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Henry Street Ale House

62 Henry St. (Orange & Cranberry Sts.) Send to Phone
718-522-4801 | Menu
Local brews and a classic comfort food menu make this Brooklyn pub cozy.

Dinner nightly
Open late Fri.-Sat.

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Henry Street Ale House Restaurant Review

: Let’s be honest: people don’t really come to this Brooklyn Heights annex of the Park Slope Ale House to eat. But if you need more stomach filler so you can endure another drink, the fare here is hearty and calorie laden: Elvis’ fried pickles, chili con carne, Southern fried chicken, burgers, soups and sandwiches. But the homemade brews such as Park Slope's Pale Ale and Big Shippy's Barley Wine (winter only) are not to be missed. You'll find the same old-fashioned tavern charm with iron-wrought ceilings and paneled walls as well as a dartboard for kicks.
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