|The Grand Delancey|
Cuisine: Beer Halls/Gardens
Menu: View the Menu
If you are looking for a grand spot for a brew, you may want to give The Grand Delancey at The Market Line a try. Think Cheers, only better, with more than 50 different types of beer on tap. Sizes range from four-ounce glass (if you want to taste a few) up to a 20-ounce stein. There are crisp varieties like Mahr’s Pilsner from Germany; a hoppy Hill Farmstead “Double Citra” from Vermont; Burial’s toasty and nutty “Asymmetrical Anguish” from North Carolina; and Prairie’s tart & funky “Rainbow Sherbert” from Oklahoma. Visitors will also find Reserve brews (rare and on the pricy side) along with specialty ciders and cocktails with names like “Lost In Williamsburg With The Dude” (mezcal, reduced stout, oat milk, arcane fernet, and coffee amaro) and “It’s Almost Like Italy” (100 proof rye, cynar, maplejack, oloroso, rakomelo, and lemon). Zero-proof drinks also make an appearance, including a Pom-Lime cooler. Food can be purchased from nearby concessions, including Shaller’s Stube and the Slice Joint.
Neighborhood: Lower East Side
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