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    • 1.
      8.9
      200 5th Ave (at W 23rd St)
      Beer Garden$ $ $ $View Menu
      • Fabio T.

        Fabio T. • February 28, 2014Great food! Amazing view and ambient up there.. it gets crowded so be prepared to wait for a table.

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    • 2.
      9.1
      311 E 60th St (btwn 1st & 2nd Ave)
      Beer Garden$ $ $ $View Menu
      • Jessica E.

        Jessica E. • December 31, 2013Awesome new beer spot on the UES with great selections on tap. However, a little pricey.

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    • 3.
      8.7
      848 Washington St (btwn Little W 12th & W 13th St)
      Beer Garden$ $ $ $
      • Mike M.

        Mike M. • August 22, 2014Decent selection of German beers. Nice and loud like a proper Biergarten. Pretzels and sausages are also fantastic. Great place for happy hour but get there early! Young crowd.

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    • 4.
      8.6
      South Street Seaport
      Beer Garden$ $ $ $
      • Christopher P.

        Christopher P. • July 16, 2013Red Hook Lobster Pound is so good. 16 bucks buys you a lobster roll jam packed with huge chunks of sweet lobster meat.

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    • 5.
      8.6
      At Battery Park (Southeast of Castle Clinton)
      Beer Garden$ $ $ $
      • Greg C.

        Greg C. • October 6, 2012Grilled ham, cheese, and pickle sandwich is killer. Also great beer on tap!

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    • 6.
      8.5
      2099 Frederick Douglass Blvd (at W 113th St.)
      Beer Garden$ $ $ $View Menu
      • Jaro G.

        Jaro G. • March 11, 2012Currywurst outside of Berlin is hard to find. Their spin on this classic dish is really great and makes it a touch upscale. You can even have the fries replaced with Cous Cous :)

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    • 7.
      8.3
      343 Broome St. (btwn Bowery & Elizabeth St.)
      Beer Garden$ $ $ $View Menu
      • Danielle L.

        Danielle L. • September 4, 2014They have even more beers than are on their menu. Tell them what you like, have a taste of their beers, and pick something spectacular

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    • 8.
      8.2
      7 Rivington St (btwn Bowery & Chrystie St.)
      Beer Garden$ $ $ $View Menu
      • Thrillist

        Thrillist • July 25, 2011Beer gardens are better than real gardens. Booze here while snacking on the pretzels, which're stuffed-and-covered with a mix of Gruyere and Parm.

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    • 9.
      8.2
      222 W Houston St (btwn Varick & Bedford St)
      Beer Garden$ $ $ $View Menu
      • Gabriel B.

        Gabriel B. • August 10, 2014Huge space and great beer. Really good for a group of friends.

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    • 10.
      7.9
      390 W 79th St (at Hudson River)
      Beer Garden$ $ $ $View Menu
      • Arielle D.

        Arielle D. • August 4, 2010My favorite place for casual dinner or big groups especially at sunset. Order a bucket of Caronas and the bomb mahi mahi tacos!

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    • 11.
      8.8
      101 Rivington St (at Ludlow St)
      Beer Garden$ $ $ $View Menu
      • Sam H.

        Sam H. • November 20, 2014Love this place during the weekday, never too crowded. Weekends can be a nightmare. Good tap selection.

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    • 12.
      8.6
      148 W 4th St (at 6th Ave.)
      Beer Garden$ $ $ $View Menu
      • Yvette P

        Yvette P • November 17, 2012The frites and mussels are enough for a perfect dinner. Try the sauces.

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    • 13.
      8.5
      180 2nd Ave (btwn E 11th & E 12th St)
      Beer Garden$ $ $ $View Menu
      • Marina

        Marina • December 2, 2014Good happy hour spot for big groups. The courtyard in the back is nice and chill.

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    • 14.
      8.6
      210 E 51st St. (btwn 2nd & 3rd Ave.)
      Beer Garden$ $ $ $View Menu
      • Patrick M.

        Patrick M. • September 13, 2012The mussels here are amazing and the service is really, really excellent as well. Add in the fact that this place has an awesome beer list and i have a new regular spot!!

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    • 15.
      8.6
      4476 Broadway (at W 191st St.)
      Beer Garden$ $ $ $View Menu
      • Hans S.

        Hans S. • October 12, 2013Pulled pork sliders are great! Slightly spicy...

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    • 16.
      8.5
      205 12th Ave (at Pier 66 on W 26th St)
      Beer Garden$ $ $ $View Menu
      • Linds P.

        Linds P. • July 7, 2010Great spot during the early evening. Get a bucket of Coronas, burger from the grill, and check out the adjacent "Frying Pan" boat - complete with a bar and old crew member cots.

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    • 17.
      8.2
      815 9th Ave (at W 54th St.)
      Bar$ $ $ $View Menu
      • Nik W.

        Nik W. • August 13, 2014Great place to catch a game. Huge beer selection and decent food. Always a great crowd too.

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    • 18.
      8.2
      1644 3rd Ave (@ E 92nd St)
      Beer Garden$ $ $ $View Menu
      • Sarah G.

        Sarah G. • January 12, 2013Great potential! The pretzel and popcorn are amazing and great front room but back room is not the same. Understaffed but friendly

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    • 19.
      8.1
      41 1st Ave (btwn E 2nd & E 3rd St)
      Bar$ $ $ $View Menu
      • Chet M.

        Chet M. • August 6, 2014The outdoor garden is a wonderful little oasis in the Village. Solid tap beer menu.

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    • 20.
      8.6
      41 E 7th St (btwn 2nd Ave & Cooper Sq)
      Beer Garden$ $ $ $View Menu
      • Crystal C.

        Crystal C. • January 1, 2014AWESOME bar for New Years Eve: no ridiculous cover, not crowded, quiet, free cheese & bread, and champagne on the house at midnight. Let's keep this secret safe: Shhhhhhhhhh.

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    • 21.
      7.8
      10 Delancey St (btwn Bowery & Chrystie St.)
      Beer Garden$ $ $ $View Menu
      • Ryan K.

        Ryan K. • February 25, 2013This little place is fantastic. Beer lovers line up because with 10 standing and 20 rotating taps there's always something new to try. Extra points for amazing food and killer staff.

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    • 22.
      7.3
      190 Allen St, 2nd Floor
      Beer Garden$ $ $ $View Menu
      • Megan M.

        Megan M. • June 5, 2013Great place to sit outside and have some wine or beer (reasonably priced, too!) and snacks...the boiled peanuts were awesome and apparently it doesn't get too crowded during the week.

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    • 23.
      7.8
      95 Pearl St (at Stone St.)
      Bar$ $ $ $View Menu
      • A Y.

        A Y. • June 9, 2011I come here for their turkey club with crispy fries, and ofcourse a cold brew.

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    • 24.
      7.7
      10 Columbus Circle (Lower Level)
      Beer Garden$ $ $ $
      • Christina C.

        Christina C. • November 24, 2011Vegetarian chili is must! Try the pumpkin ale as well! Love this place do glad it opened.

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    • 25.
      7.2
      302 W 51st St (btw 8th & 9th Ave)
      Beer Garden$ $ $ $View Menu
      • Chelsea R.

        Chelsea R. • April 17, 2011Baked Mac and cheese, add the buffalo chicken with a PBR really hit the spot. Great music, great service awesome atmosphere! Def make a stop here!!

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    • 26.
      9.2
      107 Avenue C (at E 7th St)
      Beer Garden$ $ $ $View Menu
      • Derrick C.

        Derrick C. • January 2, 2010Definitely order anything on draft. Recommend the schweinebraten, almost like a pork-ish prime rib!

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    • 27.
      8.6
      39 Grove St (btwn Bedford & Bleecker)
      Beer Garden$ $ $ $View Menu
      • Michael M.

        Michael M. • August 12, 2013Get the party platter of sausages and a mini keg. Potato pancakes are also pretty good

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    • 28.
      7.5
      360 3rd Ave (at E 26th St)
      Beer Garden$ $ $ $View Menu
      • Cassidy

        Cassidy • September 19, 2014has a lovely open air patio with plenty of TVs to watch the game. food could be better, could be worse.

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    • 29.
      8.2
      712 3rd Ave
      Beer Garden$ $ $ $View Menu
      • Mike D.

        Mike D. • April 1, 2011Try the sampler platter. Brats, pretzels, kraut, potato pancakes, etc. More than enough for 8.

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    • 30.
      8.6
      1648 2nd Ave (btwn 85th & 86th St.)
      Beer Garden$ $ $ $View Menu
      • Village Voice

        Village Voice • August 15, 2014Naturally, the food is mainly Bavarian meaning giant, plate-flopping schnitzels and sausages presented in omnibus platters with tangy purple cabbage, kartoffeln, and sauerkraut.

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