The staff are very friendly and helpful with guiding you to a style of choice if you're undecided on what to drink. Please join us in celebrating with friends and neighbors at our annual fundraiser, while sampling delicious food, wine, craft beers and spirits. Whether you're looking for a full meal, a snack, or a beer and a ball game, you'll always be treated to the full Bourbon Street experience. A great beer bar on the upper west side. The beer selection was legitimate. Can't go wrong with that.
It makes a big difference to be able to order your favorite upscale beer and then continue the fun into the evening without going completely broke! The Shake chocolate porter was a pleasant surprise. Dedicated shops are popping up all over the five boroughs, all with plenty of suds from all over the world on tap. Though I'm not in this area often, really hope we can come back again. They tasted perfect warm soft bun, sautéed onions and cheese. Patrons and bartenders alike were very friendly.
Or, you can go for the Guinness Wall of Fame when you reach 500 pints. The bar is open until 3 a. Take your beer pick from any of the 82 bottles, 32 drafts, 30 growlers, five cans, or one cask, and then do it again. Stop reading already and come by! It is surrounded by walls of windows which also make it an optimal place for people watching. Best wine bar: 189 Amsterdam Ave The wine list may not be hyper-expansive, but it's decently priced, which is not something you can say about most places around Lincoln Center. I think it was a chicken cheesesteak grilled cheese. Good spot to try many different beers at reasonable prices.
We sat at a table and took a look at the menu. Well, all three of us ordered food. Take that for what it's worth a lot!!! I realized a review update was in order! You'll find 30 beers on draft and more than 40 bottles and cans. I enjoyed the cheese board and the pretzel. We're opened for lunch, happy hour, pre-theater, dinner, late-night and weekend brunch.
George Keeley 485 Amsterdam Ave This place also has a huge and delightful beer menu. The sliders were my favorite. There are also couches upstairs, and it's more secluded, great for a date with someone you actually like. Check out our Instagram feed and Facebook page to see how much we care about creative food, craft beer and good people. The ambience is relaxed and divey, but tidy, and the bathroom is clean and quite charming with its chalk-covered walls. I was licking my silverware. All the beers on tap are written on a giant black board and you have so many to choose from.
They have my favorite buffalo wings in the neighborhood. The vibe here is certainly different; more liking having a beer at your dining room table than being at a bar. This place serves great food and has a really cool multi-level layout, making it a great date spot. Service was very good and bartenders were friendly despite being busy on a Saturday night. This is classic Irish pub with a modern twist.
Caught up with a friend recently and was surprised to have three craft beers come out to just around twenty bucks still. It's a great place to go when you're craving a craft beer and a chill atmosphere. Even though the food menu is limited on a Sunday evening, the fried cheese curds are quite good. And my partner had a smoked sausage with cheese curds, another win. The food was really great as well. . The vibe was great for a Sunday night neighborhood bar.
The beer selection is excellent, and the service is very solid. Choose from any number of board games from the corner to keep you and your friends entertained or sign up for trivia night on Wednesdays starting at 7:30 p. This fantastic Irish bar, also located at 81st and Amsterdam, is the perfect place to warm up with some as the Winter approaches. The Upper West Side is not necessarily a far and distant land as many New Yorkers deem it to be. I also think the bar has a name with great allure.
Of course they also offer staples that will help coat your stomach for a night of drinking. There's a rotating selection of beers on tap, but the real variety is held in fridges at the back of the store, where there are more than 300 different types of beer. And since it is located right on the corner, you can watch people from all angles. They even have a cool small game room upstairs. Proceeds from this event go back into the community and help fund selected neighborhood projects. You can also take beer to go for pretty much half the price of what you pay to cork it and drink it in the shop.