8/7/09

also worth a visit.

The Gotham Imbiber presents the Best Beer spots in NYC.

Demystifying the world of craft beer in

New York City


Canal Street up to West 23rd Street, western side of Manhattan
West Village, Greenwich Village

Bars and Restaurants

  • 124 Rabbit Club
  • Amity Hall (COMING SOON)
  • Blind Tiger Ale House
  • Chelsea Brewing Company BREWPUB
  • Craftsteak
  • Greenwich Village Bistro
  • The Half Pint
  • Minetta Tavern
  • The Otheroom
  • Peculier Pub
  • Petit Abeille (17th Street)
  • Petit Abeille (Hudson Street)
  • The Room
  • The Spotted Pig
  • Also worth a visit: Alta, 64 West 10th Street (between 5th and 6th Avenues). Tapas restaurant, open from 6pm daily.
  • Also worth a visit: August, 359 Bleecker Street (between West 10th and Charles Streets). Restaurant with European craft bottles.
  • Also worth a visit: Bayard’s Ale House, 533 Hudson Street (at Charles Street).
  • Also worth a visit: Brass Monkey, 55 Little West 12th Street (at Washington Street). Meatpacking bar with a few good bottles.
  • Also worth a visit: Café 50 West, 50 West 22nd Street (between 5th and 6th Avenues). Cosy restaurant with two craft taps.
  • Also worth a visit: Lederhosen, 39 Grove Street (between Bedford and Bleecker Streets). German beers.
  • Also worth a visit: Markt, 676 6th Avenue (at West 21st Street). Belgian restaurant. The taps are mainly mass-produced A-B InBev brands, but there are some good (but pricey) bottles.
  • Also worth a visit: Sacred Chow, 227 Sullivan Street (between Bleecker and West 3rd Streets). Vegan tapas bistro.
  • Also worth a visit: The Slaughtered Lamb, 182 West 4th Street (at Jones Street).
  • Also worth a visit: V Bar, 225 Sullivan Street (between Bleecker and West 3rd Streets).
  • Also worth a visit: Vol de Nuit, 148 West 4th Street. (between 6th Avenue and MacDougal Street). Belgian beers.


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