19th Century Bar w/ private snugs, pub food, fireplace & beer garden.
91 Greenpoint Ave
Brooklyn, NY 11222
btwn Manhattan & Franklin
“Close your eyes and imagine a nice English pub. Now take out the English people and fill it with creative young professionals who live in Greenpoint. That’s Black Rabbit. It’s a straightforward pub, but it isn’t tacky or smelly like something you’d find around the corner from Penn Station. You could bring a date here. Or you could bring some friends for their trivia night. They do it on Tuesdays, and it’s one of the best pub quizzes in the city. There’s also a nice little backyard where you can drink in the summer.” – theinfatuation
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“With 19th century floorboards and booths with saloon-style swinging doors, Black Rabbit takes a cue from the true spirit Prohibition-era bars: I’m here to drink, get out of my way. Upon entering here you feel like kicking back a few shots of whiskey, doffing your fedora to the barkeep, and sauntering off to punch Hemingway in the guts. It’s a noble endeavor for a New York speakeasy in the new millennium to cast off the popular artifice of “hiding” the bar, as the Back Room does, say, or as modern speakeasies like PDT do.” – NYC.com
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