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The Ginger Man

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The Ginger ManThe Ginger Man
BA SCORE
94
outstanding

265 Ratings
Ratings: 265
Reviews: 215
rAvg: 4.24
pDev: 9.91%
Taps: 72
Bottles: 160
Cask: Y
Beer-to-Go: Y
[ Bar, Eatery ]

11 E 36th St
New York, New York, 10016-3318
United States
phone: (212) 532-3740

visit their websiteWebsite view map and get directionsMap @thegingermannyc

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Photo of rousee
4.2/5  rDev -0.9%

The Ginger Man is a big place that is pretty clean inside (no soap in the bathroom though) with really high ceilings and nice soft lighting. Beer selection is excellent with more emphasis on the draught selections than the bottles. They have a cool lounge area in the back with leather couches and such but on a Saturday afternoon, the place was pretty empty so we sat at the bar.

I had 1 from 6 Points in Brooklyn--the Sweet Action and an ESB from Stoudt's in PA. Both were quite good and plenty fresh. I had a roast beef sandwich that was absolutely excellent and my buddy had some lentil soup that he said was quite good too.

The bartender was nice and she gave me a couple samples but she seemed almost a little too shy and reserved to be a bartender. She also disappeared for a while when we were looking for a refill. The place is in midtown Manhattan--it ain't supposed to be cheap but given their size and large overhead --the beers were priced very fairly. The food was a little pricier but if its good, I could care less about paying a couple extra bucks for good quality food. I liked this place quite a bit and would definitely go back. It is also only a short walk from where I typically stay when in Manhattan.

rousee, May 02, 2005
Photo of saskguy
4.28/5  rDev +0.9%

After reading some of the reviews of this place, I thoughts I would be walking into some bright crome covered place, I was totally wrong! It was mid afternoon on a Friday and the place was fairly quiet.

The selection have a wide variety from mass produced imports to various local micro's. As a hop head, I was looking for IPA's, etc. A few were on tap, but Chris the bartenders said their hop quote was down somewhat from previously. Both Chris and Maria (hope I got your name right!) were great! They new the product and were happy to share!

Along the way, Bob the owner ended up sitting next to me at the bar. We started sampling beers together and having a great talk. Next time I am in New York, I will visit again!

saskguy, Apr 19, 2005
Photo of Goldorak
3.46/5  rDev -18.4%

After having a Beer at the hotel, Ericaweizen, Francisweizen and I walked a few blocks south towards the Ginger man. We get in, the place was packed. We weren’t cramped or anything, the area in front of the main bar is spacious, but seating is very limited. We did eventually find a spot to sit in the sofa section in the back, only to get kicked out 10 minutes later by the waitress saying these seats were reserved. WTF?

Ambiance was a little too snooty for my taste, it seems more people were there to be seen than to actually drink good Beer.

We ended up standing next to the bar, and when I finally got the barmaid’s attention I had to point my selection on the menu because she didn’t understand a word I said. I asked for a Cantillon Rose de Gambrinus, and she replied, “Oh, you want a Can-tilly-uhn”. She didn’t have any left, but she did compliment me on my accent. We settled for an Organic Gueuze, drank it quickly and got outta there. The list is nice, but who knows what else they ran out of. I’d give this place another shot on a quieter afternoon, but forget about it in the evening.

Goldorak, Apr 01, 2005
Photo of markman
4.5/5  rDev +6.1%

I like this place pretty damn good...it was late, I was tired and not feeling too well but I still managed, on tap, Stone Old Guardian and Avery The Czar. They came in Imperial Pint glasses for $7.95 and $6.95 respectively...a good deal considering the their bomber prices are about that. And they actually maintain their website...what you see on their site is what you'll find on tap. Atmosphere was terrific: dimly lit, couches and big cushiony chairs in the front, long bar, and plenty of tables/booths. It was Monday night at around 10:00 so the crowd wasn't much and for the most part folks stuck to themselves. If you're in the area it is well worth your time to check 'em out.

Cheers...

markman, Mar 23, 2005
Photo of ommegangpbr
4.4/5  rDev +3.8%

This place is a great find for me. I think I've heard the name of the place tossed around before but had never been there before. Defintely a great place for trying out beer you've most likely never had before.
Some may flinch at the prices but one must keep in mind that it's between park ave and 5th ave... some of the most expensive real estate in, well, the world. Sure, you'll pay $5 for a bottle of Mic light, but if you're at a beer bar and ordering Mic light you deserve to be punished.
I paid $8.50 for a 23 ounce glass of Old Howling Bastard (from the tap) and it was worth every penny. Unfortunately, I've been to places in Manhattan that charge you $7 for a bottle of Heineken.... some food for thought there.
Spent three hours there before it started to get stupidly crowded... to be expected on a Saturday night. Would have spent more time there otherwise. Had a great time
The comments before me, and the Ginger Man's website should be able to tell you anything else you need to know.

ommegangpbr, Mar 15, 2005
Photo of ChowHound
4.4/5  rDev +3.8%

Gigantic beer bar right in midtown near the Empire State Building. Big windows on the store-front, and nicely done exhibition cabinets on the way in. Long wooden bar down the right side and more than 60 taps right behind it. Also a couple of handpulls. High ceilings, lots of good brewerania. Nicely done lounge area in back with comfy chairs and couches. We sat there, lucky to get this nice room to ourselves, and enjoyed attentive table service. Atmosphere is great for hanging around drinking beer with friends, and a lively crowd is proof of the pudding. Food is available, although the menu is quite limited. Still, its a big plus to be able to get a decent sandwich at night while out drinking with a group, as well as the baskets of potato chips. Easily the best place in NYC if you don't factor in the pricing. This place is also the most expensive place in the city.

ChowHound, Feb 27, 2005
Photo of domus
4.18/5  rDev -1.4%

Conveniently enough, Ginger Man is around the corner from my apartment, so I stop here quite a bit. Most importantly, they have a fantastic selection of beer. There are many, many taps, and always a good mix of styles and breweries. The beers, of course, don't come cheap, but that's unsurprising given the quality and location. Not quite as IPA-heavy as some of the other NYC beer bars. The service is very friendly and generally good, though some of the table waitresses often seem unimformed about the beers they offer. The atmosphere is mostly a late 20s and 30s after-work midtown crowd, upscale but not really trendy. The food is rather overpriced and nothing to write home about - mostly sandwiches and salads. . A bit of downer, as the Ginger Man in Greenwich has very good food. Overall though, a quality establishment, well worth it.

domus, Jan 14, 2005
Photo of apintofknowledge
3.98/5  rDev -6.1%

n my honest opinion, this shall set the bar (no pun intended) for all other beer bars in New York. It’s a rather large space that can fill up fast on a weekday evening after work. But the variety of seating makes it great for all kinds of gatherings… a long bar with plenty of stools, tables along a long bench that can accommodate parties of all sizes, and my favorite, a back room with comfortable chairs and couches for more quiet gatherings (though tough to snag a good seat at 6 p.m. when it gets rather crowded and loud).

Now for the important part… the beer selection! Very impressive! At least 50 beers on tap with a variety of styles to satisfy almost anyone. There’s always something new and interesting that I’ve never sampled before. They also do a good job of bringing in interesting seasonals, both expected classics and unexpected surprises. And if you can’t find one you want to try on tap, the selection of what must be over 100 bottles will definitely have something that catches your eye.

The food isn’t the point here, but the sandwiches are above par, and a nice fruit and cheese sampler makes for interesting discussion when it comes to pairings with a group of friends.

apintofknowledge, Dec 21, 2004
Photo of francisweizen
4.5/5  rDev +6.1%

Another kick ass NYC beer bar, suprise suprise! but seriously....The ginger man is an awesome little spot for a night of drinking great brews. The atmosphere is eclectic and strange, reminding me of certain spots in Brussels and Montreal. There is a l-o-n-g wooden bar, and several tables and booths all over the place with an interesting room filled with comfy coaches, and things towards the back of this establishment. The quality of the beers is outstanding, as is the selection of 60+ (!) tap beers! On my last visit I had a blue point pale ale on cask and a magic hat participation on tap. The service was fast and friendly, and when I accidentally knocked over my glass of magic hat, another one appeared free of charge, nice. I'm not sure what sort of food they do here, so I have no comments to add on that. Anyway, this is definately an excellent spot to hit in NYC, and I will definately be drinking here again in the future!

francisweizen, Nov 01, 2004
Photo of Quaffer
3.83/5  rDev -9.7%

After numerous trips to New York, I finally made it to the Ginger Man last month. It was within easy walking distance of my hotel, so I was there more than once.

The selection of beer at the Ginger Man was great. No special gems or strange vintages tucked away, but still a wonderful array of terrific beers. Tons of stuff to choose from.

Service was pretty good, with the best being the time that the place was practically empty on a Wednesday night at 1:00 a.m.

The only thing that I really did not like about the GM was the atmosphere. I when I say that I didn't like it , I mean that I REALLY did not like it. The thing I love about most good beer bars in New York is the old, dark, comfortable feel that comes with them. They are just warm, cozy, and quietly pleasant. The Ginger Man is none of these things. The place is very modern and loud, and the majority of the patrons seem like they are there because they think it is cool to be there. I'm not judging the people that were there, mind you, but I prefer to not hang out in a place full of people in ties walking around drinking Heineken and laughing and talking louder than is necessary. They amount of constant cell phone usage in this place made me fear for my health. The word "corporate" definitely comes to mind. On top of this, the music was way too loud.

A great beer selection for sure, but there are many other places in the NYC area that I would rather drink.

-- EDIT --

The following was pointed out to me in a beermail:

"Heineken is not and has never been offered at the Ginger Man...

The ONLY main stream beers offered are Bud and Bud Light drafts and Michelob Ultra bottles. That is it..."

Ah, yes. A lovely selection of A-B products is much better than Heineken. Thanks for pointing that out.

Quaffer, Oct 26, 2004
Photo of bultrey
4.14/5  rDev -2.4%

Finally stopped by the famed Ginger Man, and I had been holding off on a review of Spuyten Duyvil because I wanted to compare the two.

The Ginger Man is the Super Target of beers. For sheer selection and quantity, it can't be beaten in NYC, even by Spuyten. But, like many Manhattan places, you lose a certain amount of intimacy and atmosphere because of the sheer number of people they pack in and the frenetic servers doing their best to keep up. No matter, if you know what you want, you're good to go.

This is a cavernous place in midtown, and as such would be great for groups.The bar is large and accomodating, and there are plenty of tables, nooks, and crannies to hide away in. The decor is warm and inviting like a ski lodge, if not a bit cookie-cutter.

The quality of the beers, as far as I know, is top-notch. Everything was served at a nice temperature and tasted fresh. Glassware choices are a bit limited: either 12.5 oz. tulip glasses, imperial pints, or 22 oz. large glasses, each accordingly priced.

The waitstaff tries -- they really do -- but in the end, they're just bartenders and waiters that are doing their jobs.
Example #1 -- Girl sitting next to me wants a recommendation. Bartender asks her what she usually likes, and she says Bass, but she doesn't want a Bass. Bartender recommends a Stone IPA. Wha!? Predictably, the beer's a bit too much for the customer. I discussed it with the cutsomer briefly. She was like, "this is nothing like Bass! I don't know if I can finish it!" In bartender's defense, the customer should have asked for a taste. Actually, the bartender should have offered one.
Example #2 -- I ask to try Duchesse de Bourgogne from the tap. Excellent. Excellent. I say I would like one, without specifying a size. I just assumed. Bad idea. I am served an imperial pint of the Duchesse for $10. This beer is great, put an imperial pint is a bit much to handle -- plus, it belongs in the small tulip glass, and I wasn't prepared to drop a 10-spot.

Oh well. My buddy and I had some great beers. I had the Duchesse, followed by Young's Oatmeal Stout, and Arrogant Bastard. My friend had a Fuller's Porter (draft) and a Fuller's Vintage Ale from bottle. This just scratches the surface. Just check their website out. You'll see that the selection is top-notch. The prices were pretty standard for midtown Manhattan (actually, Murray Hill, I guess).

Overall, I will definitely come back. It's conveniently located and great for big groups. But I would still choose Blind Tiger or Spuyten based on that neighborhood feel.

bultrey, Oct 05, 2004
Photo of rdrummer
4.45/5  rDev +5%

I thoroughly enjoyed my visit to the Ginger Man. I loved walking in and being faced by over 60 beer taps and two hand pumps. Between the 60 draughts and the 100 or so bottled beers, many of which I've never had the chance to taste, the selection was awesome.

I sampled a number of beers in addition to the ones that I actually paid for so it was my kind of service. The bartender was knowledgeable, friendly and took a lot of time discussing the beer with me. Of course, I had my BA hat on so maybe that was the reason.

I found the prices reasonable for Manhatten. Some of the bottles are pricey but it would take me many moons to get beyond the draft selection.

The food was excellent. The bartender got the soup wrong in her description so she comped the soup. Three of us got out under $60 for about five or six drafts, soups, sandwiches or salads. I consider that a bargain. Well, considering tip, it was higher but worth it.

I will definitely be making a return trip on my next visit to NYC, but there are many other spots that I also hope to visit.

rdrummer, Sep 01, 2004
Photo of kennyo
3.05/5  rDev -28.1%

Great selection of beers but very expensive. The prices in the menu do not really equate to reality. They play to the midtown tourist crowd. The bar service is slow, even during the day when there are 10 people in the whole place. With all the good beer bars in NYC, you could probably find everyone of those beers on tap elsewhere in a more comfortable, cheaper place. There is a nice little room in the back with couches and big chairs.

At least back in the smoking allowed days, they let you smoke and even sold cigars, so for some that was a plus, know you have no reason to show up at this place

kennyo, Jul 19, 2004
Photo of newyawker
4.75/5  rDev +12%

The Ginger Man is located right in midtown, so it gets very, very crowded right afte work. This can really take away from the atmosphere, so it pays to go either late night or on weekends to really soak the place in. It has a very long bar with 65 taps and a couple of cask-conditioned hand pulls. Considering the number of taps, the selection could probably be a little better, but nevertheless it is outstanding. Bud and Bud Light are the best sellers according to the bartender, so you get an idea of the crowd. Lots of yuppies. The menu is very limited, but if you are hungry an expensive sandwich is pretty good. There are also a couple of salads and appetizers of mediocre quality. The best part is a lounge area in the back with comfortable chairs and coffee (beer) tables. The place is clean, the bathrooms well kept, and the service is decent. I would definitely make this a stop for anyone coming to the city.

newyawker, Jul 19, 2004
Photo of PudTinkler
4.22/5  rDev -0.5%

Pud likes...Pud really, really likes.

How could this place be so close to Penn station and escape my clutches all this time? Well, damnit, I finally bellied up to the bar and now I'm pissed I didn't do it earlier. Large selection, many many varieties including Belgians, fruit beers, Hefe's, stouts, porters, etc. etc....and YES some cask-conditioned ale.

A cool room to the rear and to the right which has comfy chairs, couches and tables to hang out in, but they require waitress service.

Nevertheless...go there...this is an excellent beer bar.

PudTinkler, Jul 01, 2004
Photo of PopeJonPaul
4.44/5  rDev +4.7%

Have only been to this link in the Ginger Man chain, but if they're all like this one then kudos to them.

Atmosphere is nice, old-tavern-meets-bistro style dark-wood joint with a cool couch-filled lounge (that used to be a virtual humidor before the smoking laws were passed.) The selection here is great, 66 taps, 2 casks and a boatload of bottles. Highlights from the current tap list include Gulden Draak, Old Foghorn, Chimay, a couple from Stone, Troubador, Trois Pistoles, many more. Service was great, bartender had no trouble letting us sample a bit before we bought, have always had good service here even when busy. I've never really tried the food (had a tasty soft pretzel with honey mustard, which is what I've always had) so I can't really rate it, looks like they have a good selection of sandwiches and pub food though.

You need a prybar to get through the crowd on a Thursday or Friday night, but it's an awseome place to hang out during an afternoon, especially if it's rainy outside, the rain on the giant front windows really adds to the atmosphere. Worth a stop if you're in the city.

PopeJonPaul, Jun 15, 2004
Photo of GeoffFromSJ
4.45/5  rDev +5%

I was very, very impressed with this establishment. I got there when it opened on a Sunday. So my wife and I were the only people in there. The array of tap handles was very impressive. It had a very nice New York-restaraunt atmosphere. Since we were the only ones there it is hard to judge service, but we were well taken care of. I got my favorite, Fuller's ESB, on-tap. That alone, to me, was worth the trip. The food is good but not great. Their selection is hard to rate. For taps alone it should be a 5. But with bottles, I've seen more extensive lists. I'm not putting their selection down, but I'll average it to 4.75 and round down. I would definitely hit this if you are in Manhattan.

GeoffFromSJ, May 24, 2004
Photo of kegerator
4.78/5  rDev +12.7%

Great place overall.
The atmosphere was quaint and cosy with beautiful wood everywhere, the bar was long and i saw about 50 taps behind it which put a smile on my face. I had three brews all on tap and the cheese plate was outstanding. I went at about 1pm on saturday afternoon so there was not a lot of people in there at all. The service was very good, but there was only about 5 people in the place, Liek i said before the selection was outstanding, everyting from locals, micros around the country to belgians and german brews. I was so unsure as to what I should try. I had Storm King Stout, Arrogant Bastard and La Fin Du Monde. I was with my wife and sis-in-law and both of them were very impressed. The seating was extremely comfortable, we were lucky enough to get there and several couches were available. I could have sat there the rest of the day, but we were only thee for a weekend and we had other things planned. I will definitely go back

kegerator, May 06, 2004
Photo of beerluvr
4.63/5  rDev +9.2%

Checked this place out on the recommendation of Davo, 'cause if anybody knows, Davo knows! Arrived with my bud around 3:30 on a Sat. afternoon, and walked in to find a total of 5 people in the place. High ceilings, lots of dark wood and earth tones lend an inviting atmosphere to the place. Grabbed a seat at the comfortable bar and after drooling over the 60 taps on the bar wall and perusing the draught list was immediately attended to by the attentive barmaid, who offered generous samples of 3 beers before I decided on a selection...like the proverbial kid in the candy store I tell you! Had a pint each of Storm King, Blue Point Oatmeal Stout (on cask, no less!) Arrogant Bastard, and a Trois Pistoles to round things out. Had a decent roast beef sandwich to provide a base for those delicious brews. It was hard to leave, but we had to make our way back to M.S.G. for a show. I'll hit this place everytime I'm in the city, you should too!

beerluvr, Apr 04, 2004
Photo of pheurton
4.33/5  rDev +2.1%

a great nyc beer bar to go to on a late sunday afternoon, when the weekend crowd isn't there. one of the best tap lists in the city, there are usually 2 or 3 examples of about 10 different styles on tap. the place is big, dimly light, and inviting. if it isn't crowded, you can grab your brews (20oz pints) and head to the back and lounge on the couches. the few times i've had a server they have been good. can't comment too much about the food, but we did order a cheese/fruit/nut sampler that was well done. the main attraction of this place for me the inviting atmosphere and plethora of great brews, particularly on tap. must be checked out if you're in nyc.

pheurton, Mar 21, 2004
Photo of hopdevil2112
4.55/5  rDev +7.3%

My wife and I hit this place before the Iron Maiden show in January. The interior is dark, warming and has a very European feel to it. We initially sat at a table and once the crowd thinned out, relocated to the bar. With 60 or so taps and a great bottle selection, there is something here for everyone. Every beer we had was fresh and served at the right temperature and glass. I especially enjoyed the Stone IPA and Blue Point IPA (cask). I also tried the Sierra Nevada Harvest, which I've never had before. We tried the italian sandwich and the bratwurst sandwich. Both were good and perfect with the beers. The bar tender was attentitive and provided samples of beers we were interested in and some she thought we'd be interested in. She even comped us a few drinks which is always a nice touch. I'll definitely make it a point to hit the Gingerman when in NYC.

hopdevil2112, Mar 03, 2004
Photo of TheJudge
4.4/5  rDev +3.8%

I have now been to this place about a dozen times. There are about 60 taps, and not one of them is bud or bud light. The selection available is awesome. In addition to your standard craft brews, you have a nice selection of Smutty Nose, Blue Point, Victory, etc. on tap, and a good selection of bottled beer.

The food is good, but not spectacular. The meatloaf sandwich was very good, and the sandwiches are unusual but good.

The biggest problem with this place: the prices. The cheap draft beers (they claim 20 oz.) are 5.75, and there is not a bottle on their menu for less than $5, including things like Mich ultra, hardly beer at all. But the selection of bottles includes a full line of Hair of the Dog, so even the price list doesn't make it not worth going.

This is definately a bar, too. The beer's the thing here, although I bet they would like to think its also the food. Good sandwich aside, it too was overpriced. I understand it's manhattan, but really.

In all, I go whenever i can, because no one else in the Grand Central Station vacinity has the selection this place does.

TheJudge, Feb 26, 2004
Photo of Billolick
4.08/5  rDev -3.8%

Mid town location, attracts a large following amoung the after work set. Alot better since smoking got nixed. The amount of Cigars here used to be a real drag. Can get packed on a buisy evening. Large front windows, high cieling, nice collection of beer stuff around the place. Selection is allways impressive. Tons of taps, tons of bottles, allways new and changing stuff. Usually 2 on cask. This place moves a LOT of beer so freshness, usually wont be a concern. They pay attention to quality, use the correct glasswhare and in general run a classy operation. Full menu of above average pub grub and typical, semi upscale food and snacks. A must hit for locals and beer travellers

Billolick, Feb 24, 2004
Photo of Jason
4.05/5  rDev -4.5%

The selection may have not wowed the beer geeks but it was a fine line up for me being that it was more diverse than obscure. I’ve tried the food a few times before and it was certainly a step above the normal pub grub. The service copped a perfect “I’m not taking any guff from you” attitude, if you were quick and friendly with your order so were they. It’s a very spacious venue yet for a cozier spot go to the room in back … very cozy. A bit pricey but all of the beer was fresh as far as I was concerned. Lacked with the glassware a bit but all of the beers seemed fresh. A must visit if you are in the area and not that far from the Empire State Building if you have to fit in a touristy adventure.

Jason, Dec 02, 2003
Photo of TheLongBeachBum
4.3/5  rDev +1.4%

After David Copperfield’s, we recruited the services of several NYC Taxi’s (what is the collective noun - a 'Cab' of Taxis?). Tall, large windows topped by a black & gold signed frontage announced the fact that we had arrived at the 2nd of the day’s stops, The Ginger Man.

It looked upmarket from the outside, but inside it reminded me of several turn of the century bars that I visited in Brussels. A high class interior mixed with even higher ceilings which allowed the conversation of the day to rise quicker than the amassed body heat of the imbibing incumbents.

The Bar is to your right as you enter, a fancy affair that has a clean sweeping open top bar with stools. Has a clear serving area thanks to the fact that the 60+ Taps are set against the mirrored back wall. Lots of wood, glass & metal lend the air of a Metropolitan Parisian Café to this part of Manhattan.

Then as I wandered to the bar, I stumbled on fellow BA mrjimcat, who was enjoying a quiet drink, well until I interrupted him at least. He allowed me to sample & share some of his Baladin Nora, & later the Baladin Super, both exceptionally good Italian beers which were new to me. Later we hit the draft beers, a Fullers London Porter was ordered as I recall.

A stroll around, & a walk to the back of the Ginger Man saw the interior transform from that of a classy establishment to a Hotel Lobby. Soft carpets, paneled walls, some tables set amidst armchairs & sofas in an L-shaped room that adjoined the main area. More BA’s materialized, including one of my Beer Review hero’s, NeroFiddled - Sir Jim was quietly enjoying a beer & a chat before I rudely interrupted. I apologized with a Smuttynose Porter that seemed to go down well.

The interior is bright at times & could never be classed as relaxing, but it is nevertheless comfortable. The beer range of 60+ taps & ~100 bottles had something for everyone. The beers were great, but my most abiding memory of The Ginger Man was the time when I went to the bar to order the Smuttynose Porters. I stood, listened & observed a bar full of BA's, many of whom were meeting for the first time. There was no reserved behavior at all, but moreover a chitter-chatter akin to that of an old school reunion which reverberated throughout. BeerAdvocacy filled The Ginger Man between 3pm and 5:30pm that day for sure. Quite Superb.

Well Worth a Visit, if not just for the chance to try the Baladin beers. Thanks mrjimcat – the beers are on me next time!

Last Visit: 14th Nov. 03.

TheLongBeachBum, Nov 23, 2003
The Ginger Man in New York, NY
94 out of 100 based on 265 ratings.