Flatiron Hall is a downtown restaurant with a cool Beer Cellar that has a bar dating back to the Prohibition.
As the Hall is a tribute to the Student Art League of NY, there are murals, paintings & sketches throughout. The Hall is furnished with ornate lighting & dozens of variations of antique flatirons including some fueled by coal, kerosene, and gasoline.
The beer steins which adorn the restaurant are only a small part of Hall’s collection. The main bar is from the Commodore Hotel in downtown Manhattan circa 1870, with antique leaded glass arches.
Flatiron features its own special beers on tap, making Flatiron Hall one of the best places to sample craft beer in NYC
. Interestingly, most of Flatiron’s special cocktails are derived from a bartending manual of a local bartender’s great uncle. Their menu
is designed for lunch, dinner, and late-night with bar-friendly variations on classics like Sashimi Tacos and Chicken Tikka Masala Wontons with a wide selection of salads, sandwiches, and entrees. The Pastrami Reuben Springroll is unforgettable.
With large communal tables as well as nooks and crannies for a bit of privacy with someone special, Flatiron Hall has something for everyone. In addition, the downstairs Beer Cellar has a relaxed atmosphere that can accommodate larger groups. Join Flatiron Hall for the city’s best Happy Hour – Monday – Friday from 4-7 pm to sample some of their summer ales.