NYC

Brooklyn Cider House

Perfect For: Big Groups Brunch Eating At The Bar Unique Dining Experience
NYC

Brooklyn Cider House

Perfect For: Big Groups Brunch Eating At The Bar Unique Dining Experience
PHOTOS: Michael Tulipan

After each course of your meal at Brooklyn Cider House, a converted warehouse in Bushwick, your waiter will bring you to the barrel room, where he’ll open the spout on one of the giant tanks and you’ll “catch” more cider to drink with your next dish. This restaurant/bar/brewery serves a Basque-inspired prix fixe, which costs $37, and includes dishes like spicy chorizo and a very good bone-in ribeye - the optional unlimited cider (read: not-optional) is an additional $15. If you generally don’t think you’re a cider fan, know that the dry and funky ones here are a bit different from the Angry Orchard that’s been sitting in your fridge for the past two years. The tasting menu is a three-hour commitment, but it’s a good move for a unique date spot or a fun night out with a big group. And if you’re not ready to dedicate that kind of time, know you can also check this place out for small plates at the bar.

More NYC... Find Restaurants
You'll need a better browser for that!
Upgrade to Chrome and start finding Restaurants.