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Stop by at The Bronx Beer Hall after a tiring shopping spree at the Arthur Avenue Retail Market. It is the best place to enjoy craft beers amidst the atmosphere filled with symbolic cultural memorabilia. Enjoy some finest draft beer by borough namesake Jonas Bronck's Beer Co. or classic wines from the New York State wineries. The food menu created by Chef David Greco features authentic food done the Bronx way, with bar cuisine that features burgers, fries and pizzas. Wind up your meal with appetizing New York chocolate egg cream stout or Doc's draft's cranberry cider.
If you are in the mood for scrumptious pizzas and home-style Italian meals, Antonios’ Trattoria won’t disappoint. Dig into Cold Antipasti, House Salad prepared with olives, gourmet greens, carrots, tomatoes and onions flavored with balsamic vinaigrette and Lasagna Di Casa which is fresh pasta layered with chopped meat, ricotta, mozzarella, plum tomato and romano cheese. You can also opt for Italian seafood like Veal Sorrentino or the Shrimp Francese. Pair the meals with an Italian wine for a more authentic experience. When you try out this restaurant, don’t forget to check into yelp and get a free glass of wine with your meal.
Buddha Beer Bar is a cool cafe which serves food, whiskey, wine and beer along with hosting weekly events. As an additional feature they are also providing t-shirts which are specially designed and are available for purchase on request. Event photos can be accessed through their website.
At Half Moon, while your taste buds are being treated to delicious American fare, you also get to feast your eyes on breathtaking views of the Hudson. You can sit indoors and marvel at the view through the glass windows; alternatively, you can dine al fresco right by the waterfront. You can sample raw plates of chilled lobster and citrus scallop ceviche, after which there are scrumptious preparations like the Montauk clam bake, sesame crust tuna and crisp skin salmon to feast on. There is a bar area indoors, and you can even relax at the outdoor South Beach Bar, weather permitting.
The dream of chef Nicole O'Brien and her husband, Senator O’Brien who is also the wine director, The Pandering Pig opened its doors in 2015. This very compact space has carved a niche with their medley of French and Northern California fare. Terming it as "FreNoCal," their creative menu is an interpretation of the classic dishes. Using only organic ingredients, the list is small but mighty in flavors. Savor their dishes like Coq au Vin, roasted cauliflower and grass fed lamb shank. Kids also have something for them in their menu. Complement your meal with tap beer or wine.
It's not just the cuisine at Fig & Olive that's Mediterranean; the whole restaurant has a Mediterranean vibe. Limestone-washed stucco walls, basket lamps and ceilings the color of terra-cotta, together with olive trees and rosemary plants provide you with a great escape to the tropics. House specialties include fig and balsamic vinegar glazed branzino, lemon sole papillote and rosemary-grilled lamb chops, and delicious confections like marzipan cake and mango sorbet are a great way to end the meal. The bar provides you with numerous wines and cocktails.