Spitzer’s Corner may be a packed corner gastropub, but the open-air interior makes it feel more like a spacious beer garden in Europe. The slat wood walls and long wood tables make the space seem more like you’ve left the Lower East Side and landed in northern Europe, with 40 world class beers on tap, wine, full liquor bar, and delicious pub fare.
I ordered the ‘Epic Fried Chicken’ (Bell & Evans thighs, butter lettuce, house mayo and spicy red pepper sauce on a potato bun) and a Tito’s vodka lemonade.
If you need to plan something with a big group, Spitzer’s Corner is the perfect place. They take reservations for parties of ten or more, but even if you have to wait for a table to become available, there is plenty of space to grab a drink.