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Loki Lounge

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304 5th Ave
Brooklyn, NY 11215
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(718) 965-9600
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Best

i brought a date there and we has a wonderful time without spending alot of cash. the service was nice & the batenders made us feel welcome. Pros: baseball fans Cons: i sa...

Worst

Loki, what can I say? Great owners! Beautiful Bar! Great space! Regulars are great but the guests suck! Too much attitude! Neighbors who like the peace(no loud music)! A bit...

great date spot 3/14/2009

i brought a date there and we has a wonderful time without spending alot of cash. the service was nice & the batenders made us feel welcome. Pros: baseball fans Cons: i saw a yankee fan:( more

close to home 3/14/2009

i just moved to park slope in January, and having scouted the bars in the neighborhood, I have found Loki to fit my tastes the best. I'm in my 30s and appreciate a bar where I can relate to the bartender and listen to good music. keep it coming. Pros: bartenders love music Cons: no specials at night more

Good tunes 3/14/2009

Cool spot with DJ's that actually play records mostly old soul and funk. Old school Brooklyn bartenders that know how to pour a Guinness and mix a real drink. Not a hipster bar. Pros: Real DJ's Cons: What are the drawbacks? more

My favorite bar. 3/14/2009

Great drinks from the best bartenders in Brooklyn. Loki Lounge in Park Slope has it all. A nice atmosphere with good music and a friendly crowd. Pros: Example: best croissants in town Cons: What are the drawbacks? more

Neighborhood staple 3/12/2009

Not sure what these other reviewers are talking about. I usually dont write these things but I wanted to chime in. I moved to park slope 8 years ago and this was one of the first places i checked out. The bartenders really made me feel welcome like I had a new home. A lot of those bartenders are still there. Prices here are lower then most 5th ave bars, the drinks are better and the music is always great. Real brooklyn people in a cool neighborhood place. Perfect spot for a few after work drinks or to take a date and lounge in the back on a couch. Pros: Awesome bartenders, good prices. Cons: none really more

Not very good 9/30/2008

Don't like the atmosphere and service is not very good. didn't like the bartender at the time although i haven't been there in a while so not sure if he's still there. could be a good place if service was better. Pros: nice place Cons: poor service more

DOn't waste your time 4/5/2008

Slanted pool table, lots of cokeheads ruin a really nice LOOKING bar. The occasional brawl breaks out as well. Not for the normal drinker. Pros: Nice couches Cons: The people sitting in them more

Great pool table, if you're drunk. 2/10/2008

I like this place on the week days, because you can just chill. The drinks are reasonably priced, there's a dart board and a pool table, and a lounge area to just sit and talk. I mostly go for the bar sports, which can be pretty disappointing, unless you're hammered... because the pool table is slanted -- great for when you are as well, and the darts don't really stay together. But it can be fun, sort of. I wouldn't go out of my way to go here, though. The women's room is probably my favorite part, which sounds really weird, but it always smells good. Definitely a rarity in bar bathrooms. Pros: clean bathroom =) Cons: leaning pool table more

Best bar in Park Slope 1/19/2008

Weekday happy hours from 3 to 7 pm means $3 draft pints with 12 to choose from and $2 bud or miller bottles. Civilized customers, dimly lighted bar for intimate conversations, comfortable couches in the back, pool table, TVs for sports-something for everyone, Mike the bartender is friendly and expert in getting you what you want. Great neighborhood bar. Not recommended for wild and crazy drinkers. Pros: Ambience, beer prices at happy hours Cons: No food but who cares, you can bring your own more

Bartending leaves alot to be desired 12/30/2007

First of all, my friends and I went here to try and save some money this new years eve ,and we have been here before. However; the bartender needs to learn how to communicate with patrons. This guy told me I could not have a plastic cup of tap water unless I ordered a drink from the bar. I have never encountered this before and was completely shocked to here it. So I questioned him and he replied by yelling profanities at me. So hence why I am writing this message to all of you, please do not waste a dollar or your time on these types of people they ruin what Brooklyn is and what it stands for , so dont ever support this bar, the owners obviously dont know Brooklyn, so save your money for much better bars on 5th ave. in park slope. f*** the bartender and f*** this bar Pros: warm place in the winter Cons: service, everything else more

Good Dive 9/20/2007

Cheap beer ($3 for Coors Light Draft). Mood was a little dark but they had tv's with the sports packages and a pool table. Good place to go to in order to waste away a few hours. more

Unbelievably slow on Saturday nights 9/19/2006

It was a total yawn fest. I don't think it can be described as anything more than a glorified living room with a bar in the front and a jukebox. At the same time, it didn't even do relaxed all that well, either. VERY below average. Pros: close to my place Cons: dull people, dead on Saturday more

relaxed in every way 9/6/2006

easy to slip into...easy to start a conversation. A local place i hope sticks around. Darts, pool, and couches for embarrassing yourself in the back. I've done it and returned!! more

Great Place 3/3/2004

You walk in and it's like a regular bar. BUT KEEP WALKING. The back is set up like a Victorian palor and there's a fireplace. Great service and drinks. The atmosphere is very comfortable and casual. Could be intimate, could be for a large social setting. Recommended as a first date spot. more

Best bar in the Slope 10/23/2002

Loki has the coolest bartenders, the best pool table, a well-maintained dart board, and comfy couches for the slothful. The jukebox could use a face-lift, but if you like classic rock and jazz, you'd probably disagree. Overall, Loki is the best bar in Park Slope, no contest. Pros: The regulars, The bartenders, Pool Table Cons: The wanna-be regulars, No Magic Hat more

Best bar I dread to drink in... 10/22/2002

Loki, what can I say? Great owners! Beautiful Bar! Great space! Regulars are great but the guests suck! Too much attitude! Neighbors who like the peace(no loud music)! A bit pricey($5 drafts in Brooklyn)! Sometimes $4 drinks, sometimes... Pros: Beautiful Space Cons: Crowded, attitude, pricey more

Too much of a scene 8/14/2002

When I go drinking in Park Slope, I'm drinking in Park Slope because I want an easy simple night out with my friends. If I get there early enough, I can usually snag a couch big enough for my friends - but if you get there later - forget it! It gets so packed they have to cover the pool table to make room for more people to stand around. The other annoying element about it is that it's filled with people in button down shirts. Blech - who wants to wear work clothes on the weekend? Pros: Cheap Cons: Yuppie more
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Editorial

  • The Scene
    Pronounced "low key," this large, high-ceilinged bar is actually anything but. Neatly dressed, well-mannered 20- and 30-somethings dive for their cell phones at the first electronic chirp, giving the distinct impression that they're working on better plans for the very near future.

    The Draw
    But there's no real reason to move on, particularly since the Loki offers several discrete bar moods: The front section has a casual cafe feel, but the imposing wood-and-mirror bar you come to next leaves no uncertainty that you're in a drinking establishment. Stop here for a nice selection of draft beer, stiff cocktails and a touch of bartender attitude. Just past the bar, the room widens to the lounge's rec-room zone, with a jukebox, pool table and darts. Through tied-back, red-velvet curtains, a cavernous den of couch-and-coffee-table groupings provides ample space to get drunk and dish.

  • 8/13/2003 Provided by Citysearch

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  • Neighborhoods:

    Park Slope

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