There are only 17 places in Brooklyn where you can legally dance
When Friday arrives, there’s only one thing on everyone’s mind: the weekend.
Like many people worldwide, Brooklynites choose to celebrate their two-day vacation at their favorite watering hole with a cool beverage in hand, moving and grooving to a thumping bassline.
Dancing, after all, is an expression; it’s a way to bring people together and a reminder of the power that music has to unite in the wake of chaos.
On sweaty dancefloors across the borough, people dance to forget, dance to celebrate and dance to remind themselves of what is important in life.