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Beer Available At Birreria Eataly New York (arranged by most recent)
Baladin Birra Lurisia NormAle 28, Baladin Birra Lurisia Sei (6) 49, Birreria Gina 90, Birreria Larunda , Birreria Urma , Dogfish Head Sixty-One 73, Dogfish Head 75 Minute IPA (Cask/Bottle) 99, Dogfish Head Namaste 93, Dogfish Head Festina Peche 65, Birreria Wanda 77, Maine Beer MO 99, Dogfish Head World Wide Wood Stout (Maple Cask) , Bronx Black Pale Ale 91, Smuttynose Big A IPA 99, Dogfish Head 90 Minute Imperial IPA 100, Birreria Ruby , Maine Beer Weez 99, Montegioco La Mummia 89
t0rin0 (1345) Do Not Resuscitate, California | August 13, 2013| Updated August 20, 2013
66 AMBIANCE 4/5 SERVICE 7/10 SELECTION 6/15 FOOD 8/10 VALUE 3/10 OVERALL 16/20
Visited May, 2012.
So I heard about a brewery that had opened in New York that was a collaboration of three big name breweries. I had to check it out. The restaurant and brewery are on the roof top which is pretty cool. The roof is mostly enclosed with glass that can be opened but still allows you to look out over the city if itís raining (like it was while I was there). The food was good albeit extremely expensive. A taster (large taster) of each of the three house beers plus some various cheeses and meats was well over $50. The beer was all as Iíve come to expect from Italian beer, namely weird and not really to any one particular style. These beers all had strange ingredients in them like various nuts and spices. Unfortunately the IPA was out at the time. If you have the money to spend this place can be fun but youíre going for the atmosphere and experience and not for the beer. Also, it takes about an hour to get a table and you cant go up the elevator until they call you. That said, there is a deli/grocery store downstairs and several places to have a glass of wine downstairs. If youíre into the wine and cheese thing killing time downstairs may be just as much fun as upstairs.
theisti (523) Leawood, Kansas | August 23, 2011| Updated September 8, 2014
76 AMBIANCE 4/5 SERVICE 7/10 SELECTION 11/15 FOOD N/A VALUE N/A OVERALL 16/20
Located on the 14th floor (rooftop) of Mario Bataliís Eataly NYC. I visited after hours, and had to enter through the Eataly exit on the South side of the building. The layout of the restaurant is bar down the entire right side, tables fill out the rest of the space. I visited on an evening that looked like it may rain, so the entire rooftop was closed up tight. I have no idea if they open the views up on a nicer day/night, but when I visited it hardly seemed like a rooftop. They had 3 of their own beers on cask, along with maybe 10 guest taps. The bartender was attentive, though was primarily trying to look cool for the young and pretty crowd that was jammed into the place on a Thursday. I did not have any, or see any food. As mentioned, pints of their own beers are $10, though for NYC I didnít find that too far out of order.
76 = ★★★ (Worth the visit, must for locals, and visitors with time)
I only use the total score, not the component parts.
JoeMcPhee (508) Toronto, ON, Ontario | July 19, 2011
74 AMBIANCE 5/5 SERVICE 8/10 SELECTION 10/15 FOOD 8/10 VALUE 4/10 OVERALL 14/20
Popped in here with a bunch of RBians this last weekend while I was in town again. First the good - this place is beautiful. Really, truly, beautiful. Classy without being ostentatious or overwrought. Has a few beams running over the top providing a nice bit of shade to the rooftop patio. Large red ceiling fans get a workout on hot days (like the one we were there on). There was a small selection of their own beer - all of which were pretty standard and pretty boring. The food was great (as you might expect), but incredibly expensive. A large selection of cheeses and some tasty charcuterie with unlimited bread for eating it with. The chestnut honey they serve with the charcuterie is pretty damn tasty as well. Itís a great spot - but Iím not sure theyíre after the beer lover here with prices like these. There is a nice bottle list as well (mostly Italian stuff, unsurprisingly) although I canít see me paying these prices for it.
Lubiere (450) Ottawa, Ontario | January 5, 2012
86 AMBIANCE 5/5 SERVICE 8/10 SELECTION 13/15 FOOD 9/10 VALUE 8/10 OVERALL 17/20
This is a grand place, sitting atop of an old 15 storey building, with a nice view of the east side skyline (or was it west), open year round (the glass roof is closed in the winter). Beers are pricey (10$ a pint of Birreria beers) but very good ( 2 Birreria brews available), nice selection of guest taps from Italy and the US (7$ for 12 on.). Food is simple but good and service was very friendly, and knowledgeable. A must in NYC.
gnoff (433) MŲlndal, Sweden | February 2, 2012
68 AMBIANCE 4/5 SERVICE 8/10 SELECTION 9/15 FOOD 7/10 VALUE 8/10 OVERALL 13/20
Visited for lunch on January 30, 2012. Nicely located on the top floor of this building with a glass roop. Had the soup and tried the three own beers they had available. Good service. Was a bit hard to find, but once you got in the building and looked around you saw the sign and got directed towards teh elevators. Drawback thay you couldnít really get a sampler of beers.
BMan1113VR (379) Los Angeles, California | January 5, 2012| Updated April 30, 2012
80 AMBIANCE 5/5 SERVICE 8/10 SELECTION 12/15 FOOD 10/10 VALUE 3/10 OVERALL 15/20
Fun place. Yes, its pricy. The food is awesome though. Beer is solid too. Good and succinct draught selection, bottles too. House beers consist of 3 cask beers. The two year rounders (Gina and Wanda) are both unique and tasty. I wasnít the biggest fan of the seasonal (Ruby), but it wasnít bad either.Covered roof in the winter with enough heaters to get it up to a somewhat uncomfortable temperature (low 80s even). Great looking place in general. Both brewers are extremely friendly, as is the wait staff. Beautiful copper JVNW brewing system (tiny though, 3.5bbl brewdeck). Food was spectacular and very filling. The salumi plate and fried mushrooms were amazing. That said it is very pricy, even for NYC. A fun stop, especially if someone else is footing the bill.
nbutler11 (316) Phoenix, Arizona | August 17, 2011
62 AMBIANCE 4/5 SERVICE 7/10 SELECTION 9/15 FOOD 7/10 VALUE 6/10 OVERALL 11/20
Unsure why anyone would bother waiting to get into this place. The space itself is great, but there really isnít anything good on tap worth waiting for and the food isnít worth the ransom they charge. Italian bottles are expensive enough -- just pick up what you need in the market.
swoopjones (308) Buffalo, New York | October 12, 2013
72 AMBIANCE 4/5 SERVICE 8/10 SELECTION 10/15 FOOD 8/10 VALUE 7/10 OVERALL 14/20
very cool place. had 3 cask beers, different and experimental DFH type beers. cheese & meat plate were superb. interesting B.united dominated bottle list
auerbrau (305) Peace Dale, Rhode Island | June 16, 2011
80 AMBIANCE 5/5 SERVICE 10/10 SELECTION 9/15 FOOD N/A VALUE 6/10 OVERALL 16/20
Made a trip up to the top deck for a pint and to check out the scene of the new brewpub. They still were not producing beers from the brewpub, instead bringing in some of the house beers from Dogfish Head. Iím not interested in paying $10 for a pint of any Dogfish beer, so I moved on to a delightfully fresh pint of Victory Prima Pils. They have impeccable glassware, solid service, and a nice clean, fun atmosphere. The food, of course, looks good. Worth it, if youíre feeling particularly spendy.
j12601 (285) Poughkeepsie, New York | October 20, 2011
74 AMBIANCE 5/5 SERVICE 8/10 SELECTION 10/15 FOOD N/A VALUE 5/10 OVERALL 14/20
Iím somewhat torn on this place. The location is very cool, up on the 14th floor roof of the building that houses Eataly. After a quick elevator trip you arrive at a gorgeous open feeling space that feels classy but not pretentious. Very well lit on a mid autumn afternoon. Bar service was quick and friendly. They have a lovely looking menu of small plates and such. The downside however is that I really canít find much of a reason to come back. While the menu is great (and the plates I saw coming out looked wonderful), theyíre quite expensive for whatís on them. There are a few interesting beers on tap, and up to three (they only have three) of their own on cask. But the cask pours are $10 for a chalice (they do halves if you ask), so again rather pricey. And the tap list of 8-12 (canít remember exactly) is not mind blowing, especially in NYC. Seems very much aimed to the young disposable income crowd, who made up the bulk of a somewhat filled room while there in the afternoon. Probably worth swinging in if youíre passing by, but if youíre only in town for a day, certainly not a destination bar.
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