The Nyack-to-NYC rock outfit shares their favorite spots in Brooklyn (and beyond)
Best of Brooklyn is our newest profile format, and we’re stoked to feature Impossible Colors, who recently(-ish) released a music video for their song “Different Frames.” We sent the prompts, and the band (through member Scott Greenberg) sent their (mostly) Brooklyn answers.
TELL US ABOUT YOUR FAVORITE…
if they have chicken cutlets, I’ll be there.
Chris says: Joe’s. On 14th st. The only slice that should ever exist. Scott says: Rocco Pizza in Bed Stuy, maybe not my favorite every but we used to practice down the block from there and it was the go-to spot
I can’t remember the last time I rode the subway. It’s been a weird 6 months.
Herbert Von King, cuz it’s a block away from my house and I’m there everyday. But prospect park is very special.
Tacos El Bronco in Sunset Park is the best.
Sal, Kris, and Charlie’s Deli in Astoria makes the greatest italian hero ever.
Not in Bk/NYC. But Kiam/Main Street Beat in Nyack is the best. They always have great stuff in stock, always playing great music in the shop, and the owners Jennifer and Amy are great people, who also make great music.
Sleep for 2 weeks straight.
Follow Impossible Colors at @impossiblecolorsmusic, grab their music at impossiblecolorsband.bandcamp.com, watch the music video for ‘”Different Frames” here and add the band to all of your Spotify playlists now!
Feature image provided by the band.