GUIDE: New York

Get Your Beer Here


    Antler Beer and Wine Dispensary

    123 Allen St.

    Lower East Side

    Cuisine: Bar, Eclectic, Wine Bar


    Antler is a throwback to a vanishing era when downtown bars doubled as informal living rooms—and to accompany the imbibing, New Mexico native Cecelia Bye has curated a menu of kicked-up small plates. READ REVIEW


    Brooklyn Cider House

    1100 Flushing Ave.


    Cuisine: Spanish

    The dinner experience at Brooklyn Cider House in Bushwick transports you to Spain. In between courses, guests take trips to the gorgeous, huge European Chestnut barrels, where the cider expert will talk you through the deliciousness that shoots from the spouts. READ REVIEW


    Distilled NY

    211 West Broadway


    Cuisine: New American


    If you’ve ever wondered how fine-dining chefs might interpret bar staples (not to mention brunch), this is the place to feast and find out. READ REVIEW


    Hill Country

    30 W. 26th St.


    Cuisine: Barbeque


    Hill Country has become the superlative city ’cue, its Texas dry-rub style—smoked “low and slow” over post oak—even making some critics’ national best barbecue lists. READ REVIEW


    The Vanderbilt

    570 Vanderbilt Ave.

    Prospect Heights

    Cuisine: New American


    The New York Times calls it “big, open, a far larger space than Brooklynites are used to in restaurants, and it vibes bar more than restaurant. Eat some house-smoked kielbasa with simmered greens, though, and discover it’s a bar with good food.” READ REVIEW



    1011 Manhattan Ave.


    Cuisine: Sandwich, Wine Bar


    Troost is a refreshingly low-key shotgun café and bistro with a carefully careless look and comfortably worn-in feel that serves espressos and bagels at the bar, hosts Bingo on Wednesday nights, and offers a happy hour every weekday as well as all weekend long. READ REVIEW