Team Watt has long been a fan of good cider and Brooklyn Cider House delivers – right from the keg!
The Brooklyn Cider House holds a dominant position amidst Bushwick’s semi-industrial wastelands that are fast becoming hot property. As the home to most of New York’s creative community, they have a ready-made customer base of smart, savvy regulars who have a taste for something different – like their menu of Korean-fusion treats – possibly the last thing you’d think about when you think about a cider house. But it works amazingly.
Set on a corner block in what looks like it was once a garage or gas station, Brooklyn Cider House has a large outdoor deck, an open beer garden for the overflow from the deck and indoor dining options. It’s super casual day and night, with bar snack, dry ciders and local craft beers and wines. The apples come from their very own orchard up at New Paltz and are brewed onsite in large wooden kegs.
At night, you can choose to dine ala carte or go with the set menu. If you order the full shebang, they will let you tap your own cider, straight from the eight foot kegs just behind the bar area. If you like cider, bacon, Korean food and live music, the Brooklyn Cider House is worth the slight detour from the Jefferson L stop.
The Brooklyn Cider House is a bar and restaurant with fresh flavors and home brewed apple ciders.
1100 Flushing Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11237
The Cider House is only 5 minute’s walk from the Jefferson L station in Bushwick. It’s worth the trek and you can check out all the amazing street art in the area while you’re there.
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