The Pony Bar
New York, NY 10036
- Sun, Sat 12pm-4am, Mon-Fri 3pm-4am
Village Voice's Description
Any beer nerd will tell you that the Pony Bar is where you go to drink real beer. Not Coors Light, not Heineken, not even Stella Artois--just real beer. The place is loaded with a regularly rotating tap of 20 microbrewery beverages and two casks on the side; in a reflection of the Pony Bar's Americana-inspired wooden and workmanlike interior, the entire drink selection is made in the U.S.A. Each 14-ounce serving costs $5, including Stone Brewery's "malt and hop monster" Double Bastard Ale (11 percent ABV), Six Point's chocolaty Diesel Stout (6.6 percent), and Keagan Ale's coffee-aroma Joe Mama Imperial Coffee Stout (8 percent). Just reading those words tastes delicious, don't it?
Tips from foursquare
A fantastic, constantly-rotating beer selection that runs 20 taps deep. Two casks, too. Keep track of your beer choices to become a member of the "Pony All-American" club. 100 beers gets you a shirt!
Enjoy hard-to-find American craft beer at the beautiful wood bar.
If you venture out the West side of the island, you have to check this beauty out. Helpful staff and rotating cask and tap lines. However, you might want to get there early to get a seat!
They have a woodsy Americana vibe that goes with their cask ales and specialty brews--all on tap and all for $5. Check out happy hour (4:20 - 5:20 p.m.) for $4 brew.
You can’t say no to their happy hour special – all beers are $1 off from4:20 – 5:20. We like.
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