Tuesday night Prix Fixe is easily becoming an addiction.
Justin, Trisha, Jenny and Sarah make the Tuesday night Prix Fixe even more irresistible than it should be. The menu is always a pleasant surprise. I love the signature coarse salt sprinkled on Justin's flavorful dishes and Trisha's desserts are just unbelievable! The beer is absolutely the icing on the cake. Get the beer pairings with your meal. Its actually a . . . steal. There. I said it!
Worth the trip from Manhattan.
Went there for as part of our anniversary weekend, and we spent some very enjoyable hours there. My boyfriend is a beer expert, and he was blown away by the selection. The food was a bit unexpected as well, mainly in good ways, with some tasty beer cheese to complement the brews. All in all, worth the trip from the UWS, and worth hitting again.
Easily the Coolest Bar in the Slope.
In a world of fast food and me too bar and grills, treat yourself to what is easily the coolest, freshest bar in Brooklyn. Beer Table offers up a real variety of craft beers with knowledgeable staff to steer you towards one or more that suit your palate.
Way underplayed and underrated are the tasty bites that are being served up from the kitchen. I am talking flavor and goodness that you cant find anywhere else. Treat yourself to a real new unique bar experience and get to the beer table tonight. Oh, brunch on the weekends is a must too. Enjoy.
Best Beer in Brooklyn.
The atmosphere at this nook is incredibly relaxed and refreshing. You will find the beer selection here unique and appealing even to the non-beer lover. The quality is unmatched anywhere in Brooklyn.
They recently added a special beer brunch to their repertoire on Saturdays and Sundays that starts at noon. Chef Julie's created a few masterpiece meals on the menu such as the waffles famous for being crispy on the outside and soft on the inside as well as the cheese grits escargot. I'm hooked on the escargot and their hand made white sausage! Delicious meals/beer, personable service, a must on your visit to the neighborhood.
Well-curated brews in wine-bar surroundings enliven Park Slope's sleepy northern end.. In Short Brooklyn's beer scene blossoms with this slender suds utopia. In a space lit with mason-jar lamps and decorated with pickled veggies, three communal wooden tables--no bar or bartender--are crowded with couples and hops heads, getting chummy and debating microbrews' merits. Seats are scarce, but nab one and you'll enjoy an extended sampling session focused on European and American standouts like Goose Island's potent Bourbon County Stout. The menu changes daily, so expect newfangled brews on every visit. Hits: Sick of crying babies? Bid Park Slope's stroller set adieu--at this quietly elegant space, the focus is on highbrow quaffs, not cooing infants.
Misses: Don't even think about rolling with a raucous posse. The three tables fill up quickly and there's no bar, which means nowhere to mill around or mingle.
Take A Seat At Beer Table!.
I went to Beer Table last Saturday with my girlfriend. As soon as we arrived we were greeted by the friendly couple that operate the place. If you don't know by now, Beer Table is set up in a very intimate way that promotes great conversation with strangers, along with the consumption of some of the most amazing suds on the Planet. When you go there start with the special, which will be poured from Justin's (the co-owner) special Tap which were made from his Grandmothers meat grinder (great touch). I drank at least three of them. Along with the Beers, the Cheese and Meat platter were excellent. It was great to know that they came from Grab which is directly across the street. Its always a pleasure to see small businesses working with each other. So head to Beer Table. Turn off your cell phone, take off your watch, and just enjoy what will soon become the hottest drinking establishment in the Slope.