Nalani's Cafe & Lounge

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General Information: 565 Vanderbilt Ave
Brooklyn, NY 11238
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No Smoking
Hours: Noon-11 PM Sunday
6 PM-Midnight Monday
4 PM-1 AM Tuesday - Thursday
4 PM-2 AM Friday - Saturday
Price Range:
$2.00 - $10.00
Largest Group: Unknown
Take Out: Unknown
Reservations Offered: Unknown

Food: American

Music: Alternative, Easy Listening, Latin, Pop, R&B and Soul, Religious/Spiritual, Rock, Soft Rock, World

Interest Areas: Multicultural, Music / Singing

Brooklyn, NY, August 15, 2005  Sitting prominently on the corner of Pacific and Vanderbilt in downtown Brooklyn, is one of the newest Brooklyn hotspots that strive to feed the body and soul, Nalani Café and Lounge. 

Serving a variety of appetizers, specialty salads/sandwiches and vegetarian treats in addition to gourmet coffees and deserts by day, Nalani Café and Lounge caters to both native Brooklynites and the growing breed of young professionals and trendy hipsters residing in the Forte Greene, Clinton Hill and Prospect Heights neighborhoods.

By night Nalani turns into a vibrant hangout where you are entertained by great music, specialty cocktails and a diverse mixture of people from the surrounding neighborhoods.

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Last Modified: December 29, 2005 at 8:25 PM