Rattle 'N' Hum, New York, New York, Craft Beer Restaurant Details

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Restaurant: Rattle 'N' Hum

Address: 306 West 39th Street, New York, New York (NY), 10018

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Phone: (916) 262-0423

Website: www.rattlenhumbarnyc.com

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4.2 based on 5 ratings
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Craft Beer, Bar Food, Pub
Food: Food
05/02/2015 4:38 am

Went for drinks with my wife. Some dude made obscene gestures at her and said "Get that ass over here" while pointing at his genitals. When I tried to confront him about it, the waitress told me to leave b/c she knew him and his friends. She said that they worked at a bar around the corner and they didn't "mean anything by it". Honestly, how messed up do you have to be to sell out your own sex?

Food: Food
03/11/2015 4:25 pm

Great beer selection that's not far from Times Square. I was really pleased to see so many west coat options (Firestone Walker, Bear Republic sours, etc.) as well as some delicious east coast options (Cigar City!). Definitely recommend hitting this joint if you're a beer nerd like I am.

Food: Food
02/12/2015 7:03 pm

What a phenomenal craft beer palace!
The selection of IPAs alone is immmense. I had the Founders Centennial IPA, which is yummy. It went very well with the lamb sliders! The feta cheese topping was perfect!

Food: Food
01/11/2015 6:47 pm

One of the best beer bars in NYC, hands down. From selection, to promo nights, to knowledgeable servers, to crowds, there isn't as much competition as you might think. At first glance, it just looks like another dark, wood-paneled Midtown bar. Then you take a closer look and see legit paraphernalia from top brewers. Then you see the ceiling inn the back surrounded by old tap handles. Then you see their working tap handles--all 40+ of them--and finally you get the bottle and tap menus to see over a 100 options. Yep, they're for real. Brewery represented well here include Dogfish Head, Founders, Troegs, Stoudt's, Cigar City, Victory, Great Divide, Avery, Oskar Blues, Sixpoint, Stone, Speakeasy, Brooklyn, and Ommegang. If none of that made any sense, this place may not be for you. If it does, than you need to go if you haven't already. I've had the food on a few occasions as well, and it is also surprisingly good and given the variety of styles available, there is always a good pairing for any dish. I literally have nothing bad to say about this place; even the prices are fairly reasonable. It also clears out pretty quickly during the week as many of the patrons are commuters stopping in for a drink. I love this place, period.

Food: Food
11/17/2014 6:41 am

A beautiful place to visit if you enjoy drinking good beer. During my visit good vibes appeared to be emanating from every patron and also from the friendly bar tenders. The bar had a colourful and inviting aesthetic which enhanced the experience of drinking really nice beer. When in Manhattan you should make visiting Rattle 'n' Hum a priority.

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