You just had the most incredible time at your wedding and you are not ready for the good times to end. We made a list of local after party spots you should check out when you head out of your wedding at Deity Events.
After parties can be a great way to pack in a full day especially if you chose to have an afternoon Wedding at Deity Events. Get a more affordable rate by opting for a Saturday brunch time wedding or by having your wedding Sunday in the early evening. In both cases your wedding will end a little earlier than a Saturday evening weddings that typically wrap up around 12:30PM. Here are a few spots to either quiet things down and close out the night or keep the party vibes alive! All suggestions are within a few minute walk from Deity Events and our recommended hotels.
81 Hoyt St, Brooklyn, NY 11211
Bijan’s is normally pretty chilled late night so it’s a good come down after a dance party at Deity Events. Henry is the weekend bar tender, say hi for us! Plenty of comfortable seating there and it never gets too packed and has creative bar bites. It’s also close to some of the hotels that we recommend like the NU Hotel.
494 Atlantic Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11217
Hollow Nickel is a casual option for a smaller group. Staff is very friendly and helpful. There is always a diverse crowd and a good mix of music. You can’t beat their late night comfort food like guacamole and salsa with chips or their perfect chicken strips.
42 Hoyt St, Brooklyn, NY 11201
This is a little more upscale. “A Catskills-inspired bar located at Hoyt and Livingston in the heart of downtown Brooklyn, we are named after a quiet little trout-fishing town upstate where one of the owners spent many a happy childhood summer. We pride ourselves on upholding the spirit of that small town ethos in our bar. With our unique spirits collection, beautiful cocktails, local beers on draft, and good vibes, we are sure you will feel the personal touch in everything we do. From our kitchen, we offer an array of creative charcuterie, sandwiches & farmer’s market picklings.”
104 Bond St, Brooklyn, NY 11217
The Robert is a swanky Brooklyn hideaway. “The Space aims to convey a great atmosphere with a simple recipe: vintage vibe and excellent cocktails.” The photos really speak for itself.
If you are looking for a venue close to all these awesome bars and restaurants check out Deity Events on Atlantic and Hoyt!