Time Out says
Owner Duke Quan (Duke’s) named this 55-seat bar-restaurant, tucked under the Williamsburg Bridge, after the Vietnamese word for "beer." Fifteen taps pour draft beers (Radeberger, Sixpoint, Founders) and tap wines to sip on the rooftop deck emblazoned with murals and overlooking the East River. Dig into Vietnamese plates—such as pork and chicken bahn mi sandwiches, com tam bi cha (shredded pork, egg and crabmeat served with rice) and bo kho duoi bo (oxtail stew)—at the 18-foot-long communal wood table inside. The space, a former auto-repair shop, retains industrial furnishings, like oil-drum tables and old auto-shop signs, as well as an upright piano in the corner.
67 South 6th St
|Cross street:||between Berry St and Wythe Ave|
|Transport:||Subway: J, M to Marcy Ave|
|Price:||Average main course: $12. Cash only.|
|Opening hours:||Mon–Thu 5pm–2am; Fri 5pm-2am; Sat noon–4am; Sun noon-2am|
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