Jow (281) Orlando, Florida | April 1, 2012| Updated April 17, 2013
Came here for dinner with the wife, been trying to get down here since it opened. Cool decor and our waiter was terrific. The food was fantastic and I thought beer was above average. A great addition to NYC beer scene, I’ll be back to try some of their bottlings
Nice brewpub and restaurant with some excellent beers of their own on tap. Food is a bit fancy/expensive. Not your typical brewpub fare. Atmosphere is more of a wine bar than a beer bar but the beer is excellent so drink away.
jredmond (299) New York, New York | September 4, 2011| Updated July 18, 2014
I’ve been here a couple of times. The food is great, and the beers are interesting and diverser. Great atmosphere with a pleasant staff.
Nice little brewpub in the west village. The beers are very good...not great mind you...but very good. This place is certainly worth a stop if in the area or if doing a craft beer tour. The food on the other hand is great. I realize some people say this place is expensive...but I would suggest they are measuring this more against other brewpubs or craft beers bars in the city than against a pretty upscale restaurant in the west village that also makes its own beer (meaning this place stands on its own as a restaurant even if you don’t care much for beer). The atmosphere is very nice...and the desgin of the place very attractive. If you are concerned about price...just come for the beer...or come for lunch if you are eating too.
We swung by here fairly early on a Friday evening for a few post dinner drinks. The bar has a nice modern restaurant style look to it. A fairly small, NYC sized place with a nice sized bar and maybe a dozen or so tables. The bartender and the staff were all rather friendly, as the place was less then crowded, and the food looked quite interesting, though we didn’t try anything as we had just eaten. The beer menu was well laid out, with a bottle list and draft list, each of which nicely described the beers. Overall, I was pretty impressed, the beers they served were all fairly interesting, and felt hand crafted. I didn’t try them all, but they had 6 drafts and maybe 7 or 8 bottles to choose from, in a wide range of style (everything from a California Common or a Cream to a Smoked or a Gueuze). It isn’t in the most convenient location, but I will definitely be back. I’m surprised that the ratings seem so low, but maybe I caught them on a good day.
One of only two brewpubs in Manhattan, the rest are brewed elsewhere. A nice little place tucked away in the Greenwich Village area. The place is small and very nice. Not your typical brewpub fare either. The food is Gourmet level. The staff is very attentive to your needs. Service is very good. They have beer samplers as well. A fine and different place and a must stop for beer lovers.
Visited shortly after it opened on Saturday January 28, 2012. Cosy and nice place. Tried a sample version of their draught beers, then shared the bottles available with my mate. All beers were from fair to nice, well balanced and well made. Asked if we could see the brewery equipment before the rush hour started, and was treated to this by our very nice and knowledgable bartender. Did not eat, but seemed to be a very popular place for both food and beer among the locals, I liked this place a lot and will return next time I visit NYC!
More of a restaurant than a bar, and fairly upscale. The new brewer is trying some interesting new beers and it’s a truly micro system so they’ll be turning over very quickly. Stop by for dinner and a few beers for sure.