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Union Hall

Map & Directions 702 Union St.
Brooklyn, NY 11215
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718-638-4400
  • Fireplace, Patio/Sidewalk Dining, Private Party, Takeout

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Village Voice's Description

Park Slope packs a lot into one small, book-lined space: bocce ball, the best up-and-coming indie acts, and Tearing the Veil of Maya, a weekly comedy show with Eugene Mirman and Michael Showalter. Also: beer.

 
Member Reviews

  • spuppo wrote a review for Union Hall
    on 09/08/10
    4

    Great Karoke, beer, women, and bachi!!!

  • fstabile wrote a review for Union Hall
    on 07/02/10
    4

    the little brother to bell house! come for fun shows!

  • cpettit wrote a review for Union Hall
    on 05/05/09
    4

    union hall in park slope looks like part den/part bar. they have rows of bookcases, fancy furniture, and then...a boccie court along with live music downstairs. they also have an awesome outdoor patio.

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  • Concert Ticket Agency on 09/26/12

    beer, bocce ball, and bands. what more could you ask for?

  • VH1 on 07/21/10

    If you happen to love bocce ball and live music, you’re in luck. Roll a game up top and head downstairs afterwards for a live set from a sure-to-be-cool band. - Jim Shearer, Top 20 Countdown

  • Time Out New York on 09/13/10

    Sit upstairs where the walls are covered with leather-bound books and a fire roars in front of comfy couches. It’s sort of like the library-meets-bar you wish you had when you went to college.

  • Time Out New York on 02/01/12

    Browse the vintage tomes that line this bar's walls with a bookish date, or head downstairs for one of the venue’s music or comedy shows, such as Eugene Mirman’s weekly Pretty Good Friends.

  • The Corcoran Group on 11/18/10

    Grab a comfy chair by the fire and have a pint and an order of sliders. Or enjoy a game of bocce. Or venture downstairs for a live show or a spelling bee.

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