You may not have heard, but the building we now call home used to be a casket factory. Oh, you have heard? Well, you can read all about that and a whole bunch of other fun facts in the articles below.
December 20 2012
The Brooklyn Paper
...Many of the bar’s omnivorous patrons don’t realize that the bar is vegan, and come instead for the atmosphere, good beer, and karaoke and trivia nights — and, of course, the naked lady pictures in the bathrooms.
May 9 2011
Reviewer on VegGuide says we’re pretty cool
...I got the sense that a lot of the bar patrons weren’t aware that the bar was all-vegan, which I found to be surprisingly refreshing.
April 30 2011
New York Magazine is all like “totally”!
Another massive house of rock rises from Bushwick’s warehouse foundations…
March 4 2011
Vegan Victuals ain’t confused!
...The music is good, barkeeps are friendly and they take card, which is one of my requirements in bar.
December 29 2010
Broke-Ass Stuart likes our trivia!
...I just remind myself why I put up with blizzards to live in NYC. Reason #387: people build bars in old casket factories…
November 5 2010
Right off Morgantown lies the Pine Box Rock Shop, a former casket factory. The bartenders know what they’re doing…
November 4 2010
Greenpoint Gazette reviews Pine Box Rock Shop
With all the various Halloween festivities, themes and bar décor that occurred over the past week, it seemed appropriate to review East Williamsburg’s new watering hole, The Pine Box Rock Shop, that is in its fourth week and erected in a former casket factory…
October 15 2010
Gothamist: New Restaurant And Bar Radar
Someone on Yelp even wrote, “It’s like my cool cousin who knows all the best bands and the best beers opened a bar!”
October 15 2010
Pine Box Rock Shop opens in Bushwick
Long awaited by both patrons and owners Pine Box Rock Shop is open for business and off to a great start. From soft-core porn on the bathroom walls to Brooklyn-grown chilis in the cocktails and good beer on tap, their vibe and menus cater to the eclectic Bushwick crowd and make everyone feel welcome.
October 13 2010
Shecky’s: Pine Box Rock Shop
The Morgantown factory that once created the final resting places for the dead now creates cocktails strong enough to wake the dead—or the extremely hungover, at least.