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Rattle n Hum
Midtown
Owner Patrick Donagher is more interested in converting craft-beer newbs than scaring them off: A giant chalkboard wall suggests craft alternatives to mainstream swill, and a daily-changing menu offers 40 mostly American drafts ($7--$9), to help you find your new favorite beer. Purists gravitate toward the casks (between two and four at any time), as well as some of the expert picks on the list of 150 bottles, including Jolly Pumpkin's funky La Roja sour ale ($21). See what strikes your fancy on the daily-changing menu (organized by style, with tasting flights available for curious drinkers), or dig into the bar's stash of seasonal ales.
Venue name: Rattle N Hum
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Address: 14 E 33rd St
New York

Cross street: between Fifth and Madison Aves
Opening hours: Mon–Wed, Sun 10am–2am; Thu–Sat 10am–4am
Transport: Subway: B, D, F, M, N, Q, R to 34th St–Herald Sq
Price: Average beer: $7. Amex, Disc, MC, V

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Ed Hahne

Had lunch today with a party of 6. In spite of there being only a few patrons at that time, we waited 10-15min. to order our first round. Lunch was later ordered, and 5 out of the six lunchs came out. Apparantly the 6th lunch for my wife was never put in. After close to 45 minutes of waiting it finally arrived and she sent it back. Another drink was forgotten and never served, and to add insult to injury, there was no adjustment to the bill for such inexcusably poor service. There are several good beer bars in NYC. There is no need to patronize this one.