The 2011 Brooklyn Bar Awards 

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Best Games


Black Rabbit

91 Greenpoint Ave, Greenpoint
Next time you're feeling beat down by unrelenting snow or rain, take are storative trip back in time to this neighborhood pub and give your life some purpose by kicking ass at Connect Four, Battleship, or Bingo Sundays. The cozy fire, hot toddies, comfort food, and free peanuts are good for the soul, and dimly lit booths with saloon-style doors are private enough for post-victory gloating.

Union Hall, 702 Union St, Park Slope
Have you ever wondered what it feels like to be Colonel Mustard with the candlestick? If so, stop playing Clue, head to Union Hall with its faux library décor, and play a real game—bocce, ruled by an actual Bocce League Commissioner—on one of the two raucous courts.

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