This spacious gastropod fosters a warm and inviting atmosphere with rustic and offers an ample collection of rotating international and locally brewed craft beers. There’s a drink to suit every palate; Bronx, Founders Red Rye IPA, Reignites, Narragansett, and Flying Dog are all excellent choices.
Patrons will also find a wide selection of whiskeys and cocktails, from margaritas to Bloody Mary's. Le Chile is a family-friendly Irish pub with a quaint interior showcasing photographs and trinkets lining the walls.
Add to that a stunning view of the George Washington Bridge, and you have a calm, romantic atmosphere in which to enjoy your drinks. Locksmith Burger Bar is a small neighborhood tavern with brick walls and dim candle lighting, fostering a casual, laid-back atmosphere.
This weekend hot spot offers a great mix of retro music with live DJs. In addition to signature cocktails like the cucumber martini and the coconut mojito, this tavern serves a fine collection of wines.
Buddha Beer Bar has a cozy ambience backed by trendy music and multiple televisions screening games and the news. This modern, American sports bar offers an extensive and rotating medley of 26 craft beers on tap.
Signature beers include Allah, Black Hog THC Vic Secret, Smutty nose Finest kind IPA, Pumpkin Pale Ale with Cinnamon Brown Sugar, and Wells & Young’s Double Chocolate Stout, so pair your favorite with classic American bar bites such as burgers and chicken wings. This saloon exhibits a cheerful, casual ambience with typical pub decor, including sports jerseys, beer adverts, and Irish memorabilia hanging alongside autographed photographs of celebrity guests.
Organ’s serves scrumptious concoctions like the Blue Hawaiian, the Hennessy Canada, and Long Island Iced Tea, alongside wine and beer. While their signature Champagne, red and white sangria are phenomenal, this Dominican establishment also serves a variety of spirits, wines, and cocktails, such as the guava margarita and the Chilean Carmen ere.
Heights Tavern has added a special touch to this predominantly Dominican neighborhood with its chic American style and an industrial, red brick decor. Complete with a mahogany bar, high ceilings, and exposed pipes, the tavern presents a comfy, upbeat atmosphere.
78 brings a unique retro cafe-bookstore vibe to the neighborhood with an intimate wooden bar that provides a relaxed, mellow ambience. They offer inventive cocktails on the weekends for great prices and events throughout the week like Sangria Sunday and jazz music on Wednesdays.
Live DJs play a nice blend of mixed tracks like R&B, hip hop, and dance music. The drink menu features countless signature concoctions like mango and coconut mojitos and margaritas.
While relishing a few luscious cocktails, the bar also provides Jenna sets for patrons to have an amicable competition. This elegant, charming Spanish tapas bar’s decor is akin to a wine cellar, with dimly lit fairy lights fostering an intimate, romantic atmosphere.
The bar serves over 100 wines, 50 imported beers, and Spanish cocktails such as the ‘Muriel Brianna’ and the ‘Scenario de Sarria Rose.’ Great music, nice clientele, always plenty of parking.
From Business: Located in Hamilton Heights, Manhattan, Hamilton Hall serves an elevated Castro menu, batched signature draft cocktails, craft beer & a large selection of… Jared Trotsky: Order the pizza and the fried chicken and I promise you won’t be disappointed.
Mike Sherman: They don’t run the AC, it's really hot in the summer. Amanda Carver: Friendly wait staff, relaxed vibe.
Liz Norris: The French Toast and chai lattes are amazing. The Wall Street Journal: The menu includes cow heart skewers for the brave and pork belly with charred dates for the slightly less adventurous.
For those who prefer more classic bar snacks, the nachos ($12) are very good. Bruce Taylor: Blueberry hot wings was a shocker.
Becca Barbosa: the fresh juices are delicious! Erik Citron: This see through glass bar is nice addition to all the restaurants on the strip.