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The Boat

NYC PubSmith Street, Cobble Hill - a good long narrow dimly lit drinking den with no name on the door (the door is metal with three slant windows in it - that's all i can say).

Perfect for a beer or two. A great juke box and chance to let your hair down. Beware of roving gangs of British fashion industry girls.

Guy's Diary posts about The Boat
SATURDAY 10th JANUARY : STRIKING ROCK BOTTOM

Alternative Pub Ideas from www.manhattanusersguide.com/

1. Blind Tiger Ale House, 518 Hudson [10th] 212.675.3848. Over two dozen draught micros. March 10: 5 on draft from Colorado's New Belgium brewery.
2. Brewsky's, 41 E. 7th [2nd/3rd] 212.420.0671. A dozen on tap, over 170 bottles.
3. Burp Castle, 41 E. 7th [2nd/3rd] 212.982.4576. A dozen on tap, over 170 bottles.
4. d.b.a., 41 1st Ave. [2nd/3rd] 212.475.5097. Over a dozen on draft, plus three hand-drawn cask ales.
5. Ginger Man, 11 E. 36th [5th/Mad] 212.532.3740. Sixty or so brews on tap.
6. Loreley, 7 Rivington [Bowery] 212.253.7077. A dozen German brews on draft, another dozen in bottles. Tasting March 19th of special German beers, plus full dinner.
7. Waterfront Ale House, 540 2nd [30th] 212.696.4104 and 155 Atlantic [Clinton/Henry] 718.522.3794. Twenty on tap.

Posted by Guy Brighton on July 18, 2004 in Brooklyn, Pub | Permalink

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