The Henry Street Ale House is the home of celebrating great microbrews. It's here in this neighborhood spot that we've curated an exquisite selection of 16 great microbrews, complemented by warm inviting wooden walls and cozy furniture. In this classic pub, you can expect the food to match up to the quality of the ale, we've spent years perfecting the perfect atmosphere for our community.
"Feast on any of the 16 great microbrews on tap at this lovely old-fashioned Brooklyn Heights pub. The accompanying comfy dark wood furniture, red walls, and comfort food keep things cozy. It's one of the best bars in the city for the discerning beer drinker who knows her IPA from her porter."
-The Village Voice
"Maroon stamped tin-walls and antique belt-driven ceiling fans lend speakeasy charm to this classic pub. And the eclectic keg and kitchen picks — a Stone IPA with a half-pound, char-grilled cheeseburger or a pint of Old Speckled Hen with a plate of warmed brie, sliced apples and fried pickles — far outshines the usual Yuengling-and-wings standard. Two discreet (and volume-free) TV screens keep sports-fans happy, while subdued lighting and a cozy aural buzz reward intrepid bridge crossers. For grown-ups and those who love them, Henry Street Ale House is indispensable — especially since everything's priced like it's 1985. With its 16 drafts, quality food and a civil, old world atmosphere, this place is what many Manhattan's microbrew taverns aspire to be."
-The New York Magazine
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