Stylish Industrial Tasting Room
This event space / bar offers a unique and stylish Industrial charm fit for many types of events.
- Receptions & Engagements
- Corporate Events, Training & Workshops,
- Brunches - Film & Photo Shoots
- Retirement parties - Special Dinners
- Live performances - Product Launch Parties
- Charity Events
The space is located in Industry City and is home to artisans, distillers and is close to all essential grocery and retailers needed for just about every type of event.
Fully equipped kitchen is available for catering preparation.
1200 sq ft Event Space
450 sq Ft Kitchen Studio
Speakers connect with wifi IPad/Phone
*Catering services available
*Party rentals available (Photo Booth, Black jack tables)
20 mins from NYC
1 Block from, D,N,R trains
Ample street parking in the evenings
75 guests max | 1st floor | 1600 sq. feet | Event Space | 2 Rooms | 3 Bathrooms
Versatile Rooftop & Deck
The expansive rooftop serves as a perfect playground for outdoor shoots while the diverse neighborhood makes the studio an ideal hub for location shoots. Roof is easily accessible directly from the studio allowing effortless transition from indoor to open air. Explore your artistic vision while shooting against an NYC backdrop.
Studio is located in Brooklyn’s evolving East Williamsburg neighborhood and walking distance from Cooper Park and McGolrick Park. Williamsburg has long been an industrial neighborhood, due to its varied architecture the neighborhood offers a great stage for location shoots.
Cozy Backyard Setting Framed with Brick and Ivy in Brooklyn
Tumble toward the water on Greenpoint Avenue, and on the last block before Transmitter Park things get quieter and darker. It’s on this western edge you’ll notice a lure of blue-and-green globe string lights, trailing into a long swoop of reclaimed wood, and a bar backlit in gold. This is Grand Republic Cocktail Club. To be certain, this is a nautical bar, with details tastefully reinforced by low beams coiled in rope, compass clocks, prints and engravings of ships, sharks and octopi. But it’s no put-on or theme — GRCC is bartender Johnny Swet’s brainchild and baby, a loving manifestation of his years in the Navy, his affection for uncomplicated dive bars, and his appetite for skilled cocktails. Swet, also responsible for the cocktail programs at the Oscar Wilde Bar and Jimmy, brings a tide of tuned-up classics and innovations to please native tipplers — although avoid the truffle martini at all costs. For fresh-and-fruity-but-wintery, try the Bondsman, a brandy-and-cider concoction speared in cinnamon. For sunnier dreams, go for the dark, sweet Chicha Morada with tequila and fruity punch. For sunny days, there’s an ample backyard framed in brick and ivy.