Wednesday, May 5, 2010

99+ Bottles of Beer on the Wall

Making the trek over to York Ave often feels like a hike. There really is no need to head over that far east, unless you want to walk along the river. But now you have two reasons, the second is to share a beer with friends. Located out east is David Copperfield's House of Beers, which is the perfect location for trying out various craft beers both on tap and in bottles. There are 30 craft beers on tap that rotate regularly and over a hundred bottled options from all over the world. This is the perfect location to take both the beer snob and the guy who just wants an inexpensive beverage. The average price of a pint is about six bucks, the average price you find around town. Or you can indulge in the $10 happy hour special, which is a beer stein large enough to go swimming in. Every night David Copperfield's offers different specials on both food and drink The menu is extensive, your standard bar food options. You may need to plan ahead to travel that far east, but its well worth the hike.


Jonesy said...


Cute blog! I see you live in New York. Please stop by my blog when you get a chance. I'm doing a great New York Giveaway : ) I think you'll enjoy.

Anonymous said...

Couldn't agree with you more. I went to DC's last week and the beer was excellent. As an IPA drinker, there was an ample selection on tap---Founder's Double IPA, Butternut's Brutus IPA, Oskar Blues Gordon (to name a few). I'll be heading back very soon. Jeff

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