Croxley's Abbey

Bars, Sports Bars Williamsburg
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Adhering to signs broadcasting "We do not carry Bud, Coors or Miller," the 48-beer lineup at this upscale sports bar features craft brews like Bear Republic Red Rocket, Founders Centennial IPA and Victory Golden Monkey. In the 234-seat space—fitted with mahogany floors, a Carrara-marble bar and 38 flatscreens—find Belgian-inflected plates, including knockwurst sandwiches, carbonnade flamande (sweet-sour beef stew) and six preparations of mussels (Fra Diavolo, provençal).


Venue name: Croxley's Abbey
Address: 63 Grand St
Cross street: between Kent and Wythe Aves
Opening hours: Mon–Thu 5pm–2am; Fri 4pm–2am; Sat, Sun noon–2am
Transport: Subway: L to Bedford Ave
Price: Average beer: $6. AmEx
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Jaime B

Croxley's is great! It’s a casual sports-bar restaurant in an otherwise very hipster neighborhood, and it’s got a huge beer list—something like 40 taps and more than 90 bottles, so it has something for everyone, whether you want a standard beer or want to try something more adventurous. It's also massive, so it's easy to go to with a big group of people. Also, the wing deal (20 cents/wing) is pretty awesome. When it's jam-packed on game days, you either have to join in or get out. It can be too much to handle if you're expecting a leisurely meal that day.

Lori M

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!

Vivienne v

This is my go-to spot for watching basketball! I'd take a guess that about 80% of the walls in this place are covered by plasma TVs, which means that every sports fan is a happy sports fan! I personally get stressed having to worry about a bar showing the playoffs (and multiple games at the same time) while there's a big baseball or hockey series going on at the same time. They've got access to all the sports channels you could possibly imagine, and there are daily drink and food specials—check the website before you go! Bonus: They'll almost always turn off the music and switch on commentary if you request it!