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Map & Directions 177 S. 4th St.
Brooklyn, NY 11211
  • Sun 4pm-2am, Mon-Thu 5pm-4am, Fri-Sat 4pm-4am


Village Voice's Description

This heavily wood-paneled bar on the South side of Williamsburg features a thoughtfully-curated, constantly-changing drink menu and knowledgeable bartenders. Dram's cocktail list features flavorful house specialties that typically incorporate an unusual ingredient or creative combination while showing respect for the classic recipes. Additionally, members of the stylish clientele often just name a spirit and have the mixologists take it from there. During rush hour, the smallish space fills up, but the bartenders still take time to detail the ingredients in those custom orders for the curious tipplers. If liquor's not your thing, Dram offers 8 craft beers on tap (mostly American) and even more in the bottle (mostly European) that represent a variety of style and region. Crunchy, cheesy bar snacks pop up from time to time, and while you pay for the impressive, elaborate selection, Dram is much cozier and laid back than the similarly astute cocktail lounges in Manhattan. --Alex Spoto

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  • AskMen on 04/30/10

    We recommend you order the “North Garden,” an-off-the-menu concoction - aromatic bitters, Scotch, bourbon, apple brandy, sugar - that tastes like Scotch on MDMA. Also at Death & Company this summer.

  • The Corcoran Group on 11/17/11

    If you’re a cocktail novice, then this is your place. If you’re an expert, this is ALSO your place. Go off menu with the bartender’s selection, or try the Loose Noose!

  • Metromix on 03/11/11

    Highlights include the Gin Daisy ($9, cointreau, gin, lemon,syrup and Vichy water) & the "Knuck If you Buck" ($9, rye, homemade ginger beer, lemon & lime). Feeling risky? Try the Bartender's Choice.

  • Jenna W. on 12/22/10

    You can grab a fancy drink like the bastard but the classics are just as good

  • Rob H. on 09/05/11

    best cocktails in williamsburg

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