Littlefield is located on 635 Sackett Street, between Third and Fourth Avenues, in Brooklyn’s Park Slope. It is the second location for the venue, which previously lay on the other side of the block on Degraw Street. It moved there on June 16th 2017 (after first opening on May 22nd, 2009).
The new Littlefield is fairly similar to the old one, but better set up. There is an outdoor space, but the indoor area has combined the front bar and back stage space. The bar is to the left of the entrance, with an area in front of it for merch and such, with gender-neutral bathrooms to the right. The stage area is immediately past that, with the stage itself facing towards the entrance.
While the overall set up of the new Littlefield didn’t changed with the move, the new space is better laid out. And while deep in Park Slope, it is still close on the subway. And the drinks manage to be both relatively classy (for a rock club) and relatively cheap (for New York). Unfortunately, like the old Littlefield, it doesn’t book that well, but is quite enjoyable if someone you like is playing there.
635 Sackett Street (between Third & Fourth Avenues)
N or R to Union Street – walk one block north, turn left on Sackett Street
B, D, Q, R, 2, 3, 4, or 5 to Atlantic Avenue/Barclays Center – walk nine blocks south on 5th Ave, turn right on near side of Sackett Street
F or G to Carroll Street – walk four blocks north on Smith Street, four-plus blocks east on north side of Sackett Street
-Electric Six, October 2nd, 2018 – photos