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New Bar from Mission Dolores and Bar Great Harry Owners Opens in Bed-Stuy

 The owners of three South Brooklyn bars have opened their first location north of Atlantic Avenue.
Glorietta Baldy
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BEDFORD-STUYVESANT — A craft beer and pinball bar from the owners of three South Brooklyn bars is finally open for business in Bed-Stuy.

Brothers Seth, Ben and Mike Wiley — who own Carroll GardensBar Great Harry and Park Slope bars Mission Dolores and The Owl Farm — opened the doors to Glorietta Baldy at 502 Franklin Ave. on Monday, their first bar north of Atlantic Avenue.

The space, named after a New Mexico hiking trail, features an expansive and rotating craft beer list, alongside two heavey-metal themed pinball games — though the games will be rotating as well, the owners said.

The brothers are working to bring small dishes to the space — Monday's grand opening featured food from Brklyn Burro — and will eventually host pinball tournaments, much like their previous bars, as DNAinfo New York originally reported.

The bar is open From 4 p.m. until 4 a.m. on weekdays, and from noon to 4 a.m. on weekends.