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Heartland Brewery & Beer Hall

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  • American (Traditional), Bar Food
  • 93 South St, New York NY10038 40.7105709 -73.9846523
  • (At Fulton St)
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  • (646) 572-2337
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User Ratings (Based on 9 reviews)

2.445
Food 2.3 Value 2.0
Service 2.4 Atmosphere 3.1

Other Restaurant Info

Phone:
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(646) 572-2337
Fax:
fax
(646) 572-2743
Website:
www.heartlandbrewery.com
Notes:
Private Parties Catering Visa, MC, AmEx
Hours:
Mon: 11:30am-9pm Tue-Fri: 11:30am-10pm Sat: 11:30am-11pm Sun: 12pm-9pm
Serves:
Lunch, Dinner
Features:
Great Views, Outdoor Dining, Bar Scene, Wheelchair Friendly, Accepts Credit Cards, Catering, Private Parties

User Reviews

  • Heartland Brewery & Beer Hall

    Posted by bifpocaroba on 07/16/2010

    Great

    Beer is great and for pub food this is perfect. The chicken spring rolls are awesome.

  • Heartland Brewery & Beer Hall

    Posted by Bill on 03/21/2010

    Not happy

    We got suckered into going here by the offer of a free beer after the NYC half marathon. Somehow, despite the free beer offer, the were totally understaffed, and unprepared for the coming crowd. The limited menu was overpriced for pitiful amounts of terrible food. I had the breakfast burrito, which claimed to contain eggs, vegetables and chorizo, but they appeared to have replaced the chorizo with week old ham. Furthermore, they refused to split checks, took 45 minutes to get water to the table, and forgot to bring out my buddies dish for a good 10 minutes after all other dishes were brought out. The only redeeming factor for this place was the beer. Beer all around was good. Too bad you can't eat beer.

  • Heartland Brewery & Beer Hall

    Posted by Max from Jersey on 12/13/2008

    Go for the beer, not the food

    The beer is great: it is rare to find microbreweries in the east-coast, let alone ones that carry such great stouts and porters. I ordered the beef briskets and I was very very disappointed. It seems like they only steam the meat then pour barbecue sauce over it. They could have fooled a tourist, but not somebody who's been to authentic hickory-smoked barbecue houses all over the midwest.

  • Heartland Brewery & Beer Hall

    Posted by 24 yr old male on 08/01/2008

    Avoid At All Costs!

    Looking for nachos, my girlfriend and I decided to give this place a chance since we live in this area... worst idea. Ever. Instead of traditional GOOD nachos, they decided to serve us sweet and tangy BBQ sauce on top of stale tortilla chips. Chicken sandwich and fries were barely acceptable. At least the beer sampler was good.

  • Heartland Brewery & Beer Hall

    Posted by The people of NYC on 07/05/2008

    Serious disappointment

    With the Seaport location and competition you would think that Heartland would be motivated to have great food and service but alas... The service was poor (slow and arrogant!) and the food was not worth the wait. I remember when this HB opened and was happy to go but each year it gets worse and worse. (Also, how can a Seaport restaurant not have fried calamari as an appetizer?The shrimp is not good) We were a large group and all pledged we would never go to HB again.

  • Heartland Brewery & Beer Hall

    Posted by Anonymous on 07/04/2008

    Poorest meal in a long time...

    The location was an obvious tourist trap. We overlooked it because it was a local brew house and we expected that the food might be overpriced (~$13 for both taco salad and smoked chicken salad), but expected at least quality. The chicken was EXTREMELY over cooked. More like leather. The lettuce was brown, and the two nachos that made up the taco component were stale. Add $4 for a barely lemon tasting, more like water with lemon juice from a plastic bottle, lemonade and you have a really disappointing evening.

  • Heartland Brewery & Beer Hall

    Posted by luna on 09/21/2007

    good beer

    I normally don't like and don't drink beer but i gave this a try. Especially the raspberry cidar which was delicious. The only bad thing was when the onion rings (whatever they were) were served, it smelled like gasoline and tasted like it too. So we made one of the wait staff smell it and he agreed but he didn't take it back, just left it there. Maybe it was just a bad onion day. The waiters and waitresses are awesomely nice. good place if you want a drink

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