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Stain Bar - 4 Reviews - 766 Grand St, Brooklyn, NY - Sculptors Reviews - Phone (718) 387-7840

Stain Bar

766 Grand St
Brooklyn, NY 11211
(718) 387-7840
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love it!! great atmosphere, charming staff, funky/cozy decor, live music at your own risk but boy I heard a fantastic duo play there last night - two Texans on acoustic guitar na...


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Stain 5/19/2006

In creating Stain, Krista Madsen hoped to provide a home for locals to enjoy a glass of wine and soak in some culture. Madsen refurbished an empty space on Grand Street as a labor of love. She is a novelist and a big supporter of Brooklyn’s artistic community. Entertainment at Stain includes a rotating art gallery, acoustic music performances and live author readings. When she’s not writing, she’s researching wines for the exclusively New York-made wine list. Madsen is always on the hunt for an unusual addition to her line up. She favors either the NY Reisling ($7 a glass/ $22 for a bottle) from Treleaven, a delicate dry wine with a floral character, or the Gristina Cabernet Franc ($10/$30) that she describes as vibrant and bold with hints of black pepper. more

Everything you could want in a local watering hole 6/22/2005

Stain Bar serves coffee and sandwiches during the day, and beer and wine by night. The setup looks similar to Central Perk (Friends), and there's free wi-fi. It's open very early to very late, and the manager/former ad exec has great advertisements up all over the walls. more
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  • In Short
    Under the belief that New Yorkers are rather partial to their area, the owner created a local-friendly bar. Exposed brick, comfy couches and candle-lit tables set the mood. A large outdoor garden keeps the smokers happy, and board games cater to, well, the bored. The real local flavor comes into play with the wine and beer selections, all from New York. Among the offerings, Sugar Hill beer from Harlem and Gristina wine from Long Island.

  • 11/30/2006 Provided by Citysearch

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