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The Malt House

Editorial Review

Craft brews, ambitious menu shake the Bleecker bar rut. Atmo comes courtesy of raw stone walls and dark wood bar. Craft brews are the order of the day, including Brooklyn Sorachi Ace and their own house amber. Elevated pub grub served for lunch, dinner, and weekend brunch. Mussels and frites, mac 'n' cheese, rib-eye sammies with provolone sauce. Better than the average undergrad or touron deserve.

Features

  • Bar Food
  • Bar Menu

Attributes

  • Price:
    $$
  • Vibe:
    Bustling/Boisterous
  • Bar Type:
    Pub, Neighborhood Bar

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