Randolph Beer, Nolita

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NEW YORK CITY | Randolph Beer (Nolita) is a craft beer bar with a low ceiling, warm lighting and a lot of reclaimed wooden furniture. It’s a great place to grab a seat at the long bar of one of the booths (or out front if the weather’s good) and settle in for a bit of a session.

Across the bar’s 36 taps you’ll find a considered selection of mostly local beers categorised under headings like “Malt”, “Hop”, and “Funk”, and contain flavour notes too. It’s a good way to draw your eye to the kind of beers you might like, and the friendly and knowledgeable staff can always help out if you need more assistance. Tasting paddles aren’t offered at Randolph, with all beers served as either 16oz or 10oz pours (this can vary depending on the beer’s ABV and cost).

There’s also a reserve bottle list featuring limited and seasonal releases, spirits and a few wines, plus a surprisingly decent small cocktail list.

For food it’s pub favourites created using locally sourced, ethically farmed produce. Think sandwiches, salads and share plates. Each dish comes with a suggested beer style pairing too which is handy when ordering.

Randolph Beer also have locations in DUMBO and Nolita.

Randolph Beer (Nolita)

343 Broome Street
New York
New York 10013
United States

Telephone: 646 383 3623
E-mail: n/a
Website

Open
Sun – Wed: 11:00am to 12:00am
Thu – Sat: 11:00am to 2:00am

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