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With hundreds of new, unfamiliar craft beers on shelves these days, a lot of people tend to assume they've chosen the wrong brand when they get a taste of something they don't like.
There are now more gluten-free options than ever at Flatiron Hall.
With 12 special beers on tap at all times and a 25-foot Victorian style bar from the old Commodore Hotel, this restaurant and beer hall is a great rustic spot to grab a drink and a bite while watching the basketball games.
Flatiron Hall, a vintage-inspired beer garden serving oversized pretzels and a selection of local brews from Greenpoint Brewery in Brooklyn
Huffington Post - Finally, a musical that's all about beer!
Juliet Huddy and Ines Rosales of Fox 5 Morning News stopped by for a few cocktails and giant pretzel.
Flatiron Hall has become a welcome addition to the techy venture capitalists of Flatiron District.
If you spend any amount of time on the subway (even under the best of circumstances), you're probably gonna need a drink. Or several drinks.
With a bevy of cool new bars and restaurants on a single block, the Flatiron District’s 26th Street is really heating up. #1 Flatiron Hall — With its handsome polished wood bar and chandeliers, you might think this watering hole dates back 100 years — but you’d be off by about 99 years and six months.
Take a step back in time and visit the Flatiron Hall! Indulge in their delicious, beer hall cuisine, including pastrami spring rolls and their signature giant pretzels with cheddar ale dip.
If you want to get rowdy in the Flatiron, this new beer hall is your go-to for 501p steam-letting. If you want to get kinda-rowdy, the upstairs will be a little more subdued than the full-on beer hall basement.
There is a new restaurant and beer hall called Flatiron Hall now open at 38 West 26th Street (between Broadway and 6th Avenue) just west of Madison Square Park.
Make no mistake about it- 2013 in the New York bar scene is all about the openings of spacious beer halls and biergartens all over town.