Brooklyn Kura is New York City’s first and only sake brewery and taproom. Which, for sake enthusiasts, is reason enough to go to Industry City and check it out (just keep in mind that they’re only open on the weekends). They have a number of different sake varieties, and in addition to those, you'll find snack options like toasted seaweed and a cheese board. In the warmer months, there’s outdoor seating that will make you feel like you’re in a tiny jungle between industrial warehouses. But the inside is also pretty nice to hang out in, and there’s enough seating for a group.
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