Jay-Z brings ‘Club 40/40 ‘ to Brooklyn’s Barclays Center

Jay-Z to open ’40/40 Club’ at Barclays Center in Brooklyn

JAY-Z’s The 40/40 Club will open its new location in Brooklyn’s Barclays Center, the new sports and entertainment venue and home to the Brooklyn Nets. The $1 billion arena will house the 9,000 square-foot restaurant slated to debut on the arena’s opening night when JAY-Z performs in concert on Sept. 28, 2012.

“There is no better home for another 40/40 Club location than the new Barclays Center in Brooklyn,” stated JAY-Z. “The 40/40 Club has revolutionized restaurants in a way I anticipate Barclays Center to transform the arena watching experience.”

Located on the Barclays Brownstone Suite Level, The 40/40 Club will feature key materials and design concepts from its newly renovated New York City flagship location, including the custom illuminated amber resin bar top. The design for the space is by SHoP Architects with consultation from designer Jeffrey Beers to ensure a consistent look and feel with the flagship venue. The new location in Barclays Center will feature 36 TVs, including eight 80’’ TVs on the outside of the bar soffit, and will also offer great views of the basketball court.

“The 40/40 Club at Barclays Center will provide a dynamic environment to complement the experience of attending Brooklyn Nets games and other select events,” said Barclays Center and Brooklyn Nets CEO Brett Yormark. “The 40/40 Club will deliver the best in service and cuisine, while creating a vibe fitting for such a spectacularly designed venue.”

Brooklyn Nets All Access season ticket holders will be offered first access to reservations.

The GoodFellaz.Inc

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