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  Berry Park is the kind of place where you'd take a group of friends on a hot summer day for one of those day into night events, where you start off with a couple of beers and end up watching the sky change colors as the sun sets. It's got a little something for everybody -- currywurst for that friend who won't stop talking about their semester abroad in Berlin, a beautiful patio for...
Fette Sau is the kind of place where you go if you want to eat with your hands. It is the kind of place that puts a bunch of individually wrapped wet naps in a Mason jar near where you get your fork and knife. It's the kind of place that eschews plates and instead plops your food down on a thick piece of butcher paper, with soft potato rolls (fork and knife optional)....
When I first moved to New York from San Francisco, I was achingly homesick. I missed burritos and produce and craft beer I recognized. I wanted the comforts of home in a place that I was still trying to make my own, so when I stumbled upon Pacific Standard, I was pleasantly surprised. Located on that weird strip of 4th Avenue in what I like to call almost-Park Slope, Pacific Standard is a bar...
Lucky Dog is a special, wonderful place that combines two of your favorite things: good beer and puppies. If you're looking for a bar that's unpretentious, friendly and most of all, extremely dog-friendly, head south on Bedford Avenue and turn left at the sign with the painted dog on it. Here's why we like it so much, after the jump. Number of Taps: They have a rotating tap list of about twenty beers, with a...