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Brooklyn Pub Crawl

Head to Park Slope, Brooklyn, for local brews, eats and drinks.
Difficulty: Easy
Length: 1 miles
Duration: Half day

Overview:  The Brooklyn neighborhood of Park Slope has a dual identity as both a place to raise kids and a place to go out to eat and drink. Many... more »

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Points of Interest

The Dram Shop, mid block on 9th St., throws open its windows in warm weather. You can also sit in the rear patio and enjoy one of the 12 beers on tap or the full bar.

The bar opens at 3pm on weekdays, and a great happy hour runs till 6pm daily; half priced draft beers and well drinks. On Saturdays and Sundays, when The Dram Shop opens at noon,... More

2. Flipsters

At the corner of 7th Avenue and 9th Street, Brooklyn Flipsters has outdoor seating where you can have a burger and a brew, or a long bar where you can catch a game.

Get a pitcher of one of the dozen beers on tap, or try the jalepeno martini.

A happy hour runs Monday - Friday, with all drinks half price, 4-7pm.

And if you are hitting Flipsters... More

Cafe Steinhof, an Austrian restaurant, shows free movies on Sunday nights.
Try Austrian or German lagers and pilsners; there are 6 beers on tap, one of them local.

The U-boot is a beer with a shot of Obstle, pear and apple brandy.

The daily happy hour, 4-7pm, offers $3 beers on tap or well drinks.

On the way to the next pub, you pass Toy Space... More

Thistle Hill Tavern has a tiny bar featuring artisanal producers, from local beers on tap (3 of 5 are local) to New York single-malt whiskey to inexpensive Brooklyn wine. Try Brooklyn Oenology, Social Club Red ’06 or the white Viognier ’07.

A Brooklyn Gin & Tonic uses floral gin from The Breuckelen Distilling Company and Brooklyn Q... More

Beer Table is a beer geek paradise, with 6 taps dispensing a rotating array of unusual beers. There is even a Brooklyn Soda Works tap offering local craft sodas. And you can take home a growler of beer for later.

Beer Table offers complete meals, but you sit at a backless stool. You might want to stick with snacks like radishes, roasted nuts or a... More

Get a little fancier at Brook-vin, a wine bar where you can sample dozens of wine by the glass. There are also a couple of local beers on tap, plus unusual cocktails like a spicy horseradish martini, with pickled garlic that might ward off vampires.

In summer, try the cucumber martini, with gin and lime. And the non-vegetarian friendly glazed... More