There's something poetic about opening a roadhouse-style bar in Park Slope, as if it's a statement against the neighborhood's sometimes overwhelming perfectness. But John Bush, David Massoni, and D... read more
Brickyard Gastropub team opens up across from Williamsburg Park, puts emphasis on craft beers. Pre-Prohibition mahogany bar from previous owners is still here, joined by requisite chalkboard, subwa... read more
Couple from Liverpool open neighborhood bar named for the pub where they met. Dimly lit space kitted out with old maps, deer heads, overall nautical theme. Bona fide Brit bar snacks include pies fr... read more
Spotted Pig alum Nate Smith’s new spot reimagines the English gastropub as a farm-fresh American tavern. Tudor-style wood beams set a rustic scene, with the changing seasonal menu writ larg... read more
Back to the bāśiks. Graham Avenue spot ratchets down the pretense, embraces old-school notion of a public house. Neighborhood welcomed in with folding windows along the sidewalk. Rustic-industrial ... read more
Low-pretense neighborhood spot nods to fading Billyburg blue collar cred. Industrial elements in the design, with long bar made of Pennsylvania barn wood, front doors reclaimed from a Jersey artill... read more
Tavern on Dean regulars reassemble to greet new regime. Low-key décor preserves previous incarnation’s neighborly vibe, although white tablecloths have been ditched for wood-topped tab... read more
You know all those scruffy 20 and 30 something cats playing soccer in Prospect Park? Well, they need a drink. Soccer, footie, futbol themed bar ideal for quaffing Guinness while catching Arsenal v ... read more
Brooklyn Inn vet applies old-school lessons to Atlantic Avenue newcomer. Similar name signals similar feel: simple, classic, vintage. Brooklyn Bridge pics reference eponymous engineer John A. Roebl... read more
Despite the sign up front, no longer carries coats, suits, or dresses. Instead retails frothy pints and full English breakfasts. Sundays come with traditional roasts and a day full of football (but... read more
Classic pub on the south side will have you exclaiming "Gordon Bennett!" Dim lights, dark bar, tin ceilings. Big space affords plenty of elbow room. Excellent selection of draughts at gentle prices... read more
This friendly neighborhood bar is great for groups looking to chill with beers in hand. The wood burning stove may bring you back in time, but their beer selection is as modern as it gets. Converse... read more
Evolution of the nabe reaches the sports bar stage. Guy's guy spot plenty comfortable, with long mahogany bar, high-def plasma TVs, and cozy fireplace. Brothers Mulholland know the way their client... read more
Teen-street crowd pleaser succeeds with modern/classic atmosphere. Plywood sconces splash recessed light on ancient exposed bricks. Dual bars, kitchen and booze, in succession. Crimson tin ceiling ... read more
Kind of a Greenpoint answer to Shoolbred's, complete with working fireplace. Seriously old-school build-out puts ancient wood beneath your feet, warm red ceiling overhead. Saloon effects right down... read more
First gastropub in the Slope makes for comfy neighborhood addition. Exposed brick, filament bulbs keep things warm, laidback staff keeps it chill. Rembrandt reproduction up front for a little old-w... read more
Leafy Brooklyn Heights corner feels like Cape Cod. Quaint tavern could pass for a neighborhood spot in a far more low-key town. Kitchen aspires to gastropub levels, serves up solid burgers, steaks,... read more
No Chevys at this Levee. Former coke bar turned old-fashioned, southern saloon brings in Billyburg locals. Instead of pocket mirrors, microbrews (35 bottles, six on tap), grilled cheese, and chili... read more
Pretty pub infiltrates the Burg's main artery. Chipped black interior as comfortable as a worn pair of Chucks. Exquisite neoclassical bar dispenses top single malts. Talisker, Cragganmore, Oban, Bo... read more
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