The Immigrant Tap Room

Bars , Beer bars East Village
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The Immigrant wine bar expands with a next-door beer tavern, furbished with exposed wood beams and antique chandeliers. In the train-car-slim space, choose from a rotating lineup of craft beers (Founders Red's Rye PA, Stone Smoked Porter, Left Hand Milk Stout) and all-American wines (an upstate dry riesling, a California cabernet). Post up at the 12-seat bar for a Rodenbach pint, or snag the long banquette in back for a meat-and-cheese plate (Murray's aged cheddar, dried sausage and pepperoni from Russo's).
Venue name: The Immigrant Tap Room
Address: 341 E 9th St
New York
Cross street: between First and Second Aves
Opening hours: Daily 6pm–1am
Transport: Subway: L to First Ave, 6 to Astor Pl
Price: Average beer: $6. AmEx, DC, Disc, MC, V
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Anyone who has ever had that argument over wine or beer or has that friend who refused to drink beer...well then the Immigrant is for you! It is a fantastic place with a fantastic idea. One bar, divided into side for beer and one side for wine and that is all you get. If you ended on the wrong side, you will be stuck with the drinks prescribed. We chose wine and the wine was great! It was a Wednesday night and fairly quiet so we had a table to ourselves and drank a bottle of dry red (the name eludes me) and were left alone to gossip in peace. A great place for a catch up with good value for money and no annoying waiters handing the bill as soon as your glass is empty!

Lindsey W

Super cozy simple bar in the East Village. I went with a friend and we got a combined 4 glasses of wine and a fruit & cheese plate and it was $61, which is a bit expensive for a bar? There is no happy hour which I hate but the experience was nice. The staff is super attentive and the food was very fresh. An ideal winter bar or a spot when you're trying to forget you live in a busy city.