Brooklynites can breath a sigh of relief: The Brooklyn Inn has reopened after closing for repairs in mid-April, and the owners didn’t change the beautiful historic interior one bit. They temporarily removed part of the tin ceiling to make repairs to the sub-ceiling, the bartender told us. The interior includes wood floors and big mirrors above a 19th century wood bar. In fact, they’re even re-creating some of tin ceiling tiles to match the originals. A tipster writes in: “I was told by the bartender last night that an impression of the tile pattern has been taken so that additional matching tiles can be made.” There’s still some plywood up on the ceiling where the new tiles will go in. You can see a few more photos after the jump.
Brooklyn Inn Closed for Renovations [Brownstoner]