Brooklyn Cider House
Destination for ciders & Basque cooking
Bar · Bushwick · $$$
Opened by siblings who began producing cider in the Hudson Valley, this Bushwick spot shows Basque influence in both the house-brewed ciders (served from the barrel) and the food, offered as both prix fixe family-style dinners (with a vegetarian option) and snacks at the bar. A woodsy look and communal seating add to the hearty feel, and beer and wine are served too.
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5:00 PM - 12:00 AM
5:00 PM - 12:00 AM
5:00 PM - 12:00 AM
5:00 PM - 1:00 AM
11:00 AM - 1:00 AM
11:00 AM - 12:00 AM
location 1100 Flushing Avenue, Brooklyn, NY 11237, USA phone +1 347-295-0308 website directions Get Directions
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Google Reviews
Experiential dining, fun for our whole group. They were good guides, increasing our interest & informing our experience. One of the founders even stopped by to hang out, drink with, and give us a verbal tour of the space. The food was very unique but not as filling as I would’ve liked. My only other regret was the price but, overall, I would tell any of my friends that they should enjoy this experience at least once (on a nice date or with a group of good friends).
Blake Wolf · May 27, 2018
This place is great for dining experience. With tastings between each course you get to see what real cider making is like. The staff is super knowledgeable about the ciders and do a great job of explaining it. Even with the tastings I suggest you get a flight of cider as a comparison to what you get to taste. The coursed menu is really tasty and a fabulous deal for the price.
Blonka Winkfield · May 15, 2018
Really fun dinner! The 4-course prix fixe menu has two options, one vegetarian, and between each course you walk over to giant wooden barrels and 'catch cider' directly from the cask tap. Meal was very good, especially for being very affordable. Staff was very knowledgeable and engaged, informing us about how the cider develops different flavors. Menu is all gluten free (except starter bread).
Jeremy Espenshade · April 24, 2018