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Black Horse Tavern

Map & Directions 568 Fifth Ave.
Brooklyn, NY 11215
  • Bar Food, British
  • Sun-Wed 24 Hours, Thu-Sat 2am-12am
  • MasterCard, Visa
  • Takeout, Wheelchair Accessible, Wifi Access
  • Brunch, Dinner, Late Night, Lunch
  • Full bar
  • Not Necessary, Accepted
  • Street


Village Voice's Description

If the service at this convivial British pub seems confused, its probably because the waiter has been working since 5am, serving beer to football fanatics from all over the world. Yes, the place is open whenever there"s an important football game on somewhere, no matter what time. As for the food, you don"t want to expect too much. On the other hand, much of it is solid pub grub. Get a full English breakfast, but ask for extra black pudding, which is the best part. (The fried bread comes in a close second.) Fish and chips, meat pies, and Sunday roasts are also on offer.

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  • Mitchell B. on 11/15/09

    Notice that new bar smell

  • Drink Local on 08/08/11

    Not only is this one of the best bars in Brooklyn to watch soccer, but they also have a fantastic craft beer selection. Locals on tap usually include Sixpoint Sweet Action and Brooklyn EIPA & Lager.

  • The Corcoran Group on 07/19/13

    THE place to watch soccer (football) in Brooklyn. The crowd here is super friendly, and the beer selection is great.

  • Tully D. on 05/01/11

    Grilled chicken sammy. Deelish.

  • Stephan M. on 10/23/10

    Mike Mendoza puts the "sexy" in "I slipped you a Xanax.". Tip him well it'll be the only thing you won't want to fall into a shame spiral for doing this evening.

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