Bars We Love: Get religion at The Saint Catherine!

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The Saint Catherine     

660 Washington Avenue
(between Bergen Street & St. Mark’s Place)
Crown Heights
(347) 663-9316


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What is it? A cozy corner gastro pub that acts as a café by day, a brunch spot on the weekends, and offers small plates at night.

Why we love it: It’s a versatile and creative space, where you can stop in anytime for a sandwich and a beer, or attend special event nights, like BYOV (Bring your own vinyl)  Thursdays. Great people-watching through the big glass windows.

Who to bring: Your friend who likes to show off his sick record collection, a brunch buddy, a date who digs small plates.

What to order: Bar snacks, like the Whiskey sour/Dogfish Head hop pickles or Slant Shack beef jerky (each $5) or pickles ($2) to accompany one of the eight rotating craft drafts, (Kind Ryed IPA by Otter Creek Brewing, $6).

Fun fact: Owners Sara and Brad met working at the Mercury Lounge in 2002.—Kate Mooney

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