May 24th, 2013

work by artist Tom Seltzer
Dizzys, 230 5th Avenue, Brooklyn
May 5 – November 3, 2013
Jazz performance, May 30 @ 7pm, Dizzys @ 5th

Artist Statement- The prints in this collection are the result of my lifetime love, and complete inability to play, jazz. Last year, in a moment of the inevitable frustration that comes with being an illustrator and graphic designer, I cast around to find a subject I could dig into that felt truly personal. . More…

City Stomp @ Dizzys on 5th

January 11th, 2013

City Stomp @ Dizzys on 5th
Come Join Us at Dizzys on 5th to See City Stomp Perform- Voted one of the top ten Best things for Families to do in NYC- Have the kids get their groove on and dance and move to the wonderful sounds of CityStomp while having some famous Dizzy Mac-n- Cheese.  Dont worry moms and Dads we have a FULL BAR and a great menu for you.  Enjoy a Martini, Cold Beer or Cosmopolitan with some delicious comfort food offerings- southern fried chicken or steak frites!

Dates: January 23rd, February 6th, February 20th, March 6th, March 20th, April 10th, April 24th

Times: 5:45pm and 6:45pm.   The show is free with dinner.  Reservations are required.  The first reservation seating is for promptly at 5pm and this seating ends at 6:20pm.  The second reservation seating is for 6:30pm.

Reservations are required. Call Dizzys on 5th 718-230-5551 a day or two before the Wednesday of the event.

Rochelle Redfield Art

December 31st, 2012

Come on over to Dizzy’s on 5th and see Rochelle’s latest works.

Rochelle  just so happens to be the artist who created the portraits of Dizzy the pig for both locations and of course is a dear and close friend of Dizzy’s

She will custom design portraits also.



November 7th, 2012

work by artist Heather Kelly
Dizzys, 230 5th Avenue, Brooklyn
November 3, 2012 – May 5, 2013

Composed predominantly of portraits, my work shows individuals in various states of emotional exposure. At times benign and at others aggressive, these moments provide a glimpse into some small facet of the depicted figure’s internal workings. More…


September 17th, 2012

work by artist Marc Goldberg
Dizzys, 511 9th Street, Brooklyn
September 16 – December 9, 2012

Marc Goldberg is a photographer based in Brooklyn. His unique ability to connect with people fuels his vision and artistic output in the portraiture he creates for his clients. Of equal interest is his love of the humanity found in inanimate objects; in the faces of objects once loved, now staring at the precipice of an uncertain future. More…


August 7th, 2012

work by artist Paul Catalanotto
Dizzys, 230 5th Avenue, Brooklyn
July 28 – November 3, 2012
Meet the Artist Thursday, August 9, 7:00pm

Artist Paul Catalanotto has reinvented the ancient art of frescoes to create bold, evocative abstracts that look textured and three dimensional, but are flat, polished and smooth to the touch. More…


May 15th, 2012

work by artist Mari Renwick
May 6 – September 9, 2012

The waxy embrace of the subjects in Mari Renwick’s art inspires the viewer to want the same embrace, the same unconditional love that the subjects of her paintings were fortunate enough to find. This is what shines through in the show “Flock”, Ms. Renwick’s series of Encaustic paintings. More…

Dog Versus Hat

May 4th, 2012

Dog Versus Hat
work by artist John Tebeau
April 13- July 29

John Tebeau’s artwork time travels back to a TV fueled childhood preoccupied with the icons of his youth. All the heroes, both super and not, in John Tebeau’s work possess humanized powers such as logic and swiftness. They are beer, coffee and soda drinking regular joes who fight the good versus evil fight and always win… More…

Dizzys on 5th

April 10th, 2012

230 5th Ave
Dizzys on 5th opening on Monday April 16th

Come join us at our new location on the corner of President and 5th Avenue in Park Slope Brooklyn.

Rubber or Real

February 4th, 2012

Rubber or Real
work by artist Marcy Wasserman
February 5 – May 6, 2012

In the show “Rubber or Real” the artist Marcy Wasserman applies a satisfyingly rich use of color to canvas to create a vibrant group paintings. Wasserman’s choice of the chicken as her subject gives us all access to her sense of humor, a head on exploration in personality studies and her obvious joy in the art making process. More…