The team behind craft beer destination Alewife opened this Eastside beer hall combining two storefronts in one. From 7am to 4pm, passers by can stop in for a locally roasted coffee or pick up a growler of beer to-go. From the afternoon onwards, though, The Jeffrey morphs into a lively beer hall and outdoor patio featuring close to thirty brews on tap and in cans. On a recent trip, the selection included SingleCut Beersmiths Kim Hibiscus Sour Lager ($8), LIC Beer Project Dutch Kills Golden Ale ($10) and Interboro City Wide ($8). Oenophiles will be happy to note that the bar also offers a selection of local wines on tap, by the bottle and the glass, as well as cocktails. Round out the night with bar snacks like sriracha peas ($4) and red beet devilled eggs ($8), plus entrees such as a lamb burger with cucumber yogurt ($16) and pho-inspired tacos with braised steak and ramen noodles ($7 each).
The Jeffrey is a bespoke craft beer, cocktails and espresso bar combining two storefronts in one under the Queensboro Bridge on East 60th Street. During the morning rush and through early afternoon, The Jeffrey’s espresso and growler bar will be serving locally-roasted artisanal coffees from Cafe Grumpy, an assortment of breakfast pastries and growlers of beer-to-go. In the afternoon and evening, The Jeffrey morphs into a craft beer and cocktail destination featuring a highly-advanced, custom-built draft system from which 30 rotating hard-to-find international and local brews will be poured with temperature and pressure precision. A separate growler bar tasting area with 10 taps will be used for brewery nights and beer/bourbon/whiskey tasting classes. Rated one of the best Craft Beer bars on the Upper East Side.
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|Venue name:||The Jeffrey||Contact:|
311 E 60th St
|Cross street:||between First and Second Aves|
|Opening hours:||Daily 11am–2am|
|Transport:||Subway: N, W, R to Lexington Ave–59th St; 4, 5, 6 to 59th St|
|Price:||Average drink: $7. AmEx, DC, Disc, MC, V|
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