Open from 4pm Mon-Tue; from 2pm Wed-Fri; from 12.30pm Sat-Sun.
Handpumped Cask Beers: 1
Craft Keg Taps: 19
Craft Bottles/Cans: 1
Beers: Beer range varies
Nearest subway: Union St(R)
Unique space in three sections, lots of craft beer flowing plus a cask.
Directions – R train to Union Street, walk two blocks south to Carroll Street.
This is a unique space in three sections, one open in the middle. One cask is offered, and the 19 craft beer taps rotate with interesting stuff regularly. There is no kitchen but food can be ordered in for consumption there. Children are tolerated until 1800 if kept under strict supervision. Dogs are allowed if well behaved (no barking, etc.) and must be kept on a leash. Pinball is played. There are regular tap takeovers and promotional nights, this place is serious about craft beer. Under the same eclectic-bar-naming ownership as Bar Great Harry, Glorietta Baldy, and The Owl Farm. (2/2015)
Amazing use of a great, very unique, highly atmospheric space. Three distinct areas: indoor bar area with sloping clear glass roof; outdoor space in the middle, then at the front another indoor seating area which is effectively part of the entrance. In hot weather everything gets opened up and it effectively becomes one space. Good beer list of c. 20 beers, many of which are usually of considerable interest. Calm and mellow during afternoons and then again from about 10pm - especially weekdays. Halfway from 4th Ave Pub / Pacific Standard to the Gate. My favourite pub in New York for ambience and general wonderfulness, and the beer list isn't half bad either.
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