“World’s greatest beer bar” standing by to slake your "tørst." Avant-garde trio of chef, brewer, and importer join forces in Greenpoint. Bespoke brews by luminaries like Je... read more
Kind of like a living room on an epic scale. Couches and communal tables fill brick-walled Hudson Hotel lobby that was once Hudson Hall. Beer garden gets elevated, with stylish exposed bulbs overhe... read more
Ode to local beers in the Arthur Avenue Retail Market. Cordoned-off biergarten for shoppers on break and lingering hops heads alike. Taps feature Jonas Bronck's Beer Co. Woodlawn Weiss and Pelham B... read more
Beer hall as epic as the Village gets. Spawn of Heartland Brewery, but converted garage is more interesting than that. Blown-out ceiling runs up to heavy timber, with distressed surfaces all the wa... read more
Southern BBQ and beer pong in the northern borough’s first beer hall. Spacious, American Legion-esque dining room will shuffle tables to make room for a stage and live music. Outside, picnic ... read more
The Wick’s sib, cribbing name from open-air drug market once occupying this slice o' Bushwick. Danbro Studios location offers space by the shit-ton. Former Hittleman brewery loaded with vinta... read more
Indoor beer garden big enough to pass for a lumber warehouse (which was what filled the space before). Also big enough to lubricate a couple hundred Net fans within easy stumble of Barclays. Row af... read more
Your run-of-the-mill Brooklyn beer bar brought to you by 4th Avenue Pub and Washington Commons peeps—so you know it's done right. The formula? Sixteen rotating suds on tap, twenty bar stools,... read more
Random location near Green-Wood Cemetery and a Donut Connection means plenty of space to go around. Long terrace roomy enough to dock a cruise ship. Front bar shows Dekalb Market they’re not ... read more
Speakeasy trend reaches pizzerias. Secret beer garden attached to Pizza Roma operates as reservation-only yard. Has its own door on Cornelia, along with a tiny sign. Intimate, candlelit, rustic sce... read more
At last, a place you can wear your lederhosen on Wall Street. The Andaz opens its courtyard for laid-back beer garden action. Bavaria in the house with Franziskaner and Spaten Lager, New York repre... read more
For the grain freaks, two doors down from Alphabet City Wine Co. Coffee shop feel with leather seats, chandelier from the Puck Building, huge raw-wood communal table. Huge does not even begin to de... read more
The minds behind Stone Street Tavern drop ambitious three-floor project on NoMad. Converted brownstone with chandeliers, dark oak and brass, private booths on the first two floors. Indoor menu... read more
One-upping the Astoria beer-garden competition with creative menu. Gourmet (jalapeño, beer and cheese) and exotic wursts (rabbit, alligator, rattlesnake) are the stars of the show. Also soup... read more
Rattle N Hum owner Joe Donagher opens three story “beer terminal” across the street from Port Authority. Small downstairs bar features growler station, larger upstairs room has enough s... read more
Hop obsessives open a beer mission on the LES. Stocks 700 varieties, all of it cold. DIY sixers for better sampling, growlers for when you’re ready to commit. Takeout supplemented by tasting ... read more
Slightly hidden down a side street near the East River, this seemingly cozy sidewalk cafe turns into a late night bar hotspot. As if the place were carved out of a giant tree, everything on the ins... read more
Midtown sports bar Tonic opens a beer garden on a prime stretch of Frederick Douglass. (Not total carpetbaggery, the owners actually live in Harlem.) Former auto shop lot now graced with seating by... read more
Eately turns its focus to drinkery with rooftop beer garden. Brew couldn’t be much fresher, as evidenced by barrels behind the bar. Dream team of brewers, including Dogfish Head and Birra Bal... read more
Beer garden of Eden for South Street Seaport. Just above Pier 17, huge sandy spread rocking killer Brooklyn Bridge views. Chill out in chaise or hammock, or stay active with games of foos and p... read more
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