Time Out says
William Drawbridge joins the grand tradition of floating boîtes (The Frying Pan, Grand Banks) with this permanently docked 100-person barge, offering seating onboard and on land. Cocktails play on summery classics, including the Barg-elata (pilsner, lime, Chamoy hot sauce) and a Salty Spotted Chihuahua sloshed with tequila, lemonade and blueberries. Beyond booze, find straightforward fare like a sirloin burger on brioche, skirt-steak sandwiches with BBQ sauce and salmon fillets with lemon-citrus glaze. But the barge is set to be more than just a scenic space for outdoor dining and drinking: The team is also offering maritime programs such as kayaking, sailing, stand-up paddleboarding and community fishing.
3 Milton St
|Cross street:||at West St|
|Transport:||Subway: G to Greenpoint Ave|
|Price:||Average drink: $10. AmEx, MC, V.|
|Opening hours:||Daily 11:30am–2am|
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Users say (7)
Average User Rating
4.2 / 5
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It's out of the way from most crowds and has tons of space, not to mention it's right on the East River, literally, and you have the best views of the Manhattan skyline possible. Food and beer available, but the seller is the space.
Went to visit this summer. The views were unmatched, but the actual experience was a little bit less than spectacular. Everything online says the place takes cards (it doesn't, so bring cash). We had to use their $3.50 ATM, and then I ordered a Dark 'n Stormy (which is on their menu), and I actually have no clue what they gave me...it definitely wasn't anything like that, plus it was watered down. If you're going, drink beer.