Someday if you want to go to New York in Spring, there is a list to answer to the simple question: “Where should we go for a drink?”. All the Bar selects have a particularity that they make your Spring Nights fantastic and unforgettable by their design or the variety of drink offered.
Located in the Bushwick Ave, in Brooklyn, and with three hundred types of beer, and a good selection of whisky, the place will probably attract you with the many concerts organized in the place. The man with the plan is Joshua Richholt, former manager of the Knitting Factory and also future owner of music venue the Wick, which will also be housed here.
Die Koelner Bierhalle
Die Koelner Bierhalle‘s hangarlike space avoids boutique sensibilities in favor of a more traditional style like Bavaria’s famous beer houses. The extensive beer list of more than 30 European drafts is written in blackletter font, and diligent readers are rewarded with liters of hefeweizen, Kölsch, lager, pilsner, and ale. Drinkers share long wooden tables, each lit by overhead fixtures, as they lean forward for conversation or back to place orders with any of the attentive servers keeping the spacious room sated.
With its 13,000 square feet of indoor and outdoor space and 24 cold ones on tap, this mechanic shop turned beer garden is a New York revelation: Bigger really is better. Though not as sprawling as Queens’ Bohemian Hall or Studio Square, it’s spacious by South Slope standards; you’ll rarely have a hard time finding seats by the fireplace or outdoor heat lamps.
The Hudson Hotel lobby is home to a new restaurant, which opens this year, and both the food and the leather-cushioned décor are classier than most burger-and-beer joints. The menu’s divided into two sections: “Common” and “Uncommon” — which, thankfully, doesn’t refer to social strata. But even the Common Burger & Fries combo is a fancier version of a classic; Master Purveyors created the custom-beef blend, and the fries are hand-cut and cooked in duck fat. The “Uncommon” dishes include Peanut Butter BBQ Ribs, French Toast Grilled Cheese, and Bloody Mary Bacon Duck Fat Fries. You can wash all that glorious starch down with one of sixteen beers on tap, or an “adult soda fountain cocktail” like the rum-enhanced root beer float.
Address and Contacts:
272 Meserole St., Brooklyn, NY 11206
Die Koelner Bierhalle
84 St Marks Pl Brooklyn, NY 11217
555 7th Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11215
356 W 58th St, New York, NY 10019
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