Bars, Beer bars Greenpoint
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One hundred taps dispense craft brews at this massive Greenpoint gastropub, from owner Robert Shamlian (Spitzer's Corner, Fat Baby). The 6,000-square-foot beer hall features a wood-burning oven and a marble bar. Hopped up drinkers can line their bellies with salty snacks, like sausages and pretzels, from a German-focused menu.


Venue name: Spritzenhaus
Address: 33 Nassau Ave
Cross street: between Dobbin and Guernsey Sts
Opening hours: Daily noon–4am
Transport: Subway: G to Nassau Ave
Price: Average drink: $8. AmEx, MC, V
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Chloe W

I’m not familiar with any other places where you can just order a liter-sized mug of beer – yes, you read that right – so Spritzenhaus is worth visiting based on that alone. The beer list is as expansive as a beer hall should be, and the long tables and jenga sets make it a perfect place to hole up with your friends on a long winter night.

For when you’re hungry, head to the back of the bar and get a sausage with a topping of your choice piled on top. Aside from the fact it will fill you up until tomorrow, it’s exactly the kind of food you’ll want when you’re tipsy.