Local bar feel with an electronic board of beers. The online list wasn’t as updated as I hoped as a couple key things were out upon arriving. Solid list, but not out of this world. Seems like a fun place to hang out.
One of the best bars in NYC in my opinion. Draft list was very impressive. Nice mix of locals vs the more known beers. Burger was good. Well baked, bun a little sweet. Downside: served with chips (like the stuff you buy in a bag...) Prices along the NYC standards. Overall most certainly worth a visit.
American pub vibe with TVs, bar seating, and some booths. Service was curt, didn’t really seem to want to help but it was a busy little happy hour. Twenty plus taps, a cask, and plenty of bottles, including liquor. Not bad for the area, seems Manhattan is lacking decent beer bars between 35th and 60th.
Visited with MaxxDaddy and his lovely wife and jredmond aka Dad. Largeish place, lots of tables, small central bar. Comfortably crowded, we had no problem finding a seat on a Saturday night. Beer list was OK, with a range of local stuff. Food was tasty and creative, sort like large snacks. Decent place.
Sitting here right now. 20 taps, 2 casks, mostly local NY beers, all craft. Happy hour is $5 (instead of $7). NO Flights. Noting fancy about the decorations, 2 TV screens, some American background music.
Most definitely a good place, but the tap selection was lacking on diversity I think. Quite a few IPA’s, no porter or stout to be found, but the beers they have are good. Not the coziest pub I’ve been to, put it looks like a pub in every way possible, so nothing to complain about. Quick service.
Great bar, which was full of more locals than many I visited on my trip. US beers dominate, on the night we visited, lots of ipa, DIPA , not so many dark beers. Great service at the bar from staff, but no at seat service. Loved it .