The 3,000-square-foot garden attached to this bar provides much more room to drink outside than in, and is large enough to be divided into three levels. The middle area is covered with an awning, and boasts a six-foot projection screen. The extensive beer menu is kinda snarky—no Bud, Miller or Coors, it announces—but offers 30 exceptional drafts, such as the Belgian ale De Koninck. Or skip the suds and order a Frojito ($8), a frozen mojito that’ll knock the heat right out of you, wherever you drink it.
|Venue name:||Croxley Ales||Contact:|
28 Ave B
|Cross street:||between 2nd and 3rd Sts|
|Opening hours:||Mon–Fri 5pm–4am; Sat, Sun noon–4am|
|Transport:||Subway: F to Lower East Side–Second Ave|
|Price:||Average drink: $6. AmEx|
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Visited this bar on Lower East Side to sample their "World Famous" wings. It was about 100 degrees out, so I did not venture to the outside portion of the venue. Bar tender was friendly and attentive. Had a good selection of draft and bottled beers and multiple TVs for any sporting viewing. They had both bone and boneless wings and a variety of sauces. My favorite being the "Irish" sauce which included whiskey. The wings were ok. Not fried down to skeletal wings, but not juicy and plump, either. Just ok. I would guess they are "World Famous" for being ok.
This place has gone down hill! We have been regulars since they opened. Just waited over an hour for them to sit a couple and kid! When I approached the manager their policy is now only 3 to 4 to a booth. Of course the hostess could not inform us of these when we put our names in. Done! This is not how you do business during football season!