Highlights from the hotel's entertainment offerings are a pool with a translucent floor, Marble Lane restaurant, and a penthouse nightclub called PH-D from the crew behind Tao and Lavo. Read more.
Community contributor James Traub writes, "The garden is enormous — a 3,000-square-foot space where a gas station once stood... The East Village is not a serene place; but B Bar is." Read more.
Beer 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. Read more.
Throw out the Bud Light and taste what Sri Lanka has to offer. This outdoor beer garden has six rotating taps and more than 100 bottles from 14 different countries. Read more.
Set in the cobblestone courtyard of an erstwhile factory in Queens, this spot holds up to 1,800 guests who come for 20-plus European and American brews on tap, plus hamburgers, sausages, even sushi. Read more.
The best beer gardens in Bavaria aren’t new: they’re old, well-worn places with big mugs of traditional brews. 4 seasonal beers including Paulaner Salvator & Ayinger Celebrator are on the menu. Read more.