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Here is  what we look for in a perfect bar. Good beer. Nice drinks. Friendly bartenders with mustaches and a sense of humor, willing to chat if you want to, but perfectly happy to let you along for a while, if that's what you need to be. Big, gorgeous windows that let a breeze in.  Somewhere low-key, a place that feels like a dive bar, but isn't really a dive bar. The kind of...
  If you're hanging out on that weird strip of 4th Avenue, right near Barclay's, in the hinterlands between fancy Park Slope and Fort Greene, there's plethora of bars to choose from.  You could go to any number of bars, really, but do yourself a favor and step into the 4th Avenue Pub. It's a great place to have a beer, and if you've stepped into any number of bars and gotten the wrong vibe,...
Full disclosure: I've never actually been to Germany or Oktoberfest, so I don't know what that beer-soaked bacchanalia is really like, but Radegast Hall and Biergarten in Williamsburg is what I picture when I think of the real deal in Munich. It's a neighborhood staple, and a true destination for beer-lovers and schnitzel-fiends alike. It's great for birthday parties, a fantastic place to start or end your night, and is really just the kind...
Rosamunde Sausage Grill is a San Francisco institution that, like so many other places, has found a successful home in Brooklyn. The original location is a tiny storefront on a nondescript stretch of Haight Street, next to Toronado, one of the country's top destination for craft beer. You order a sausage, then push your way through the barn door that connects the two and eat, drink and be merry. They've done their best to...

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