Located at 395 Wythe Ave on the corner of South 6th St. and Wythe Ave in the shadow of the Williamsburg Bridge, TBA is 2 blocks from the world famous Peter Luger's Steakhouse in the historic and red-hot Southside neighborhood of Williamsburg. Featuring a stunning 23 ft natural white oak handcrafted bar and matching 10 ft communal tables, TBA is a converted garage space with 20 foot ceilings and exposed brick and concrete. Sporting murals from internationally recognized street-artists on both facades, TBA features a top of the line Void Acoustics sound system, a custom designed lighting system and projection mapping, and has capacity for approximately 100 people. The venue is located within walking distance of both the J-M-Z and L subway stations and is a 5 minute taxi ride from lower Manhattan.

Founded by veterans of New York's bar, club and underground party scene, TBA features top-flight electronic music from the best local DJs and promoters with the occasional international artist, all in a relaxed and intimate atmosphere. TBA has 4 beers on tap and numerous craft beers by the bottle as well as custom cocktails and excellent small-batch spirits. TBA also serves empanadas from Empanada Mama. 

Our crowd is a true cross-section of NYC's nightlife culture where discerning and open minded professionals, artists, hipsters and foreign nationals enjoy a music and experience focused scene. 

TBA is "where the underground lives."


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TBA Brooklyn - named for the city’s underground electronica scene, where party locations are “TBA” till the day of—has audiophiles, artists, and foreign nationals flocking to a seven-week-old former auto shop in the shadow of the Williamsburg Bridge.

This intimate party space, helmed by scene stalwarts Mehmet “Memo” Erkaya and Gio Gulez, is dedicated to the underground end of the house and techno spectrum.
— Time Out, Mar 7 2013

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TBA BROOKLYN Brooklyn 395 Wythe Avenue (at South Sixth Street), Open Tuesday to Sunday, until 4 a.m. (midnight on Sunday). Admission, free to $30.