There’s something about The Grange that feels like it doesn’t belong in NYC. And that something is space. When you’re looking to eat somewhere that won’t feel like a subway car, come to this big neighborhood spot in Hamilton Heights that has a long bar, many tables, and outdoor seating under a big red awning. They serve locally-sourced comfort food, but with lots of craft cocktails and a great beer selection, it’s also a place we’d recommend for a drinks-and-snacks situation.
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