Drink At A Beautiful Art-Deco Themed Saloon Before Seeing A Cheap Movie
The choice is yours: Part I can be drinks at Elsa, the beautiful art-deco themed saloon with a giant sewing machine sitting on its bar, Part II being a film at Cobble Hills Cinema. Or do it the other way around. Week nights are for pretty bars and movies, though, either way.
Over twenty signature cocktails organized by liquor await you at this upscale Cobble Hills bar and lounge. We recommend the Golden Fang if you like Mezcal, and The Handsome Grandson if you’re more of a gin gal/fella. Note, they don’t take reservations—but two bar seats on a weeknight shouldn’t be too tough to commandeer.
Then, head to Cobble Hill Cinema. We dig this old-time theater because it plays a mix of first run, foreign and independent fare. Click here to see what’s playing tonight. Best part is, tickets are only $9 for adults.
136 Atlantic Avenue, Brooklyn
Cobble Hills Cinema
265 Court Street, Brooklyn