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.
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.