The 10 Best Brooklyn Dive Bars That Aren’t Open Anymore

09/25/2013 10:51 AM |

9. The Wrong Number
Speaking of that show, this Avenue T cocktail lounge, decked out in 70s decor, was the diviest bar in Gravesend until it closed, the sort of place at least one Gothamist commenter thought you might have met the cast of Brooklyn 11223. It depends where they lived. This rough place, our Gravesend friends tell us, was patronized primarily by the people from avenues T and U.

2 Comment

  • Thanks to real estate developers, greedy landlords, Bloomberg, and the hipster gentrification.

  • I can’t believe The Gallery on McDonald avenue that used to be around since the late 30’s or early 40’s didn’t make the cut! Great dive bar, great bar period! Gone over a year now. And yes dive bars are a thing of the past thanks to hipsters and yuppies! Blahhhhh! Very sad whats happening to Brooklyn.