SUPERIOR SELECTION, KNOW-HOW AND ATMOSPHERE KEEP THESE SPOTS AT THE TOP
In honor of the Great American Beer Festival this week, here’s a rundown of the city’s 15 hottest beer bars right now — both new arrivals and longtime favorites. (Note: We’ve excluded brewery taprooms as a separate category.)
Why it’s hot: Aside from the fact that none other than Tom Colicchio gave it his seal of approval while in town to film the next season of Top Chef, we like to think of this as the wine bar of beer bars. As a specialist in sours and wild ales (aka the brews most likely to convert oenophiles), it’s about as sophisticated as taprooms get, with snacks to match.
Number of beers: 25 on tap, plus many more in can and bottle
What to eat: What not to eat? Tinned cockles, confit pork leg, a butter flight with French bread, carefully assorted cheeses with house condiments — the menu is your oyster (which you can also get here).
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