The Best Way We've Ever Watched A Movie Was With Little Cinema at House of Yes
Trust us when we say you need to buy tickets immediately for absolutely anything produced by Little Cinema and House of Yes. Their "shows" are once-in-a-lifetime experiences where “nothing will make sense” as you travel through the show watching mind-altering aerial performances, dance, video art and live music. There’s even a clawfoot bathtub ticket for $150/person. “Watch the show from a warm, sudsy, lavender-scented bath. The tub fits two. Drinks are on the house for the duration of the show brought to you by your very own butler. Clothing and modesty optional.”
Before or after the show, stop in to Union Pizza Works. With a wood fired oven and ample outdoor seating for warmer days, the converted garage space offers up rustic, flavorful Neapolitan pizzas made with fresh, simple ingredients. We like the Salame Piccante with spicy chorizo and highly recommend finishing your meal with the tiramisu. Cash only; don’t sweat it if you forget though, as they have an ATM on the premises.
Union Pizza Works
423 Troutman Street, Brooklyn
House of Yes
2 Wyckoff Avenue, Brooklyn