Large place spreading over two floors. Seems that downstairs was full so I was sent on the first floor. Very crowded and pretty loud. One of those places with lots of taps, but nothing interesting. Lots of macros and usual suspects with occasional interesting beer. I went for Allagash Curieux which was fine. Frankly you can give this one a pass, no need to spend time here with so many great places all over city.
Came here on 26.11.2017. Located between Times Square and Penn Station. Typical Pub atmosphere, with several TV's for sport events. Bars on 2 floors with a nice restaurant area providing a good view to 8th Avenue. +50 beers on tap, good selection of different beer styles. Had a Green Flash GFB, a DuClaw Fast Disaster and a 60 min from Dogfish. Good beer quality and typical pub food was also excellent.
Stopped in for a particular tick prior to movie never had any real desire to come here or to this part of town in general. Big open space pretty cool although decorated a little corporate or big regional craft beer style. Selection has a lot but all the standard heavy hitters but a few things I wanted. Commuter vibe and clientele aka not all that hip. Your better off at Rattle n Hum West a block away if your a serious beer person.
Surprised I’ve never rated this place before now. Obviously it is really close to Port Authority, and gets a standard after work bar crowd. Solid draft list, not as interesting as other places near by (like their sister bar Rattle n Hum-West), but pretty good. Decent prices for the location, or terrible prices, depending on your perspective. Food is tolerable bar food, no more, no less. Older looking bar on the entrance level, with 99% of the place being up the stairs. You are probably not getting anything destination worthy here, but it you are looking for a quick pint near the bus station it’s good for that.
They have a dizzying array of taps in here, with a heavy emphasis on craft/regional craft classics, rather than, say, one-offs and rarities. So, for most people this place would have a lot to offer in terms of selection. The ambiance here struck me as a bit too midtowny, so not really my kind of place. The pricing, too, was in line with the area, which is to say perhaps a bit above average. The staff were friendly.
Overall, definitely a very good option for the area, although not a destination bar for me.
A small downstairs bar on 40th just off 8th avenue, upstairs is a large open bar and restaurant. A loud mixed crowd of drinkers and diners. There are a number of big screens showing a variety of sports. The beer selection is very good, when we visited they had a showcase "brewery of the month" which for July is Captain Lawrence. They offer two flight options as well as the beer menu, a standard and a premium which allows a choice of all the beers. The food is typical of the style, burgers and pizzas but what we tried was very good, the spicy BBQ burger and the Authority Patty Melt sandwich were both tasty and filling! The pleasing part of the evening was when the bill arrived it was a pleasant surprise not to have to raid the federal reserve, as is the case everywhere else in the city! The service we got was friendly, attentive and helpful.
Cool place in hell’s kitchen, central Manhattan, NY. They had 90 taps, i’ve never seen so many before. Wide variety, mostly US products which is exaclty what i needed. Food was massive, prices are in line with the local average (food and a couple of beers around $30).
New bar by the rattle and hum owners . Way more commercial feeling though . Less special beers, expensive, very big ,... Crowd was mostly what you’d expect from a bar that does special beers in a commercial way ..