The Sultan Room is soon to be Brooklyn's latest hot spot

The Sultan Room is opening next week in the already buzzing nightlife area around the Jefferson L train stop in Bushwick, Brooklyn. The kitschy venue is tucked behind the new Turk’s Inn restaurant, which is based on the decor and theme of a Wisconsin supper club of the same name.

The space in its entirety will feature a mid-sized, two-level space with a rooftop patio that will also serve late-night doner kebab out of a window on the street side.

Music programmer Bruce Easley describes the place as “mature playground” with over-the-top decor immersive decor that will give club-goers a feeling of “time warp”.

The Sultan Room will be opening just a few blocks from hot dance spots like House Of Yes, Lot45 and Jupiter Disco.

The music lineup boasts live music and DJ sets from the likes of Vin Sol, Tim Sweeney, Relaxer, Rich Medina, Jubilee and many others.

View upcoming events at the Sultan Room here.

Elsa is an Editorial Intern at Mixmag. Follow her on Twitter.

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