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261 Moore Street
Brooklyn NY 11206
(Bushwick / East Williamsburg)



Open 1100-2400 Mon-Fri, 1000-2400 Sat/Sun.

Craft Keg Taps: 5
Craft Bottles/Cans: 6

Beers: Beer range varies

Nearest subway: Morgan Ave(L)


Very small but good beer selection, but the pizza is out of this world. Eating time.

Directions – Take the L train to Morgan Avenue, use the Bogart Street exit (rear of the train from Manhattan), walk south briefly, turn right on Moore Street and you’re there. Look on the right just after the corner for the Roberta’s sign on a nondescript building.

Alex says

Roberta’s is a revered and eccentric pizza restaurant in an unlikely setting in a post industrial Brooklyn neighbourhood, where a number of large breweries thrived many decades ago. There’s only a small beer selection here, at least 3 craft beers can be found on tap (can be up to 5). The pizza here is high quality. There’s a radio station (Heritage Radio Network) in the back yard which hosts ‘Beer Sessions Radio’ and ‘Fuhmentaboudit’ weekly, cleverly set up in a former shipping container to the side of the back yard which is pleasant in the warmer months. The radio shows are all archived online. Roberta’s is a Brooklyn institution in an unlikely and industrial looking breeze block clad setting, and deservedly very popular. Basically, this is a top spot to eat at if doing a Bushwick and East Williamsburg craft beer crawl. (2/2015)

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