Harlem Hops, located on between 133rd and 134th streets on Adam Clayton Powell Avenue is a must visit beer hall if you are uptown Manhattan.
The beer hall has feels roomy with plenty of seats and space to stand and hangout with friends. Harlem Hops also has a backyard patio with a few chairs and tables if you want to take advantage of nice weather.
There’s no stopping the craft beer craze that has sprung up these past couple of years, but then, why would you want to? Nashville has over fifteen small breweries that provide the area with a broad selection of beer options. Yazoo, Black Abbey, and Jackalope are just a few of the widely known breweries that can be spotted at one of the twelve beer festivals scheduled for 2016. In Nashville, we listen to more than country music, and we drink more than Bud Light.
Corner Social – My personal favorite spot for hot wings in Harlem. Corner Social has a full restaurant menu and a nice bar. It can get a little noisy but has a great atmosphere and is a good place to go with friends. The wings are big, flavorful, a little pricier than other places on the list, but this is my go to restaurant and I would recommend trying them out.
Minnesota’s big craft beer golden age is currently underway, with dozens of independent brewers offering IPAs, Stouts, Pilsners and even ciders (with food trucks typically on site). The hip Northeast Arts District in Minneapolis has seen an explosion in the amount of breweries popping up in old warehouses and factories that dot the neighborhood landscape. Want to explore a bit of what the city has to offer? Be sure to try these four taprooms, all of which are within a mile radius.
By Seth Fera-Schanes Here is a fact. I like Brussels Sprouts. They have a nice pungent taste, can be used in a number of dishes and remind me of Fall. Here is another fact. I like Guinness. It has a nice strong taste and I like to drink […]
Gun Hill Brewing Company, located in the Bronx, started up in 2014 and are producing some tasty beers. The facility is open to the public so you can stop in and try their products. The staff will also provide short but highly informative tours upon request.
By Michael Ibrahim 124 Old Rabbit Club: 124 MacDougal St New York, NY 10012 Here is a classic hole in the wall place that is hidden in the middle of the busiest part of MacDougal street. There are no signs for this bar so you might have to look around a bit. […]
By Michael Ibrahim There are many great beer bars in The City and some of my favorite happen to be Belgian. There are spots all over the city that serve Belgian beers. My favorite Belgian beer night is def a tour of the East Village which I always do in the following […]