Sad News: t.b.d. Bar is Closing this Sunday! (3/4)

TBD Brooklyn's "Greetings From Greenpoint" mural, by Vincent Sacco and Aubrey Roemer
t.b.d. Brooklyn’s iconic “Greetings From Greenpoint” mural and frequent wedding photo backdrop, by artists Vincent Sacco and Aubrey Roemer. Photo via Vincent Sacco

Cue the sad trombone music. Beloved Franklin Street watering hole, t.b.d. (224 Franklin Street) will shutter its doors this Sunday, March 4th. Pour one out for the bar, and of course their epic backyard featuring Greenpoint’s most Instagrammable wall, that—because Greenpointers are trend setters—was painted well before the dawn of Instagram. The bar will have discounted drink prices on wine, beer, and liquor. We’ll see you there for a fond farewell. Doors open at 4 pm.

t.b.d.'s insanely huge beer garden. We hope another bar takes over this incredible space. Photo via t.b.d.
t.b.d.’s insanely huge beer garden. We hope something cool takes over this incredible space. Photo via t.b.d.
Way back in 2010, when t.b.d. used to allow dogs in the backyard! Those were the days. Photo: Megan Penmann
Way back in 2010, when t.b.d. used to allow dogs in the backyard! Those were the days. Photo: Megan Penmann
The front of t.b.d., photo via t.b.d.
The front of t.b.d., photo via t.b.d.

t.b.d. | 224 Franklin Street
Final Day: Sunday, March 4th 2018, doors open at 4pm

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Stephanie is a poet & pathological daydreamer. Her books Hotel Ghost and Waiting For the End of the World are available from Bottlecap Press.

1 Comment

  1. mp says:

    Good. There are too many bars as it is.

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