NYC, how I love thee – let me count the ways. First, let’s start with the Grand Opening of West End Hall.
If this sounds familiar, it might be because it was previously mentioned as part of the deets during the visit to Clinton Hall for the Taste of the Bruery couple of weeks ago.
Let’s just say, it was worth the wait.
Nothing beats a hot summer day like cooling off by kicking back a few brewskies, listening and dancing to great music.
It doesn’t stop there!
Guests also had the chance to sample some outrageously delicious finger food including halibut tacos, roasted pork resting on mini fried taco shells, fresh cut french fries showered with shaved truffles and chopped cilantro and other selections.
This new location is unique due to some really cool reasons. It’s not enough that it is planted on 106 and Broadway – however, the main reason this particular beer garden stands among the rest, is because it utilizes a flux capacitor.
Hold on, I will explain!
This is the most advanced technology in beer production. It controls precise and exact gas blending of each beer recipe through the capacitor – promising to deliver an authentic and even more delicious serving of beer with a scientific approach.
The grand opening of West End Hall also featured guest bartenders showing off their skills behind the bar.
What to expect when you visit:
-30 bottled beer options and 20 draught beers and ciders on rotation.
– Awesome and friendly staff.
– A very spacious backyard garden ready to keep your conversations private while enjoying fresh air under the huge tents.
-Hopefully, break out on a footloose session on the floor.
I can’t tell you what to do, however, I can only suggest and recommend to check it out the next time you’re on the Upper East Side – because the West End Hall is good times, guaranteed.
For more information on West End Hall, click here. See you then.