN THE HOOD: CANDELARIA BAR + TAQUERIA

As the OAK Brooklyn crew arrives in Paris, we hit up Candelaria to grab some drinks with some long time friends. Walking through the taqueria, you arrive in the bar and are welcome with a speakeasy […]

IN THE HOOD – SOUTH WILLIAMSBURG: BIA 67

For some reason it’s pretty difficult to find good pho in the right ambiance in Brooklyn. Luckily, we stumbled across Bia 67 on South 6th Street (right under the Williamsburg Bridge). What: Bia 67. Good […]

IN THE HOOD – LOWER EAST SIDE: SEL RROSE

Last night we stopped into the recently opened Sel Rrose at 1 Delancey street (Delancey and Bowery) in Manhattan’s Lower East Side. Named after the female alter ego of artist Marcel Duchamp and with decaying […]