Bars We Love: Touch down at Brooklyn Tap House

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Brooklyn Tap House
590 Myrtle Ave (between Taafe Pl and Classon Ave,)

What is it: A sports bar and beer garden on a fun stretch of Myrtle near Pratt.

Why We Love it: 42 craft beers on tap, a high-energy sports atmosphere, plus outdoor bonfires and foosball, cornhole and shuffleboard to keep the competitive spirit going.

Who to Bring: Your sports bros—either the ones you want to root for the Giants with or get geeked out with over bar games; your beer-enthusiast crush you want to get rosy- cheeked with around the bonfire.

What To Order: A microbrew you’ve never tried before – there will be plenty, guaranteed; $.50 wings on Monday nights from 4 p.m. to midnight.

Brooklyn Tap House Fun Fact: With “No Crap on Tap” as their motto, the owners change out their seasonal ales and “wildcards” as soon as the keg runs dry, so you’ll always have a fresh selection to choose from.

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