A solid beer bar in an immediate area that is lacking such places, Taproom 307 fills the void with 40 taps of craft beer from across the U.S. along with a few imports. The tap rotation is frequent and I had the pleasure of trying the tasty Bronx Pale Ale for the first time. As the beer menu says, Taproom 307 “has something for everyone, from the beginning craft beer drinker, to the seasoned beer geek,” as well as offering 64-oz. Growlers to go. The food menu consists of a mix of bar and bistro fare, as well as pizza. Brunch is served on Saturdays and Sundays. The place is spacious, with a long bar on the right, booths along the wall opposite the bar and two long high-top tables in between the booths and the bar. If there were a Gramercy craft-beer focused NYC bar crawl, Taproom 307 would be a great stop. We’ll just have to wait for more beer bars to open nearby. Either way, Taproom 307 is another spot I hope to revisit sooner rather than later.