There are still two more weeks left to catch a show at Brooklyn Bazaar (150 Greenpoint Ave.), which is closing for the second time in Greenpoint at the end of the month following “ridiculously unreasonable” negotiations with the building’s landlord.
The bazaar announced today that they are liquidating inventory at the Polonaise Terrace building which was listed in April for $11.75 million.
A final show will take place on Nov. 30th with Hank Wood and The Hammerheads before the venue says goodbye to Greenpoint Avenue.
Here’s the full message from Brooklyn Bazaar on their liquidation, and for those interested, how to claim memorabilia:
As you may know, Brooklyn Bazaar will be closing our doors at our 150 Greenpoint Ave location at the expiration of our current lease on Dec 1.
We have a pretty enormous inventory which we are liquidating and putting up for sale. Restaurant and venue furniture, banquets, tables, high tops, chairs, security camera system, kitchen equipment, bars, walk-ins, fridges, reach-ins, tap system, shelving, flat screens, speakers, multiple sets of sound systems and backlines, and tons more.
Check out the inventory links below and let us know if you want to pick a day and take a look at stuff. First dibs & deposit secures your purchase.
Inquire with us here: firstname.lastname@example.org
*Please note that we have a full schedule of events booked right up through our last day of operation, Nov 30 so all reserved items must be picked up Dec 1 – Dec 3 ONLY.
SOUND SYSTEMS/STAGING/BACKLINES/LIGHTING RIGS/ETC – http://bit.ly/2KdX8xx