107 North 6th Street
(between Berry St and Wythe Ave)
Brooklyn, NY 11211
Rating: ★ ★ ★ ★ Great
Cards: Cash Only
Hours: Mon–Fri 6pm–4am; Sat–Sun 2pm–4am
Subway: L to Bedford Ave.
Food/Menu: No food available
Booze: Full bar
Happy Hour: Daily, 2pm-8pm; $3 well drinks, $2 PBRs, $3 Bud and Bud Light drafts
Time Out says:
Scenesters blithely bypass this scuffed-wood-floor clubhouse, leaving the slatted benches and stained-brown tables (beneath which pooches parade) to no-pretense—and no–trust-fund—twentysomethings. Shoot the breeze or a game of pool, and leave your bulging billfold at home; Pabst is perpetually two bucks, and 20-ounce Yuenglings are $2 until 8pm.
NY Mag says:
During happy hour at Zablozki’s, it’s not uncommon to spot underage drinkers–namely the sort who drink out of sippy cups. Their parents appreciate the inclusive hominess of this neighborhood spot, as do the other fashionably mussed locals who fill the warmly-lit, wood-paneled space from late afternoon until long after the kids have been put to bed. Zablozki’s has a near-ideal layout, with a long bar stretching back towards the wallpapered pool nook, and a main floor with lots of space for tables, comfortable chairs, and cozy leather banquettes. Unfortunately, the main-drag location means the space is no secret and weekends can get uncomfortably packed. When the crowds are sparser, you’ll have room to appreciate Zablozski’s attention to detail: little bowls of snack mix, cool half-lamp shaped wall sconces, and perfectly-chilled pints of good beer.