Great place to hang out, food def. getting better.
I live in the neighborhood and have been in here a few times -- love the music and it's a nice place to hang out. I've eaten here about 3-4 times, and have to say that the first was not so impressive, but they've definitely worked some kinks because it's gotten really good. Loved the welsh rarebit the last time, and the bartender was really friendly.
Citysearch Editorial Review.
Who needs bells and whistles? This British pub with Brooklyn style (bare bricks, pressed-tin ceiling, windows opening onto the sidewalk) is an unpretentious hangout for South Slope neighborhood folks looking to unwind with a pint and sports on the telly. The 16 taps include microbrews and imports like crisp Radeberger (priced at $5 a pint), plus a well-poured Guinness and Belgian standout Delirium Tremens ($6). The Black Horse is busiest on weekend morns, when soccer fans cheer on teams like Chelsea and Manchester.