Cask Bar and Kitchen

★★★★☆
  • 167 E 33rd St

    New York, NY 10016

    Cross street: Between 3rd Avenue and Lexington Avenue

    Map & Directions
  • 212-300-4924

About Cask Bar and Kitchen

Hours
Mon-Fri 4pm-4am Sat-Sun 11:30am-4am

Food

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So I recently hosted my fiance's 30th birthday at Cask and I cannot rave enough about this place. Elaine the person I dealt with was amazing. I emailed her almost daily and she was always so quick to respond. They set up a great menu and open bar package for our group. I will definitely have another party here !!!

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★★★★★

So I recently hosted my fiance's 30th birthday at Cask and I cannot rave enough about this place. Elaine the person I dealt with was amazing. I emailed her almost daily and she was always so quick to respond. They set up a great menu and open bar package for our group. I will definitely have another party here !!!

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This is a welcome respite in an area filled with meathead sports bars... and pick-up joints for 30-somethings out to score for themselves. The front of the place is a typical meathead, big-chest place, but in back, it's a quiet restaurant with quite inventive food, and decent service. Foods you've heard of, but never in these combinations, turn out to be quite good. Thai curry mussels? Cheesesteak springrolls? Pretzel encrusted crab cakes? I know how it sounds, but really... it's good! Take a chance.

The beer list is just as weird: Southern Tier Hop Sun, Captain Lawrence IPA, Rogue Old Crustacean Brown Nectar. This place is an adventure! We visited the same day Mexico beat France in the World Cup semi-finals... so of course, the kitchen staff was in a good mood. But somehow I got the feeling, it's always like tthis. --Drink Club NYC is a roving group of NYC drinkers

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★★★★☆

This is a welcome respite in an area filled with meathead sports bars... and pick-up joints for 30-somethings out to score for themselves. The front of the place is a typical meathead, big-chest place, but in back, it's a quiet restaurant with quite inventive food, and decent service. Foods you've heard of, but never in these combinations, turn out to be quite good. Thai curry mussels? Cheesesteak springrolls? Pretzel encrusted crab cakes? I know how it sounds, but really... it's good! Take a chance.

The beer list is just as weird: Southern Tier Hop Sun, Captain Lawrence IPA, Rogue Old Crustacean Brown Nectar. This place is an adventure! We visited the same day Mexico beat France in the World Cup semi-finals... so of course, the kitchen staff was in a good mood. But somehow I got the feeling, it's always like tthis. --Drink Club NYC is a roving group of NYC drinkers

Pros: inventive food, adventurous beer list

Cons: somewhat pricey

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I first stopped into Cask not long after it opened, and immediately wished I'd done so earlier.
It's a fantastic little jewel-box when you first walk in.
A wonderfully comfortable bar - with plenty of room. An elevated area for dining. And best of all another room downstairs that is perfect for parties.
Speaking of which... recently I found myself in a last minute conundrum where I had to set up a back up location for a weekend gathering.
The staff went above and beyond in responding to my last minute inquiry about using their space.
I would highly recommend this spot for both an impromptu drink with a friend as well as full tour de force with all of your posse.

Amazing beer selections coupled with a great menu that goes beyond the basic pub fare... what's not to love?

2
★★★★☆

I first stopped into Cask not long after it opened, and immediately wished I'd done so earlier.
It's a fantastic little jewel-box when you first walk in.
A wonderfully comfortable bar - with plenty of room. An elevated area for dining. And best of all another room downstairs that is perfect for parties.
Speaking of which... recently I found myself in a last minute conundrum where I had to set up a back up location for a weekend gathering.
The staff went above and beyond in responding to my last minute inquiry about using their space.
I would highly recommend this spot for both an impromptu drink with a friend as well as full tour de force with all of your posse.

Amazing beer selections coupled with a great menu that goes beyond the basic pub fare... what's not to love?

Pros: WONDERFUL addition to the neighborhood

 

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