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Heartland Brewery Chophouse

127 W. 43rd St. (6th Ave. & Broadway) Send to Phone
This pioneer of microbrewing in NYC enhances its craft-brewed beers with hearty steakhouse classics.
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Heartland Brewery Chophouse Restaurant Review

: Deviating slightly from the chain of microbreweries that dot the New York dining landscape, this Heartland sibling goes for the gusto, serving up carnivore-friendly fare. Adventurous diners should try the buffalo ribs simply for novelty's sake; otherwise, opt for meaty entrées such as smoked rib-eye steak and porterhouse. The pre-theater menu (available from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m.) offers several choices of entrée, appetizer and dessert for under $30. That's the best way to go if you're on a budget; à la carte ordering can nudge the bill up to $50 per person. The selection of microbrews on tap elicits sighs of satisfaction from beer drinkers. In addition to the five permanent pours (Farmer Jon's Oatmeal Stout, three ales and a lager), there are always a few seasonal brews and special batches. An ample wine list is available to complement the classic steakhouse fare. Non-drinkers should try one of the homemade soda pops.

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