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The Beagle

Map & Directions 162 Ave. A
New York, NY 10009
  • Full bar
  • Accepted, Highly Recommended
  • Street


Village Voice's Description

At the Beagle, it's easy to order multiple rounds of expertly made cocktails, such as the citrusy Airmail or the sherry-based Adonis, only to realize that you haven't even perused the bill of fare yet. But you can have a proper meal here, too. Chef Garrett Eagleton dabbles with international influences and plenty of Green-market hauls, to mostly impressive results. Highlights include grilled quail stretched over a bed of gooey grits, mussels and clams, and a half chicken, perfectly browned and crisp, flesh oozing with juice. However, service could be friendlier. Then again, this is the type of spot that caters to well-coiffed, slickly dressed kids who don't mind shouting to converse or making dinner reservations by e-mail-or, alternatively, waiting two hours for a table during prime hours.

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  • Time Out New York on 10/05/11

    Try the sherry cobbler. Bar mgr Dan Greenbaum adds raspberries muddled w/ a wedge of lemon & a splash of simple syrup to Lustau Dry Amontillado sherry. It’s one of our #100best dishes & drinks of 2011

  • Time Out New York on 02/01/12

    This East Village restaurant is outfitted with vintage wallpaper and pages from a 1915 etiquette text. Sample one of the pre-Prohibition quaffs, like the Sherry Cobbler (sherry and lemon juice).

  • The Golden Dog has a lovely smoky flavor. It features a peaty Scotch mixed with apricot liquor, Bénédictine, Lillet and bitters.

  • Tal S. on 08/16/11

    New spot! The bartenders here take their craft very seriously so order away. PS: it's not open on Mondays.

  • Village Voice on 11/07/11

    The Beagle does this latest trend justice with their Barrel-Aged Manhattan -- full of hints of yummy caramel & spice.

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