Archive for the ‘Pub Crawl NYC Random Thoughts’ Category
For a Scottish NYC bar crawl, we recommend the following Manhattan pubs: Caledonia, at 1609 Second Avenue; St. Andrew’s, at 140 W. 46th Street; Shoolbred’s, at 197 Second Avenue. In Brooklyn, visit Isle of Skye at 488 Driggs Ave and Duke of Montrose at 47 5th Ave.
On this first day of Spring, our NYC Bar of the Day: Spring Lounge, located at 48 Spring Street in Manhattan’s Little Italy.
Our favorite non-holiday random calendar day of the year! The arrival of the First Saturday of March is very meaningful to us at Pub Crawl NYC. Though the calendar still says winter, March marks the end of the super-cold, long, dark winter months of December, January and February. Spring (and good pub crawling weather) is just ahead.
And if you’re looking for a pub crawl today, here’s one option across the Hudson River in Hoboken, NJ, sponsored by pubcrawls.com:
It is here once again, our favorite month of the year! There will be numerous Irish NYC pub crawls around the city. We’ll provide info on some. If you would prefer to create your own pub crawl, we can help, free of charge! We just ask that you visit and “like” our facebook fanpage first, www.facebook.com/pubcrawlnyc and follow us on twitter (@nycpubcrawl). We’ve been to the overwhelming majority of bars across Manhattan, Brooklyn and Queens. And we’re happy to share our wealth of knowledge. Drop us a note on FB.
As we near the end of NYC Craft beer week, we want to share this Gothamist article: http://gothamist.com/2015/02/24/nyc_brewery_guide.php. It’s an informative summary of the new breweries that have opened in the last one or two years in the five boros of NYC. Now that gives us a good idea for a NYC bar crawl…
We recently came across an informative article discussing beer and beer ingredients at the following URL: http://earthweareone.com/8-beers-that-you-should-stop-drinking-immediately/
Regular readers to this space know that we at Pub Crawl NYC are craft-beer fans. So, we rarely find ourselves drinking any of the eight beers mentioned in the article (with the exception of an occasional Guinness). Most of these mass-produced beers will contain adjuncts, such as rice or corn (which are cheaper ingredients than barley malt). Better to stick with beers made at smaller (and preferably local) breweries.
Our NYC Bar of the Day: Bourbon Street Bar & Grill, located at 346 W. 46th Street in Manhattan’s Hell’s Kitchen.
Our NYC Bar of the Day: Porterhouse at Fraunces Tavern, located at 54 Pearl Street in Manhattan’s Financial District.
Our choice for solid Manhattan wine bars include Maslow 6 and Another Room (both on West Broadway in Tribeca) and Ayza (two locations, one in the West Village and one in Midtown South).
Our NYC Bar of the Day: Professor Thom’s, located at 219 Second Avenue in Manhattan’s East Village.