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Beer Gardens

  1. The Great Outdoors
    PHS’ Pop-Up Garden Now Open on Broad StreetThe garden is open now, but the food and drinks won’t be served for another week.
  2. Foodievents
    Bru Craft & Wurst Makes It Official With Grand Opening CelebrationsThe opening celebration will bring samples of food and drinks, plus discounts too.
  3. Openings
    Bru Craft & Wurst Brings Indoor Beer Garden, iPads and Self-Serve Suds toThe new beer hall soft-opened on Saint Patrick’s Day without incident.
  4. Coming Soon
    More Details Emerge on Center City’s Forthcoming Indoor Beer GardenThe new German-inspired watering hole will have iPads, and self-serve beer.
  5. Coming Soon
    Indoor Beer Garden Quietly Coming Together On Chestnut StreetIt’s looking like the German beer hall will be ready to open in about a month.
  6. Truckin’
    Philly Food Truck Festival Rolling Up On SugarHouse ThursdayIt’s one of Philly’s biggest food truck round-ups to date.
  7. Foodievents
    Frankford Hall Celebrates Oktoberfest With 16 Days of Eating and DrinkingCelebrations that will include ping pong tournaments, a pig roast, music, food and a bunch of beers, stretch out over more than two weeks.
  8. Nightlife
    Greenwood Park Beer Garden Has Neighbors PissedPublic urination, sex in cars, you name it.
  9. The Great Outdoors
    Opa Expands Outdoors With a ‘Secret’ New Beer GardenThe new space is now in a soft-launch mode, but opens for real on Monday.
  10. The Great Outdoors
    City Tap House Hosts Another Beer-B-Q; Memphis Taproom Reopens Its Beer GardenThe weekend sees the reopening of the Tap House’s patio and the Taproom’s beer garden.
  11. The Great Outdoors
    Talula’s Serves Brunch Al Fresco; Revolution House Re-Opens ItsThe lack of winter is bringing many city haunts outdoors early this year.
  12. Menus
    Burgers Beef Up Frankford Hall’s New MenuWill the roll-out of multiple burger options end the beer garden’s sausage fest?
  13. Closings
    It’s Last Call For Reading Terminal Market’s Beer GardenThe Beer Garden closes Monday, August 29.
  14. The Great Outdoors
    Tiato Joins The Beer Garden Club With Shark Sliders and Vietnamese BrewThe herb garden will feature 20 Asian and German drafts every Friday evening through September.
  15. The Great Outdoors
    ’Tis The Season for Outdoor Drinkin’We double Huff Po’s suggestions for great outdoor drinking.
  16. The Great Outdoors
    Chaya Brings Back Its Al Fresco Beer GardenIt comes with bacon and date and beef tongue skewers for two bucks. And then there’s the booze!
  17. Coming Soon
    Big Changes Coming to Reading Terminal Market’s Beer GardenYou will no longer be permitted to bring food from other vendors into the beer garden.
  18. Spot Check
    Spot Check: Frankford Hall, 7:30 P.M., Tuesday 5/17The beer garden’s gravel covered ground proved to be a challenge for at least a half-dozen overly primped women in high heels.
  19. Beer Me
    Four Seasons Gets in on the Beer Week Action With the ‘With Love’The hotle is setting up a beer garden for Beer Week.
  20. Openings
    Frankford Hall’s Opening Gets Pushed Back a WeekThough expansive, the new indoor-outdoor beer garden will be a more casual affair than Starr’s other entities.
  21. Foodievents
    Belly Up: Food Trust’s Night Market Returns For Beer WeekFor its long awaited return, the Food Trust’s Night Market will feature a beer garden.
  22. Coming Soon
    Starr’s Frankford Hall Shoots For a May OpeningThe new spot will called and Frankford Hall and its reportedly slated to open in just a few short weeks.
  23. The Great Outdoors
    Memphis Taproom Opens Its Beer Garden TomorrowThe beer garden will feature a hot dog truck, hot dogs and cans of craft beer.
  24. Temporary Closings
    Angel City’s New Beer Garden Shut Down During DebutOrganizers didn’t have their papers straight, a feat they hope to not repeat this weekend when the garden attempts to bloom again.
  25. Empire Building
    A Little Starr Is BornThe latest addition to the Starr empire is a baby boy.
  26. Openings
    What to Eat and Drink at Williamsburg’s New Beer Garden, Old RoosterThe menu, and a tour of the bar and its back garden.
  27. The Great Outdoors
    40 Outdoor Drinking Spots Where Summer Lives OnWhich beach bars, rooftop bars, and beer gardens have closed, and which ones are forging on?
  28. Neighborhood Watch
    Adsum Launches Brunch; Café L’aube to Open in Fairmount Mid-AugustPlus Stephen Starr’s beer garden is looking at an October opening, and the Khyber pulls the plug on live music in Old City, all in our roundup of neighborhood news.
  29. Slideshow
    First Look at Williamsburg’s Next Beer Garden, Old RoosterInside the Polish-style beer hall and its 70-seat garden.
  30. Openings
    Loreley Williamsburg Opens TonightAnother beer garden in Williamsburg!
  31. The Great Outdoors
    Sycamore Spins Back Patio Into ‘Beer Garden’Pig roasts and guest breweries!
  32. The Great Outdoors
    Water Taxi Beach SSS Is Now a ‘Beer Garden’ TooWater Taxi Beach South Street Seaport opens on Cinco de Mayo.
  33. Openings
    Psilakis Makes Move on WilliamsburgIs yet another beer garden in the works?
  34. Twilight Zoning
    Fishtown Mostly In Favor of Starr Beer GardenIt’s still about parking, though
  35. The Great Outdoors
    A Japanese Beer Garden Grows at Chaya DowntownYakitori and Kirin will be served on the outside patio.
  36. Twilight Zoning
    Will Starr’s Beer Garden Have Valet Parking?We knew it would eventually come down to parking
  37. Empire Building
    Stephen Starr Opening Every Possible Type of Restaurant Everywhere, All the TimeIs Starr getting into the bier garten business?
  38. Openings
    Loreley Aims to Open Williamsburg Beer Garden Next MonthThe Lower East Side German destination has taken over an old gas station.
  39. Menus
    What to Eat in Gyenari’s New Korean Beer Garden, Open ThursdayGyenari unveils a new patio this week with its own special menu.
  40. Price Check
    Standard Launches Beer Garden While Boom Boom Rumors FlyA source says that above the populist sausage party, there’ll be $25 drinks.
  41. In the Magazine
    Underground Gourmet Raids Fort Defiance for Muffulettas; Eight Great BeerAlso in the magazine this week: Orwasher’s new whole-wheat health bread, and Ardesia opens.
  42. Openings
    Two New Restaurants Coming Downtown This FallA German beer garden and a modern American supper club are coming Downtown this fall.
  43. The Great Outdoors
    New in Outdoor Drinking: Bar 30, Standard’s Beer Garden, Der SchwarzeTwo new beer gardens and a pop-up café.
  44. Other Cities
    Jersey Dirt: Road Rage at Sonic and a Massive Beer Garden in Jersey CityTwo Jersey destinations are drawing crowds. Plus: Are bars the new nightclubs? And slushies at Momofuku Noodle Bar.
  45. Openings
    Cedar Hotel: Not Quite Open YetDon’t get ahead of yourself — the doors aren’t open yet at the former Melvin B.’s space.
  46. Slideshow
    A Look at Long Island City’s New Beer Garden, and Its MenuHousemade sangria and sausages from Schaller & Weber.
  47. Openings
    Beer Garden Will Open in Long Island CityFirst, news that LIC was getting a rooftop bar. And now, an 18,000-square-foot beer garden!
  48. Openings
    Beer BarnA new beer garden opens in Park Slope.
  49. Mediavore
    Chefs Bored With Food, Move to Clothes; Pricey Plates and Polygamy Just GoWondering who actually orders $1,000 bagel or a $28,000 bejeweled sundae? Serendipity 3 owner Stephen Bruce “wouldn’t be surprised if soon we get a call from a Middle Eastern prince or Shah willing to give something sweet to his many wives on his next trip to the city.” [News.Com.Au] Related: Have White Truffles Finally Gone Too Far? Breaking: Serendipity 3 Closed by DOH Since chefs, mixologists, and their restaurants are the newest breed of celebrity, it’s about time they started designing clothes. Get dressed at Freemans, Death & Co., and PDT. [Mouthing Off/Food&Wine] Restaurateur Jimmy Bradley on the source of his managing prowess: “The Art of War by Sun Tzu taught me many leadership and organizational lessons.” [Diner’s Journal/NYT]
  50. Neighborhood Watch
    Lovescool’s Bakery Open in Gramercy; Pupu Platters From the Fifties in QueensAstoria: Chickenhead is playing at the beer garden this Saturday from 8 p.m. to midnight. [Joey in Astoria] Clinton Hill: J & J Cafe on Fulton near Waverly is already closed, but don’t hold your breath for the next newcomer. With all the construction in the area “there’s little use opening anything in that space…it’s almost completely invisible.” [Clinton Hill Blog] Fresh Meadows: Old-school Chinese-American restaurant Kim Yum has been serving Pupu Platters and strong drinks since the fifties. [Gothamist] Gramercy: Dessert blogger and Golden Scoop award winner Kelli Bernard has opened her bakery and tea house at 171 Third Avenue between 16th and 17th streets. [NewYorkology] Harlem: Harlem Tea Room tries to pull a fast one: “This may not be a sticking point if you haven’t grown up with scones, but they are not biscuits. They just aren’t. Biscuits are lovely things, but you cannot claim to sell homemade scones and serve biscuits.” [Uptown Flavor] West Village: Gusto chef Amanda Freitag puts oodles of autumn into her recipe for free-form pumpkin ravioli with apple-cider reduction. [Restaurant Girl]
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