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Heartland Brewery South Street Seaport

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Heartland Brewery South Street SeaportHeartland Brewery South Street Seaport
BA SCORE
83
good

30 Ratings
Ratings: 30
Reviews: 27
rAvg: 3.52
pDev: 15.06%
Taps: 0
Bottles: 0
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Beer-to-Go: N
[ Bar, Eatery ]

93 South Street
New York, New York, 10038
United States
phone: (646) 572-BEER

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Reviews by TheDeuce:
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TheDeuce

New York

3.73/5  rDev +6%

This is now the Heartland Brewery and Barbeque

Stopped in here with my girlfriend and her family on a trip to NYC, I was pumped when we discovered the brewery and extremely happy when they decided to stop in.

Bar decor was alright, small and dark, this place was BUSY, could barely squeeze through to get a table. Classic beer brands and labels of breweries long gone adorned the walls, wooden booths all over the place, sort of cool but nothing spectacular. We opted for a booth and waited to be served.

Within a little bit a cute waitress comes up, little perky but ok. Ordering drinks I am the only one to order a beer, this is ok because my girl and her mother have to be gluten-free (hell on earth) and the father is not really a beer person. There are five regulars and three seasonals on tap. I opt to try the Red Rooster Ale, gin and tonics for everyone else. My beer comes fresh in a nice sized pint, was pretty decent. I opted for another.

As for food, was weird to hear on a friday night that they were out of both burgers and chicken tenders, I mean I understand the place was busy but wow. I ordered a pulled pork sandwich with fries, phenomanal, went perfectly with my pint. Other orders around the table included ribs and ceaser salads which were consumed quickly, food was great.

From what I saw on the menu, food was decently priced, especially for the cities, beers were reasonable.

I plan on coming back here to review all the beers and give it a proper review, but the beer I did have was decent and the food was great at a decent price so I fully recommend that you stop in for a review.

04-22-2006 18:57:38 | More by TheDeuce
More User Reviews:
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misternebbie

Pennsylvania

4.04/5  rDev +14.8%

08-29-2014 00:48:29 | More by misternebbie
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Will_Rivera

New York

3/5  rDev -14.8%

07-25-2014 09:30:32 | More by Will_Rivera
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bsm80x

New York

4/5  rDev +13.6%

10-24-2013 14:40:01 | More by bsm80x
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flexabull

California

3.45/5  rDev -2%

Stopped in here for lunch after grabbing some Broadway tickets from the nearby TKTS.

Kind of a cool place by the water, we sat outside and people watched while we sipped a sampler and ate lunch.

Quality was mediocre. I had a couple of beers that I liked, (lager and pumpkin) a few that were ok, (amber, IPA, stout and blonde) and a couple of duds (Oaked pumpkin which seemed infected and a very blah Hefewiezen).

Our server was ok, prompt, but she also seemed kind of indifferent.

Selection was not bad, 6 regular beers, and 4 seasonals.

Food was pretty good, my wife and I were both fairly happy with our lunches.

Overall, a decent place, but not a destination by any means.

09-26-2012 20:13:42 | More by flexabull
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AZSpencer


5/5  rDev +42%

I was in NYC for 3 days in 2011 and stumbled across this place while walking to the Seaport from the 911 memorial. My friend and I had a very good dinner and planned to only have a few. My few ended up being about 7. (One of the beers hit the floor and they didn't even charge me for a replacement.) This was my friends first craft beer experience and he was sold on it here. This location has good food and great beer. I really enjoyed it here and will visit again when I'm in the area in June of 2012.

05-27-2012 23:15:01 | More by AZSpencer
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woosterbill

Kentucky

3.5/5  rDev -0.6%

Stopped in here with my wife after getting some discount day-of Broadway tickets at the nearby booth - very convenient location, and infinitely better than Time Square.

The atmosphere is your standard wood-and-brick bar with plenty of beer-ish paraphernalia on the walls; seemed fairly welcoming, even though it was nearly empty when we arrived early just before noon.

The service was fairly prompt and friendly, but nothing to write home about when it came to beer knowledge - I didn't ask any really tough questions, but they didn't volunteer any recommendations or info on the seasonals, either.

The selection was your standard brewpub lineup of lager, wheat, IPA, brown, stout; no good guest taps. I went for the oatmeal stout, which proved to be a solid choice. Very smooth and drinkable. My wife went for their Blue Moon clone of a wheat, which she enjoyed but I found a bit insipid - too much spice and citrus overwhelming an overly thin body.

The food was average at best, with slightly undersized (but moist) buffalo wings and shoestring fries being the sum of our snack. The food and beer were both pricey to me, but definitely in line with Manhattan standards ($6/pint).

Overall I wouldn't be averse to going back here if in the neighborhood, but there are so many better places in the city to drink good beer that I wouldn't recommend anyone go out of their way to try this Heartland location.

Cheers!

01-09-2011 16:40:11 | More by woosterbill
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loveingminor

Pennsylvania

4.3/5  rDev +22.2%

Went to the Body's Exhibit in New York with my university. My friend and I had about 30 minutes to burn, so we decided to come to this brewery that was right across the street.

Walked in, and sat at the bar. We were carded immediately, and we got our beers right away. I had an IPA which was absolutely delicious, and he got the Oatmeal Stout (also delicious).

I liked the atmosphere of the place (even at 12 noon). It was very cozy, and conducive to talking, which I tend to do after a pint of IPA.

Walked out after only spending 7 bucks, but it was tied with the best 7 bucks I spent all day.

I would like to come back here and try their food.

01-31-2010 22:15:45 | More by loveingminor
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bob3701

New Jersey

3.65/5  rDev +3.7%

I enjoyed looking at all the brewania displayed throughout. There were eight beers on tap. The best were the two seasonals Bavarian Black and Old Red Nose Special, which was a higher ABV than the Old Red Nose. Out of the regular brews the stout was the best, I also liked the red and surprisingly the light.
Our server was great and very prompt about getting re-fills before we were finished.
The food was OK but I had my first fried pickle, an interesting taste sensation.
We all had a great time but my credit card took a big hit.

01-05-2010 03:20:01 | More by bob3701
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david18

New York

3.36/5  rDev -4.5%

This is a very difficult place to have a pub as it's on a street with a lot of similar style (in terms of fanciness) restaurants and pubs, which leads onto a pier that also features a lot of restaurants and pubs.

The breweries are always very inviting places that are fun to see for the beer pariphanalia but, in general the beers aren't that great. There's a broad selection of styles but none really stand out

Their stout is probably the best for it's roasty character and none of the beers is too strong to dissuade first timers. I've never tried a speciality beer specific to this local but its a cozy place in an awesome location.

Never tired the food here but in general i like their food.

10-05-2009 21:56:11 | More by david18
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Heartland Brewery South Street Seaport in New York, NY
83 out of 100 based on 30 ratings.