Jimmy’s No. 43

A lot of places have opened up in New York over the past couple of years claiming to be gastropubs, but perhaps no establishment is more worthy of the inherently cool title as Jimmy’s No. 43, a basement bar that used to be a Polish social club. A destination for anyone at all interested in the New York craft beer community, whether you’re attending a tasting led by an expert or grabbing drinks with a friend. Definitely plan to order some food — the kitchen serves a changing menu of elevated pub grub, like pork belly tacos and adobe wings.

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