Flatiron Hall News

Read what people are saying about our intimate beer hall.

New York Post

New York Post

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.

Citybuzz

Citybuzz

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.

Playboy

Playboy

This year, mix the perfect style cocktail. Break with tradition and pull yourself together in an unexpected way, inspired by and photographed at NYC restaurant and beer mecca Flatiron Hall.

Thrillist

Thrillist

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.

Madison Park News

Madison Park News

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.

LocalBozo

LocalBozo

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.

DNAinfo

DNAinfo

FLATIRON — Chicken tikka masala wontons and other quirky appetizers are on the menu at a new two-story beer hall in Flatiron.

UrbanDaddy

UrbanDaddy

There’s a bug going around that you should know about. It turns things into enormous, elaborately appointed beer halls.

Zagat

Zagat

With nary a website or press release, the owners of Houston Hall have quietly opened a sister location on West 26th Street, appropriately named Flatiron Hall.

NOMAD

NOMAD

Flatiron Hall has now officially opened at 38 West 26th Street, further extending that street as one of the hottest strips in New York City.

Manhattan Sidewalk

Manhattan Sidewalk

Following on the success of his downtown Houston Hall, owner Joe Bloostein opened the doors to this ode to beers in the spring of 2013, and has been humming along since.