Sweat out that Sugar.

We are currently in a great mood. Almost as if we are on a sugar high thanks to the launch of a new project with our favorite Brooklyn soon-to-be-non-dive-bar, Sugarland.  It has been a longtime coming but there is nothing that we love more than reinvention. We worked closely with some of our favorite children of the night to launch SugarlandNightclub.com.

Lights and dancing a common theme at Sugarland (Photo by Katie Moss).

The website features everything you would want to know from weekly parties, upcoming special events and performers, instant twitter feed for live reviews and honest opinions, and finally a photo gallery run by the staff itself. You will literally be able to have access to whatever and whoever feels up to sharing their sweets and tweets. And trust us this is the place to be for everything from random free Peaches performances to celebrities letting loose.

Peaches Performing.

As for the bar itself there are some big changes and new lineups in the works, and we are very excited. New stages, better more efficient closets, and even a new terrace. What does that mean for you exactly? More breathing room and faster service when it comes to the nights when Sugarland is packed wall to wall. So keep a close eye out for new improvements and new performers. You finally have a place to unwind, meet up with friends, and forget what happened the night before all in one place. Brooklyn is definitely moving in the right direction and keeping nightlife interesting roping in hundreds of people from Manhattan and we at team K will keep you in the know.

Part of the Sugarland Family. (L to R Dan Paul, Jeff Moss, Mary Joe, Katie Moss)

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *