Performing Arts Venue
29 locals recommend · Estimated price 2 out of 4 ·
Why locals recommend it
Go to this Brooklyn rock bar for Night Train, a weekly comedy show hosted by Wyatt Cenac that manages to never run out of fresh, funny talent. Well worth the $5, it always has a diverse lineup. And you’ll never know what big-time comic will drop in for a set—past drop ins include Chris Rock and Mike Birbiglia. Many NYC comedy shows have a two-drink minimum, but Littlefield doesn’t, so use that money on the fun night ahead!
Tips from locals
Performance and art venue - nightly live music, comedy, art, dance, variety, and private parties.
Art and music venue in Gowanus, just next to Park Slope. Excellent rotating live music and comedy shows with a great cocktail menu. Tell 'em I sent ya!
Great venue for music, comedy, various. Check they’re schedule. Always something going on.
Great and affordable venue for interesting comedy shows and occasionally live music.
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