Milk & Hops (Astor Place), Midtown (Closed)



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milk hops astor place midtown



milk hops astor place midtown



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NEW YORK CITY | Milk & Hops (Astor Place) is one of three Milk & Hops venues in New York City, and is the answer to anyone who has ever asked themselves “why isn’t there a craft beer bar that takes its cheese as seriously as it takes its beer”. Ok, so nobody probably actually asked that question, but where sure glad that someone answered it.

Milk & Hops is the creation of Yang Gao and Rick White. Gao ran a wine and spirits store in Astoria, Queens at the time and decided to rectify the fact that there wasn’t a good boutique cheese or craft beer store in the area. Milk & Hops is all about giving customers a place where they can find a carefully curated selection of craft beer, cheese and gourmet goodies to take home or enjoy in store.

The Astor Place location has 10 taps of American beers available as 12oz pours or growlers to take away. If there’s not a beer that you want on taps, there are a few hundred beers on the shelves and in the fridges that will contain something you want. You can also purchase bottles to take away. For food it’s of course Milk & Hops’ selection of some of the best cheeses and charcuterie from around the world, again to either take away or enjoy in store as grilled cheeses, sandwiches, or cheese plates.

Along with the three Milk & Hops locations, the owners also own two shops called Astoria Bier & Cheese, which are basically the Queens versions of Milk & Hops, which are all in Manhattan.

Milk & Hops (Astor Place)

779 Broadway
New York
New York 10030
United States

Telephone: 212 995 5588
E-mail: n/a

Mon – Thu: 12:00pm to 11:00pm
Fri – Sat: 11:00am to 12:00am
Sun: 11:00am to 10:00pm

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