After a whole year of being confined to the four corners of your home, the possibility of being able to step out to the outside world sounds fantastic. As the government is relaxing more safety restrictions, businesses, restaurants, and most especially beer gardens are now getting back into their normal state. So if you are ready to experience your long-lost freedom of going out, here are some of the top 10 essential NYC Beer Gardens in the city of New York.
Hidden at the back of the bar and table area in the lower east spot, this low-key beer garden location offers a dozen imported brews. The Loreley beer garden model is inspired by traditional Brauhaus culture, and they also serve foods like bacon, cheese, and sausage to go along with their beers.
You can take advantage of an in-house experience at this brewery and obtain a variety of hops at this establishment!
As Loreley is to the lower east, so is Jeffery to the upper east side. This beer garden located at 311 East 60th street serves up to 30 imported and local beer types. Your visit is incomplete without the infamous gastro-bites of Chef Nick Ryan to accompany their quality beer.
Located at 56-06 Cooper avenue, Nowadays bar is known for its 5000 square foot indoor venue alongside its high-tech sound system perfect for music lovers. They offer a wide variety of beers and food to go along with the music.
For folks living around East Williamsburg, the Grimme team will usher you into a laboratory of beer and ales experiments. Therein will you find beers of uncommon names, mixtures that should defy the human taste buds, and beautiful, eccentric, colorful beer designs that would be a crime to drink?
Also located in Williamsburg at 45 South 3rd is this beer garden with their secret room at the rear end that offers dart playing and buck hunting facilities. After enjoying their American bites menu with their brew, visit their secret room to have some fun.
They are loved for their live music that creates a boisterous environment for drinking. This place offers music, quality brew, and delicious meals.
This is one of NYC’s finest brew gardens, and it is the only one owned by women. It has a large brewing room with 39 brew taps that dispense different qualities of beer.
This garden is home to local Brooklyn brews like Coney Island and Brooklyn Cider house. For Brooklyn lovers who love a taste of their traditional beer, this beer garden is perfect for you.
How would you love to visit a garden beer with 60 beer taps that dispense over 20 varieties of beer? This place at 555 7th avenue offers beer of costly and rare quality, and their food menu is second to none.
These beer gardens are a must-visit for every fun lover, especially at night.