Monday, March 17, 2008
Huckleberry Bar, Williamsburg, Brooklyn
They are consistent. I've rolled through three times now and dissapointment never came. The interior is clean with hints of ironwork, dark floors and comfortable seating areas. Through the wall of glass I also see there is a nice sized backyard which I am sure we will bring the Thirstday crew back to when the mercury in the thermometer gets more erect. Beyond the fact I read Bush blood was spotted there in the tabloids the place remains easy to breathe spacially. Staff has been attentative and treat with respect. There is a minor menu with sandwiches salads meats and cheeses (La Serena and Baby Jesus are greats) but their claim to fame is the mixed drinks. Its a seasonal change along with staples that make it into every menu reprint.
Not to forget, micro beers and imports being pulled at the pump. In the colder months they were pouring Anchor Steam Christmas Ale.
*** for consistency and a great selection
Huckleberry Bar, 588 Grand street (at Lorimer) Williamsburg Brooklyn