Northern Territory

Bars , Cocktail bars Greenpoint
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Named after Australia's topmost tip, this brick-walled Down Under pub from the Berry Park team features hand-painted murals from Bushwick street artists and—yes, here too—a rooftop bar for warm-weather boozing. Oz-bred beers including Foster's and Cooper's are available at the L-shaped bar, and the kitchen turns out pub grub like beef pies and grilled skewers (garlic shrimp, mint-marinated lamb).
Venue name: Northern Territory
Contact:
Address: 12 Franklin St
Brooklyn
11222
Cross street: at Meserole Ave
Opening hours: Mon–Fri 5pm–2am; Sat, Sun noon–2am
Transport: Subway: G to Nassau Ave
Price: Average beer: $6. Disc, MC, V
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Jaime B

Really I just love this place for the rooftop. Go on a weekday so you don't have to wait in line (although the roof has a lot of space). It has the perfect view of the Manhattan skyline and killer sunsets.

farrisss

Northern Territory is one of my favorite bars in the Williamsburg/Greenpoint area. Few roofs in that area have such a vast amount of space with great views of Manhattan. Bartenders can be a bit grumpy, but it's probably just because they never have a chance to rest with the crowds that gather there. Try the Territory's Tea - fresh muddled fruit and vodka, perfect for a summer day. You can't eat on the roof, but if you do feel like staying downstairs, the Grilled Skewers are great.

Evelyn D

I've never had a meal here, only hung out on the rooftop bar a few times. Really beautiful view, places to sit and chill, good beer! Also if you go on a weekend night get ready for it to be packed with a young mostly super hipster and bro-y crowd. My only complaint is that you can't order food upstairs (on the roof) but definitely worth going to!