Small, personable beer bar on St Marks Place. Not the largest selection in Manhattan but certainly nothing to balk at, and the selection is very well thought out. 12 keg taps and enough bottles and cans to arouse the interest. Not 100% sure that it’s noticeably superior enough to nearby craft beer bars to warrant the very high rate, but I certainly enjoyed my time here. The staff and customers are friendly, and the music has a good vibe. Good value considering the location.
Visited Friday eve 13.5.16. Small place, rather dark, small bar. The two of us shared one seat in the corner. Small but knowledgeably curated tap list, with plenty of sour stuff and quite an unusual selection. Prices are very high, service is slow.
Small place with bar seating and maybe overall seating for 30, so you have to time it right. We visited on a Sunday evening around 10pm and that seemed to be okay. Small, but well-curated taplist (Grimm, Other Half, Mikkeller, a sidra, etc.). You can order 5 oz. samples, but that sets you back an outrageous $5. Service was fine. Not one of the absolute tops in the city, but worth checking out. When here, also visit Augurs Well Bar across the street, which is even better.
Very small place that gets packed right at 5. Old school place that seems like it probably hasn’t change in 50 years. Amazing photos on the wall in front of the bar. Draft list seemed to flucuate greatly over the week from great to average. Sadly when I went in it was downright average without an ipa on. I’d probably come back but wouldn’t go out of my way.
Small but very impressive place. Visited on a late Thursday afternoon and it was easy to find a seat. Quite small place with a few tables at the entrance ahead of the narrow bararea. Super impressive tap list. Only 11 available but most of them were not to be found anywhere else. Had great beers from Wakefield, Omnipollo, Westbrook and Other Half. A must when in NYC.