Wednesday 18th October 2017,

Brooklyn Beer Gardens: Our Top 5 Beer Gardens in Williamsburg and Downtown Brooklyn

With summer approaching, it’s time to discover local hotspots suited for the season. Kick back at a breezy beer garden—a guaranteed good time with sunshine and plenty of ale. Grab a few friends and head out to one of our top five Brooklyn beer gardens.

 

Radegast Hall & Biergarten

In the heart of Williamsburg, visit Radegast Hall, an authentic “Biergarten” with a Brooklyn twist serving a variety of beers from Germany, Belgium, Scotland and more. If wine is more your style, choose from fine reds, whites and rosés. Try traditional German grub from Bratwurst to Weisswurst, two of this Williamsburg beer garden’s mouthwatering sausages.

113 North 3rd Street, Williamsburg

 

Spritzenhaus 33

After a relaxing afternoon in McCarren Park, end the day with suds at Spritzenhaus 33 just across the street. Its communal table setup is great for groups, whether they be friends or family. The menu doesn’t disappoint either. Choose from a vast selection of lagers and ales on draft or bottled. Try their Belgian Fries or Soft Pretzel for a light bite. Gluten-free options are also available.

33 Nassau Avenue, Greenpoint

 

Greenwood Park

Beer and bocce ball courts—what could be better? Nestled in ‘South Slope’ (South Park Slope) is Greenwork Park, a true gem with 60 beers on tap. Outdoor seating is ideal for spring and summer months, but their fireplace can provide year-round comfort. Try the delectable Mac & Cheese or Grilled Lamb Burger.

555 7th Avenue, South Slope

 

Black Forest Brooklyn

Black Forest Brooklyn is a Fort Greene “Biergarten & Kaffeehaus” neighborhood favorite. Wind down after work or visit on weekends to enjoy their Black Forest Boozy Brunch. Add $19 to any entrée and sip on all-you-can-drink mimosas, biermosas or bloody Marys for up to two hours. Brunch entrees include the Rolled Omelet and Black Forest Benedikt.

733 Fulton Street, Fort Greene

 

The Well

If live music sounds fun while drinking and dining, The Well is the place for you. This beer garden in East Williamsburg features a spacious patio, regular performances and an impressive beer list with 50 on tap, 51 canned, and 153 bottled options to choose from. Take a look at their extensive beer menu!

272 Meserole Street, East Williamsburg

 

Looking for a Bite to Eat Before the Bar?

Make dinner plans and choose from our favorite Brooklyn Heights restaurants. Tweet us your favorites at @FurnishedQ.

 

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Hunter McMillian
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