This come-one, come-all suds haven brings brew-house cred to Harlem. Beer is the thing, with a focus on crowd-pleasing classics rather than hard-to-find geek bait. A diverse crowd congregates around recycled-wood picnic tables to hoist a selection of ten mostly European drafts—such as malty imperial pints of Fuller's London Pride—plus more than a dozen international bottles, including Harlem’s own Sugar Hill Golden Ale. The Euro-café vibe makes the bar a popular option for weekend brunchers (order a “Bierlini” with strawberry-flavored Früli and prosecco if you need a little hair of the dog), and there’s a full menu of global drinking grub (burgers, empanadas, currywurst) at night as well.
|Venue name:||Bier International||Contact:|
2099 Frederick Douglass Blvd (Eighth Ave)
|Cross street:||between 113th and 114th Sts|
|Opening hours:||Mon–Thu 4pm–2am, Fri 4pm–4am, Sat noon–4am, Sun noon–2am|
|Transport:||Subway: B, C to 116th St|
|Price:||Average beer: $7. Cash only|
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