With bars in Park Slope (Mission Dolores, the Owl Farm) and Carroll Gardens (Bar Great Harry) under their belt, beer-loving brothers Ben, Seth and Mike Wiley venture farther north for their latest drinkery, Gloriette Baldy. Housed in a former Bed-Stuy hair salon, the bar joins spots like Bed-Vyne Brews and Black Swan in bolstering the neighborhood’s craft-beer scene. This 55-seat drinkery echoes the divey, low-key vibe of the trio’s other watering holes: exposed brick walls, linoleum floors and two rock-themed pinball machines. Twelve taps rotate among drafts both local (Bronx Brewery, Barrier Brewing Co.) and out-of-state (Michigan’s New Holland, Maryland’s Stillwater Artisanal Ales). A bottle-of-the-month program highlights large-format brews, while four types of chili (lamb, chicken, beef and vegetarian) are available to accompany the booze. 502 Franklin Ave between Fulton and Hancock Sts, Bedford-Stuyvesant, Brooklyn (347-529-1945)
Glorietta Baldy debuts in Bed-Stuy
Knock back cold ones at this 55-seat bar—showcasing both local and out-of-state beers—from the brothers behind Mission Dolores and Bar Great Henry.