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Huckleberry Bar

Huckleberry Bar

Joining joints like Jimmy's #43 and Cantina, Huckleberry is one of those bars that offer amazing food made in equipment-challenged micro-kitchens.


The Forum, one of the few lounges in Union Square territory, brings peace during the weekdays and boisterous partying on the weekends. Saturdays, for example, require plus-sized bouncers to monitor the swarms of cocktail-craving, dancing citizens.
Company Bar

Company Bar

If the hockey jerseys lining the walls at Company Bar don't draw you in, the great food and unpretentious atmosphere surely will. Stop by any night of the week for a refreshing round of hot wings and cold drinks.

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  • Bar Toto Restaurant

    411 11th St. Brooklyn, NY 11215
    718-768-4698 Everything is under $12 at this slightly Italian near-slope joint, but the crowd is a bit of the excitement-deprived newlywed or newly-toddler-bound. So, bring your own entertainment in the form of artist or activist friends, because the scene can be a bit numbing otherwise. Read more about Bar Toto Restaurant >>

  • Cafe Steinhof

    Cafe Steinhof

    422 7th Ave. Brooklyn, NY 11215
    718-369-7776 Enormous steins of German beer, plate-sized wiener schnitzels and piles spaetzle with browned, crispy edges can all be had for a song at this comfy, crowded Austrian joint. The best hangover cure in Brooklyn might be the smoked pork loin, topped with two poached eggs and served with craggy home fries. Also worth ordering: the goulash, featuring big, rough hunks of stewed beef, and the chicken paprika, drenched in a rust-colored cream sauce so tasty that you could drink a glass of it. Read more about Cafe Steinhof >>

  • Cantina Mexican Bar & Restaurant

    Cantina Mexican Bar & Restaurant

    494 4th Ave. Brooklyn, NY 11215
    718-369-5850 Located at the none-too-picturesque intersection of Fourth Avenue and 12th Street in Park Slope, Cantina is one in a long line of restaurants and bars that inhabited this space over the past couple of years. We were convinced it would meet the previous inhabitants' doomed fate, but this small establishment has nicely held its own, floating on happy-hour margarita specials. We suggest skipping the meal and ordering up the budget-priced margaritas with a side of chips and fresh guac. Read more about Cantina Mexican Bar & Restaurant >>

  • Excelsior


    390 5th Ave. Brooklyn, NY 11215
    718-832-1599 For those unaware, Excelsior ("Ever higher!") has taken New Yorkas state motto for its name. This liquor-serving incarnation of the slogan boasts an expansive, lush outside space with plastic flamingos. Play a few classics on the jukebox, which had Echo and the Bunnymen, the Psychedelic Furs, and INXS, and quaff a fresh, extra boozy ("Ever drunker!") margarita served in a tall pilsner glass. Most of the primarily button-down-shirt-and-khaki-clad bargoers seemed, not surprisingly, to live nearby, judging from the presence of several dogs, who wove among the bar stools and tables begging for a pat on the head. Read more about Excelsior >>

  • Farrellas


    215 Prospect Park W. Brooklyn, NY 11215

    Since 1933, Farrellas has maintained its reputation as a stronghold of the Irish American working class in Windsor Terrace. At the well-worn bar, men noticeably outnumber the women (legend has it that Shirley MacLaine was the first to change its menas-only policy, in the a70s). Those who venture here go for 32-ounce Styrofoam containers of Budweiser (a/k/a the Farrellizer, $4.25). Read more about Farrellas >>

  • Fourth Avenue Pub

    Fourth Avenue Pub

    76 Fourth Ave. Brooklyn, NY 11217

    Beers, beers and more beers. Fourth Avenue Pub is a place for beer lovers because they provide a rotating selection of 87 (yes, 87) beers for the lovely residents of Park Slope. With 27 beers on tap and 60 in bottles, this pub even offers free popcorn and the ability for you to bring your own food (BYOF?). The choices on drafts range from the Arrogant Bastard Ale to d'Achouffe Houblon Chouffee and everything in between. In bottles, make sure to pick up the Terrapin BFM Spike and Jerome's Cuvee Delirante. After grabbing a glass, plop yourself on the wooden benches inside or out in the garden backyard. With Fourth Avenue Pub's casual dive bar ambiance, be ready to possibly stay for at least a couple of drinks. --Briana Cheng Read more about Fourth Avenue Pub >>

  • The Gate

    The Gate

    321 5th Ave. Brooklyn, NY 11215
    718-768-4329 Should we go to The Gate, or Great Lakes? Great Lakes, or The Gate? A night in this end of Park Slope means youall usually wind up at one of the two, which one, depends on the weather. The Gate has a patio deck thatas packed hipster to hipster in the summertime, and the kind of dark-wood interior favored by specialty-beer pubs year round. Why do all of them have that same dA(c)cor? We imagine itas supposed to simulate monastic Belgian tAate-A -tAates with smokina Friar Tuck types. Read more about The Gate >>

  • Ginger


    363 Fifth Ave. Brooklyn, NY 11215

    The world looks wonderfully queer at this modest, dimly lit bar, where boisterous lesbians and co. sit on black cushioned stools clinking bottles of Heineken ($3) and a variety of mixed drinks ($7). The minute backyard isnat much to write home about, but as you sip on a draft of Bass ($4), listen to the indoor jukebox, and eye young flirtatious drinkers, you wonat mind the dodgy furniture and dips in the dirt. Read more about Ginger's >>

  • Korzo


    667 Fifth Ave. Brooklyn, NY 11215
    718-285-9425 The owners of this new Eastern European eatery have worked magic on the space, refurbishing the antique tin ceiling and brick walls, creating a hospitable bar area in front, and a small dining room in back. The menu is heavy on the dumplings and stewed meat, and the bar is stocked with German and Czech beer, Hungarian wines, and Becherovka, an herbal Czech liquor that is shaken into cocktails or sipped straight. Halušky, tiny dumplings tossed with tangy cheese, chives and bacon, have a comforting chew. Shredded celery root salad is aromatic with caraway and enriched with a tart buttermilk dressing. Read more about Korzo >>

  • Koze Lounge

    676 5th Ave. Brooklyn, NY 11215

    Eric Ng took over his parentsa storage roomastuffed with easy chairs, bikes, and basketball hoopsaand turned it into one of the few bars in the area. Populated mostly by neighborhood friends, Koze has been experimenting with varied forms of entertainment: live jazz, screenings of boxing matches, graffiti exhibitions, and Chaplin movies. Drinks are cheap: $3 for a draft beer and $5 for a mixed shot. Read more about Koze Lounge >>

  • Loki Bar

    304 Fifth Ave. Brooklyn, NY 11215
    718-965-9600 This gymnasium of a bar has three huge, separate rooms: one for standing/flirting, another for pool and darts, and the third for drunken lounging (on smushy, sleepy couches). In terms of orchestrating mass groupaget-togethers, this is a great find, although the music and drink selection is pretty mediocre. Read more about Loki Bar >>

  • Lucky 13 Saloon

    Lucky 13 Saloon

    273 13th St. Brooklyn, NY 11215
    718-499-7553 Step inside Lucky 13 every other Thursday night and you'll be treated to karaoke done properly, from a list that pits Anthrax next to Al B Sure. Itas a little like Arlene's Punk Rock Heavy Metal nights, without the live band and crush of metal dudes who live in their mom's basement. (These are Park Slope metal dudes and biker chicks after all, folks not afraid to stick a Mortal Kombat II video game amid all the taxidermied animals and rawk posters hanging from the ceiling. The vibe is slow and easy.) For liquid courage on the mike, Lucky 13 offers the classic dive special: $1 Pabst, at least till 9pm. Read more about Lucky 13 Saloon >>

  • McMahon's Public House

    39 5th Ave. Brooklyn, NY 11217

  • Mission Dolores

    249 4th Ave. Brooklyn, NY 11215

  • The Owl Farm

    The Owl Farm

    297 9th St. New York, NY 11215

    5th Avenue in Park Slope (the “Portland of New York”) seems to be a burgeoning pinball row. The next three bars can be fairly interchangeable for your plunger pursuits. But The Owl Farm—a brand new pinball-centric suds house from the Bar Great Harry/Mission Delores syndicate—is the most exciting addition for the tournament types. More games, more taps, and good hangout genes means you should start your 5th Ave. crawl here, right off of the avenue actually. Read more about The Owl Farm >>

  • Park Slope Ale House

    Park Slope Ale House

    356 6th Ave. Brooklyn, NY 11215

    An easy-going pub packed between brownstones, Park Slope Ale House is completely average, which means it's oftentimes the best place around. Order a burger, sip a pint, and talk with a friend in unpretentious surroundings. In a neighborhood rife with trendy shops, restaurants, and bars, sometimes this is just what the doctor ordered. Read more about Park Slope Ale House >>

  • Roots Cafe

    Roots Cafe

    639A Fifth Ave. Brooklyn, NY 11215

  • Skylark


    477 5th Ave. New York, NY 11215

    Next up on the 5th Ave. pinball bar stumble is this newishly renovated hep hang. A younger crowd gawks at the graphic marvels of the older games this place stocks to match the desired ‘70s kitschy vibe. An unusually cheap happy hour and “eh” food oil up the fingers for action. And those younger types will stink, so you can get on games quickly. Read more about Skylark >>