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Pete’s Candy Store


Cater to your inner creative at Pete’s Candy Store. This sweets-shop-turned-nightspot features a rainbow of events from stand-up comedy to adult spelling bees and quiz-offs. But, Pete’s real treat is the carefully selected live music that entertains every night of the week. The club’s discerning taste is a source of pride, and it shows through the pretentious staff. Grammy winner Norah Jones and indie crooner Devendra Banhart graced this stage when they were still unknowns. “People come from all over NY to this tiny little place in the middle of nowhere,” says a manager. The trip to Candy Land may be out of the way, but it’s worth the trek.

709 Lorimer Street between Richardson and Frost Streets, Brooklyn


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