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Printable Pub Crawl Maps

     Financial District / Brooklyn Bridge Area          

          Fraunces Tavern (Financial District) - rich in colonial history with a beautiful interior

          Bridge Street Cafe (Financial District) - arguably the oldest bar in NYC

          Henry Street Ale House (Brooklyn Heights)

          Liberty Heights Tap Room (Red Hook) - offers tours to the neighboring Six Point Brewery


          Spuyten Duyvil (Williamsburg - #2 on beeradvocate nationwide list of beer bars.  need I say more?

          Brooklyn Brewery (Williamsburg - german beerhall feel + cheap tasty brooklyn.  take-out encouraged

          Barcade (Williamsburg - 80's arcade games and a great micro selection

          Mugs Ale House (Williamsburg - quiet place with great vintage bottles (#36 on the list)

          Brooklyn Ale House (Williamsburg - dog friendly bar with cheap beer

          The Levee (Williamsburg - jenga and beer!

          Clem's (Williamsburg - good prices

          Spikehill (Williamsburg)

     West Village

          Peculier Pub (West Village)

          Lederhosen-German Wurst and Bierhaus (West Village)

          Vol De Nuit (West Village)

          Greenwich Village Bistro (West Village)

          Chumley's (West Village)  - mainly for it's historic value

     East Village

          McSorley's Old Ale House (East Village) - another bar with incredible historical value, and a rowdy time

          Stanton Publick House (East Village)

          Swift (East Village)

          Hop Devil Grill (East Village)

          d.b.a. (East Village)

          Essex Ale House (East Village) - 3-8pm two-for-one happy hour deal every day

          Zum Schneider Restaurant and Biergarten - (Alphabet City)


          Grammercy Tavern (Grammercy) - highly recommended restaurant with great beer menu

          Old Town Bar and Restaurant (Grammercy) - a simple bar, rich in history

          Silver Swan (Grammercy) - delicious german food and a wide range of german beers to pair

          Waterfront Alehouse (Grammercy)


          BXL Cafe (Midtown) - A tiny authentic Belgian bar w/ delicious food and a great selection of beer

          The Ginger Man (Midtown) - Large venue with a huge tapline and and a vintage bottle list



          David Copperfield's (Upper East Side)