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"Signature Salami, Suds at La Birreria"

La Birreria sits atop the Flatiron Distrcit's gourmet Italian food court Eataly, offering yet another casual European creation from culinary powerhouses Mario Batali and Joe Bastianich. Head brewer Peter Hepp Jr. has collaborated with Sam Calagione of the iconic Dogfish Head Brewery to create house beers that are naturally carbonated and conditioned in large casks as well as more conventional drafts, all of which are made on the premises. While Birreria advertises itself as a beer garden, the food is really the centerpiece of the experience. Batali's influence shines through immensely here, charcuterie and cheese platters joining Italian-style sausages and sides that burst with enough flavor to match the signature suds. Such quality, however, comes at a bit of a premium. Prices can be a bit steep, especially for those who plan to spend some time drinking and nibbling. The quality more than makes up for the price, though, and it is certainly possible to do Birreria on a budget. Perfect on nice days when the retractable roof opens, La Birreria is a unique beer garden experience in downtown Manhattan.
200 Fifth Avenue, New York, NY, United States, 10010
Today: 11:30 AM - 10:00 PM Open Now
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Sunday to Wednesday 11:30 AM to 10:00 PM
Thursday to Saturday 11:30 AM to 11:00 PM
"Signature Salami, Suds at La Birreria"
La Birreria sits atop the Flatiron Distrcit's gourmet Italian food court Eataly, offering yet another casual European creation from culinary powerhouses Mario Batali and Joe Bastianich. Head brewer Peter Hepp Jr. has collaborated with Sam Calagione of the iconic Dogfish Head Brewery to create house beers that are naturally carbonated and conditioned in large casks as well as more conventional drafts, all of which are made on the premises. While Birreria advertises itself as a beer garden, the food is really the centerpiece of the experience. Batali's influence shines through immensely here, charcuterie and cheese platters joining Italian-style sausages and sides that burst with enough flavor to match the signature suds. Such quality, however, comes at a bit of a premium. Prices can be a bit steep, especially for those who plan to spend some time drinking and nibbling. The quality more than makes up for the price, though, and it is certainly possible to do Birreria on a budget. Perfect on nice days when the retractable roof opens, La Birreria is a unique beer garden experience in downtown Manhattan.
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