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Bushwick bars we look forward to visiting

It’s been a long while since our last bar crawl through Bushwick, Brooklyn.  During that time, numerous spots have opened up that we look forward to visiting.  Among others we hope to visit sooner rather than later are Left Hand Path, Three Diamond Door and The Rookery.  We’ve heard good things about each of the three places.  We will provide our take on these spots in forthcoming posts.

Happy Bastille Day!

If you’re looking for good French wine bar in NYC today, our pick is Jadis, located at 42 Rivington Street on Manhattan’s Lower East Side.

NYC Bars we’ve visited recently

We’ve had the pleasure of crawling to numerous bars and pubs of late.  Among others, we visited Owl Farm, a solid craft-beer spot in Park Slope, Brooklyn.  We also sampled libations at The Ship and Dear Irving, two downtown Manhattan cocktail spots.  We’ll have reviews of these spots and others in the coming days and weeks.

Happy Independence Day!

Pub Crawl NYC wishes you a safe and Happy Independence Day!  Our NYC bar of the day: Fraunces Tavern, located at 54 Pearl Street in Manhattan’s Financial District.

Happy Canada Day!

Pub Crawl NYC wishes you a safe and Happy Canada Day.  Our NYC bar of the day: Ontario, located at 559 Grand Street in Williamsburg, Brooklyn.

Rooftop NYC bar hopping

Now that the local weather has (finally!) turned to seasonal late Spring-like weather, we’ve included several rooftop bars around Manhattan on some of our recent pub crawls.  Among others, The Roof (atop the Viceroy hotel in Midtown), Bar 54 (also in Midtown) and the Roof at Park South.  In the coming days, we’ll share photos of the views from these rooftop spots.

The beer taps at Paddy Reilly’s in Manhattan’s Kips Bay

If you’re a fan of Guinness, the photo below will please you.

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Manhattanhenge May, 2014

We took a break from bar crawling around NYC to take in Manhattanhenge.  A few photos of the event below:

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Paulaner Brauhaus on Manhattan’s Lower East Side has reopened

After being closed for nearly two months for renovations, Paulaner Brauhaus on the Bowery has reopened for business!  We are happy to hear that.

Today is the anniversary of Wisconsin statehood

On May 29, 1848, Wisconsin joined the Union as the 30th State.  Our NYC bar of the day: Kettle of Fish, located at 59 Christopher Street in Manhattan’s West Village.

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