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Gastropubbing

Is a gastropub more than just a laid-back bar with really good food? Find out here.

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  1. 1. The Spotted Pig

    314 W. 11th St., at Greenwich St.; 212-620-0393

    The mother of all New York gastropubs, of course. The kitchen makes as much of seasonal vegetables as haddock chowder, and the burger is epic.

  2. 2. Sheep Station

    149 Fourth Ave., at Douglass St., Park Slope, Brooklyn; 718-857-4337

    Roomy Aussie pub at the bottom edge of the Slope, where the wines, the lamb, and the whole fish of the day (when it’s barramundi) all hail from Down Under. Don’t miss the minced-meat pie.

  3. 3. The Inn LW12

    7 Ninth Ave., at Little W. 12th St.; 212-206-0300

    New York’s first and only Canadian gastropub. Signature dish: poutine—fries smothered in cheese curds and gravy.

  4. 4. Alchemy

    56 Fifth Ave., nr. Bergen St., Park Slope, Brooklyn; 718-636-4385

    Park Slope’s handsome, dimly lit answer to the trend. On the menu: Berkshire pork belly and beans, rabbit pot pie, and sticky Guinness toffee pudding.


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