West End Hall
Beer hall & kitchen with a huge backyard
Bar · West 100s · $$
An enormous ivy-clad backyard, featuring rows of bright yellow communal picnic tables, is a major draw at this West 100s beer hall that also has an open-air dining room. Global draft beers are offered alongside upscale pub grub with its own international influences, including many different kinds of sausage.
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hours Open Today · 11:00 AM - 12:00 AM
3:00 PM - 12:00 AM
3:00 PM - 12:00 AM
3:00 PM - 12:00 AM
3:00 PM - 2:00 AM
3:00 PM - 2:00 AM
11:00 AM - 3:59 AM
11:00 AM - 12:00 AM
location 2756 Broadway, New York, NY 10025, USA phone +1 212-662-7200 website www.westendhall.com directions Get Directions
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Very good Happy Hour specials. $5 select beers and $5 select apps. Food is Good. The Buffalo Cauliflower is delicious. Nice crusting, soft but not mushy cauliflower and a good amount of buffalo sauce and blue cheese. Pretzel and wings are pretty good. Best part about this place is the outdoors. Go on a nice spring/summer day and enjoy their outdoor beer garden with some good bar games. Outdoor Shuffleboard!!!!
Jason Collado · February 8, 2018
Beer garden style picnic table seating with lots of beers to choose from. The food was really good. They have an outdoor area but it wasn't​ open when I​ went in the winter. Tried the wings and nachos. Wings were nice and big and had a great flavor. We did half of the two current flavor available, buffalo and bbq. Came with a giant boat of ranch which is worth a star all on its own in NYC. The nachos we more than enough for 4 people and held their own with all the toppings. Served on a sheet pan so you know there's​ a lot. 19 taps of beer and 10+ bottles​ and cans so there is a brew for anyone.Can't wait to roll through​ during the summer and check out the outside. Tons of TV's for sports viewing. A must stop for beer gardens in NYC.
Scott Benson · March 8, 2018
I have been to this bar twice. The first time I was in a group with friends. It was great. The second time I was completely overlooked, I had to go up to the waiter and ask for a menu. How do I have a whole toddler and you don’t see me!!?? Then I had to flag him down to take my orders. As a black women of color I felt invisible. The tables in front and next to me with white patrons were clearly not gettinng the same service. My husband joined me and I was basically almost close to tears. I explained to him that the waiter who is a white guy, has been ignoring me, I’ve had to ask for the menu and get his attention to place our orders. I was so upset, I couldn’t believe that this was happening at a restaurant that is literally around the corner from our apartment. And that the waiter would be this checked out about who he’s serving. I give them one star cause the food is decent and their beer selections are on point. But as a women of color with a toddler, I was treated horribly at this restaurant.
Chesray Dolpha · February 14, 2018