Tune In Tuesdays
last updated: Sep 08, 2015

81 South 6th Street
Brooklyn, NY 11211

Weekly - Tuesdays


10pm - 4am



Dj Gringo & Dj Fyahrama and Bembe create an oasis under the bridge every Tuesday night spinning nothing but Lovers Rock, Conscious Dance Hall, and Roots like no one else! Experience real Reggae every Tuesday night!

Free till 4:00am


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16 reviews for Tune In Tuesdays

Average Rating: (3 out of 5 stars) based on 16 reviews

I went last night it is no longer a reggae night. Ive been going for years. Very upsetting. VERY
o singh
Queens NYC
08-03-17 at 11:42 AM

it was a 5 until the $25 cover charge kicked in (
yer one
05-08-17 at 1:54 PM

it was a 5 until the $25 cover charge kicked in (
yer one
05-08-17 at 1:54 PM

Flyer says it's free which makes sense being that it's on a Tuesday. Imagine my surprise when the bouncers tried to charge my friend and I $25 each to get in along with some bs about not having women with us. Skipped it and had fun someplace else. Stick to Reggae Retro where you know the cost up front and it's well worth it.
02-10-17 at 3:38 PM

Only reason i give it 4 stars is for the size, it's tiny and HOT and it gets PACKED...OH and the $20 robbery...uhhh...cover...Music, plenty of women, and drinks...what more can a guy ask for?
05-08-16 at 5:07 PM

One of the most original, best reggae parties left in NYC; Dj Gringo at his best- the place gets packed at 10:30, so get there by 10!!! Big up Junior Keys on the early vibes!! Always IRIE, and original!
01-04-15 at 12:07 PM

I am not paying $20 to go drink and listen to music in a steam room. Is a robbery!
Louis Cadet
08-19-14 at 6:21 PM

This is one of my favorite reggae spots in NYC, great music, friendly people, when in NYC it is a must go to spot.
Edmonton, Alberta, Canada
08-23-13 at 10:59 AM

first spot I went to by myself while in NY. Thought i could get lost and just watch people dance but this place is nicely small and intimate. good vibes and positive people with amazing music. No hip hop sets that I'm used to but the reggae was so on point it didn't need to be switched up. REALLY cheap drinks, great staff, and it eventually gets super packed after 12 Probably the most memorable night I had. will be back when i return
01-18-13 at 10:24 AM

Music there was commond I thought I was listing to Internet radio. to much hype about the Dj.. Place small as hell.. Not a good place to dance at all. Will not go back and I bet i will not miss anything..
09-07-12 at 9:32 AM

Let me start of by saying I just LOVE this spot. I was disappointed a few weeks ago when my brother was visiting from Atlanta so my husband and I decided to take him to Bembe which by the way i am a frequent goer ( 3 times a month. I know for a fact there is no cover charge, why all of a sudden there is a $10 entry fee for single guys when the web site clearly states it is free entry, that is VERY misleading on BEMBE'S part. Is it that you guys are getting greedy because of the size of the crowd, not nice. We still ended up paying the entry fee but come on now, just change the posting on the web site
08-05-12 at 2:44 PM

Love my Bembe Tuesdays especially when Gringo plays. He provides a great mix of culture, reggea, dancehall and soca when he's feelin' naughty! The female dj is whack, she plays all the songs that came out from that one riddim consecutively...how boring! Drinks are inexpensive. My fav is the rum punch ($7). It gets crowded at about midnight. A good place to go out dancing with your mate or just to hang with the gals. The spot is small and intimate and the crowd is mixed. My fav Tuesday spot; I will always go back!
05-16-12 at 7:24 AM

DJ Gringo need to go shopping playing all that old music and not even retro. Also, when did you become a Soca man? I remember the wicked culture sessions Gringo was known for. I guess nothing stays the same. Step your game up Gringo.
04-20-11 at 10:48 AM

This is one of the coolest venue's in Brooklyn. It has an ecclectic museum feel, interesting and cool. Words aren't sufficient to illustrate the mastery of Dj Gringo. She killed it. Love her style and the way she spins a perfect web of reggae flow. The crowd is a nice balance of different types of fun loving kook kat like people. I have a great time everytime at Bembe. Its one of my favorites on this website. Guaranteed positive vibes at Bembe.
11-12-10 at 11:26 AM

They never open the downstairs to Bembe. i didn't like the reggae, was looking for more dancehall. It was wack 2 me...
that girl
09-10-10 at 7:21 PM

The atmosphere at Bembe is so warm and cozy mixed with Dj Gringo's vibe and positive, conscious dance hall, and lovers rock makes me want dance and smile all night long every time!
Ricardo Gomez
01-29-10 at 12:59 AM