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Amity Hall

80 W. 3rd St. (Sullivan St.) Send to Phone
212-677-2290 | Order Now! | Menu
Greenwich Village beer hall with better-than-average pub grub.


 

Cuisine

Open
Lunch & Dinner daily
Open late
Features
  • Dress code: Casual

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Amity Hall, New York, NY


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Amity Hall Restaurant Review

: Claiming to be Manhattan’s only beer hall (it depends, we suppose, how you define “beer hall”), this Greenwich Village beer-centric bi-level spot boasts stone and brick walls, plenty of wood furniture and a wood-burning fireplace to add to the cozy vibe. There are 40 beers on tap (plus a small wine selection and a large whisky menu) from all over the world, including several local craft brews as well as some suds from Belgium. The food menu is a step above most grub-oriented pubs: a large variety of better-than-average stuffed burgers (filled with your choice of blue cheese, feta, short rib or bacon, among other options) as well as big salads and sandwiches (including a good porchetta panino) make this Third Street venue a fine place to while away an afternoon or evening.





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