Time Out says
The section of Tribeca dotted with drab government buildings is no longer a desert for quality beer. This expansive three-level restaurant and bar from the owner of Amsterdam Ale House boasts 22 taps—a mix of locals like Coney Island Brewing's Tunnel of Love watermelon wheat ale and internationals such as the hoppy Houblon Chouffe Dobbelen IPA Triple Ale from Belgium's Brasserie d'Achouffe—and about the same amount of reserve-list bottles. The name for this postwork meeting place refers to the street on the corner, but the look—wrought iron, candles and high ceilings—is cathedral-like. There are even a few church pews on the lower level.
78 Reade Street
|Cross street:||between Broadway and Church St|
|Transport:||Subway: A, C to Chambers St|
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