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WERE PRETTY PROUD OF WHAT WEVE DONE AT KEG 229, BUT WE ARE ALWAYS THRILLED WHEN THE PRESS THINKS SO TOO. HERE ARE SOME OF THE RECENT MENTIONS:
Time Out: Keg No. 229
Set back from the foot traffic of touristy South Street Seaport, this sleek watering hole is a beer lover’s retort to the grapecentric Bin No. 220 across the road.  « read more »
The Feed first look: Keg No. 229
The team behind sleek Financial District wine bar Bin No. 220 opens Keg No. 229, a similarly stylish American craft-beer bar, across the street. Housed in a 200-year-old building, the space features original exposed brick and black-and-white patterned wallpaper.  « read more »
Pour your own beer at Keg No. 229. Or don’t.
Over the past week, a handful of local blogs have been abuzz with news that a new bar had opened downtown that lets you pour your own beer. I was suspicious. The concept of pouring your own beer sounds much better in theory than in practice, I thought.  « read more »
Bar Review: Keg No. 229
The narrow-minded New Yorker who claims that the FiDi has no culture is simply in need of a visit to Keg 229. Come by on weeknights or game days, and you'll see more than Midwestern moms and frat boys chilling at the Seaport—you'll see the heart of the 'hood competing for the high score in ounces of beer consumed.  « read more »
229 FRONT STREET / NEW YORK, NY / 212.566.BEER (2337)
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