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Outdoor Restaurants and Bars



Outdoor Restaurants and Bars

Summertime in Brooklyn is one of a kind, with it’s trendy new restaurants and bars galore. Even die-hard Manhattan residents can’t help but make the trip to Brooklyn to take advantage of these go-to spots. Fortunately, our Downtown Brooklyn apartments at Hub has you living in the most desirable summer location, so no long trips are needed to get to the best outdoor spots in the city. Here is our list of Brooklyn’s must try outdoor restaurants and bars.


Berry Park

Berry Park has been a hot spot for a couple of years now, and its popularity continues to grow. Berry Park is a two-level beer hall with a large ground floor and gorgeous roof deck with views of the city. The beer hall is a great spot to watch the World Cup with their huge screens dedicated to soccer (or as some say it – “football”). Berry Park also features a fun game area with corn hole and giant connect 4. For those looking to meet new people, this is a popping spot to mingle while you’re single. 😉


William Vale – Westlight

The five-star hotel William Vale features a jaw dropping roof top bar called Westlight that is the gold standard of roof top bars. The bar, located on the 22nd floor, has sweeping views of New York City that will rock your world. The mesmerizing William Vale showcases award winning chef Andrew Carmellini, and visitors can enjoy small plates along with their unique spirits and creative cocktails. William Vale is the go to bar spot to wow a special someone or celebrate a special occasion.


Fourth Avenue Pub

 For a more laid-back and low-key scene, Fourth Avenue Pub is the place to go. This Beer Garden in Boreum Hill has a great outdoor patio and one of the best craft beer selections you’ll find. Just remember to pace yourself, as there isn’t a food menu! Fourth Avenue Pub has happy hour specials 7 days a week, making it a great spot for a quiet hangout with friends, and the perfect post-work happy hour.


Tin Kettle

Tin Kettle serves simple southern eats and drinks that make for those perfect Sunday comfort brunches that define NYC summer living. The restaurant has a quaint outdoor patio with a huge assortment of flowers encasing it. Dishes such as the Kentucky loaded poutine and hushpuppies are southern specialties, ready to sooth your stomach. For visitors interested in keeping the party going, Tin Kettle serves great well-priced cocktails and drinks.

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