Choga, at 145 Bleecker St., is shutting down on Feb. 28.
The music and art space has been open since 2006 and will host its last show on New Year's Eve.
The South Williamsburg venue's last day will be November 22.
Amancay's Diner will serve "Bushwick-ified" diner classics, its owner said.
Texas-themed Rodeo Bar and Grill, which had live music, is shutting down, the owner said.
The creators of Global Square want artists and neighbors to see what will be a theater, gallery and bar.
The venue, which participates in the Van Duzer Days music festival, launched a campaign to stay open.
The applicant, Brooklyn Classic, filed to get a liquor license for 319 Frost St.
Rough Trade is upgrading its soundproofing just a week-and-a-half after it opened.
One block off the Jefferson L train station is transforming to a center for film shoots and nightlife.
Classon Avenue's newest bar and music venue hopes to leverage crowds from the Brooklyn Flea offshoot.
The 6,875-square-foot warehouse will include a bar, roof deck and rehearsal spaces on Morgan Avenue.
The building owners of Paper Box and Shea Stadium smoke hookah and enjoy music nightly from their shop.
SubCulture hosts soulful, genre-defying musicians, the owners told DNAinfo New York.
Franklin Avenue's ever-eclectic LaunchPad pushes locals to out-nerd each other at its unique events
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