POST-JUNO AND OPEN AND SERVING UP
#BLIZZARDBRUNCH Breakfast Burrito + Oatmeal Stout + Coffee $12
TODAY ONLY TUESDAY, JAN 24TH!
NYC BEER WEEK Comes around once a year… and this year The West will be a part of the fun!
February 20th through March 1st. We’ll keep you posted!
— NYC Beer Week (@nycbeerweek) January 27, 2015
Gabriela Salazar has been collecting coffee grounds from The West for some time now. Her work can be seen at Nutureart Gallery at 56 Bogart. The opening reception is on Friday, January 9th, 7-9pm. Congratulations Gabriela!
Opening this Friday – Gabriela Salazar: My Lands are Islands
One of the newest micro-roasters in New York, Lofted Coffee roasts from the heart of Bushwick. We are excited to feature their distinct, artisanal coffees in French press, alongside our usual Brooklyn Roasting Company drip/espresso offerings.
Colombian-Pedregal French Press
French Press for one $5
French Press to share $8
We are 4 years strong, thanks to YOU!
Come celebrate with COMPLIMENTARY COCKTAILS, BEER and food. We will have our annual Mae West Trivia contest with amazing prizes from Brooklyn Roasting Company and local Brooklyn shops.
DJ on deck!
We appreciate your patronage of our small LOCAL business. Dance, drink and be merry..at THE WEST.
SATURDAY SEPT. 27 8pm till 2am!!!
XO from everyone at THE WEST
Thanks for your patience as we updated the website. Hope you like the new look!
Order any one of our amazingly delicious crafted cocktails all day on Saturday and Sunday! In addition to our specialty cocktails (served every night beginning at 5pm), we also selected a few favorite recipes for BRUNCH TIME COCKTAILS!
“This has to be a community decision,” Bell said. “Do we want to keep raising rents and just have a Disneyland of corporate entities?”
Adweek was out and about in the neighborhood interviewing us locals. Several different perspectives come into play. They were definitely going for the anti-Starbucks voice, and they got it. Very calm and logically explained, its the comment trolls that just assign anyone around here with the Hipster label… making it a bad word, commenting irately. Fine then, we will just assume that all of the haters live in apartment/condo/duplex complexes parked behind some strip mall plaza in the middle of nowhere.
Quick history: for many years Williamsburg was devoid of corporate branding. It felt independently strong, with all of the old time businesses and newer businesses operating side-by-side. This is of course after all of the criminal of the bike gangs got squashed, and the drug dealers, and no good thugs got pushed out… when 80 something year old Marie (who was born on Marcy Ave.) could finally breathe a sigh of relief. Who remembers walking home from their restaurant job in the city, with wine key in hand?