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Birreria
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Today 11:30 am – 11:00 pm
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Rooftop 200 5th Ave New York, NY 10010
Rooftop, 200 5th AvenueUSNew YorkNew York10010
(212) 937-8910eataly.com
$$Bar & Grill, Italian RestaurantToday 11:30 am – 11:00 pm
Monday 11:30 am – 11:00 pmTuesday 11:30 am – 11:00 pmWednesday 11:30 am – 11:00 pmThursday 11:30 am – 11:00 pmFriday 11:30 am – 12:00 amSaturday 11:30 am – 12:00 amSunday 11:30 am – 11:00 pm
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Scenic rooftop setting for elevated Italian cuisine, house brewed ales & high-end imported beer.- Google
"Enjoyed the shitake mushrooms, some charcuterie, and pork ribs."
"Highly recommend just getting the cheese and meat plates."
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Matthew Danowski
a month ago
Birreria has above average Italian food in a quasi-outdoor rooftop setting. The food is what you would expect given the circus downstairs, and the beer selection is somewhat massive from a bottle perspective. However, the prices are somewhat ridiculous for what you are getting. The "caesar salad" which cost almost $20 consisted of 5-6 pieces of romaine. The pork shoulder definitely made up for it, but was still lacking in the overall scope of the dish. The restaurant is located on the rooftop, but you really don't notice it much aside from some limited views and a breeze if you are lucky. If you have the unfortunate experience of getting sat in the sun, you will bake anytime the temperature is above seventy five degrees. It wasn't a horrible experience, but was underwhelming given the hype and prices.
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Nathaniel Gopen
9 months ago
Great beer and wine, also a full bar. The charcuterie is good, I've never had real food here. But I enjoy coming with friends in warmer months to grab a drink while the roof is open and just hang out and socialize. It's very lively so it's a fun spot for a date also.
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Jamahl Thompson
a year ago
Great rooftop seating. Insane amount of beer selections and amazing cheese/meat plates! A must-go place for foodies from all around.
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Maki Yamamoto
a year ago
La Birreria can be found after taking the elevator near the bathrooms on the main level of Eataly. Now that the sun is out for longer, definitely make reservations because this rooftop bar does get crowded. The food is decent with a menu that includes things like roasted chicken, salmon, sausages...but come here for the beer. Come here for the beer. No, really. They have rare craft brewed bottles (Dogfish Head!!). Enjoy your summer!
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Matt Shelosky
8 months ago
If beer and a great view are your thing, come to Birreria at the top of Eataly. Above the hustle and bustle of Eataly is a beer garden that is open to the air in the summertime and enclosed in glass in the winter. It's a great space, but can be very loud and crowded many nights of the week. If you don't mind the wait, or sitting at the bar - this is a great option for different beers brewed on-site and enjoying the scenery of Madison Square.
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Upi Hyvärinen
3 months ago
Nice place for some beers, didn't eat and the prices seem a bit high for eating. The beer list seems impressive though.
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Jeremy Monsky
a year ago
The only thing better than roaming endlessly around the fantastic foods of Eataly below is making a trip upstairs to the awesome beer garden on the roof. In house brewed beers, imports and a great variety of interesting craft beers make this a great spot for day drinking and even some snacking.
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Tyler Lund
a year ago
Eataly and the food and drink within are interesting and unique, but lack a certain soul that would make them more appealing. It may be the sterile, corporate atmosphere. The prices are also egregious for the same products at other markets, just because they have an Italian flag on them. The espresso does smell amazing when you walk in though.