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12th May
2010
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1st Ave. btw 2nd and 3rd St.

Between Brick Lane and Houston on First Avenue, there isn’t much to do beside smoke hookah, so when a bar plants itself in the middle, you hope for the best.  Close but no cigar.  In the vein of hipster bars inundating anything with half a mile of the L train, we’re given this huge bar downtown.  No regular taps here, just your standard local Brooklyn basement brewer’s concoctions.  There wasn’t much going on in the way of a crowd, even at 1 in the morning.  Pints were your average microbrew prices ($7-ish) and tasted generic.

www.drinkgoodstuff.com/ny/default.asp

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