Showing posts with label kegs. Show all posts
Showing posts with label kegs. Show all posts

Tuesday, May 29, 2018

Monday, August 15, 2016

Mystery kegs at Nino's

Nino's has been closed since last October on Avenue A and St. Mark's Place.

A few people explored taking over the space... but the former pizzeria remains on the rental market.

And over the weekend these [presumably empty] kegs arrived inside the storefront.

Curious who they belong too, given that there any adjacent businesses that are even open... and Nino's didn't serve beer.

Friday, January 31, 2014

Things we were unaware of: Village Farm Grocery now delivers kegs

The other morning we walked by Village Farm Grocery on Second Avenue and East Ninth Street ... and noticed a lot of kegs out front... Forgot to follow-up on that one (after all, it was like -2 degrees out).

Anyway! We saw on Facebook yesterday that the market is now delivering kegs... right to your apartment, dorm room, etc. Here's a list of what they have on tap, so to speak.

Perhaps some other corner markets have the same service? Dunno! Why would anyone want so much beer delivered to his or her home? [Don't really answer that.]

Wednesday, August 12, 2009

At your keg service

Oh, Superdive has their keg menu online now.

And I was never good at math and stuff. So, how much is in a keg? Thankfully, the Superdive site does the converting for me to make planning easier!

15.5 Gal = 165 - 12oz beers | 50L = 140 - 12oz beers
30L = 84 - 12oz beers | 20L = 56 - 12oz beers

Thursday, June 18, 2009

East Village, please meet your new nightmare

Somehow I missed this... Thanks to Eater for reporting on this... they linked to an UrbanDaddy article on the bar that's opening at the former site of Rapture on Avenue A between 12th Street and 13th Street.

The following is from UrbanDaddy.

This story is a warning.

You are about to enter a world of crazy—an all-out, raucous, beautiful disaster of a bar that will eat you alive if you let it.

Let's get right to it: meet Superdive, now taking keg service (yes, seriously) reservations for their grand East Village opening next week. Enter at your own risk…

Now, the first rule of Superdive is that there are no rules. You can mix your own cocktail behind the bar if you like. There's no door policy — anyone can come in. You can order a round of beers or a keg of beer, and a cocktail waitress will deliver the keg to your table in a rolling kegerator. You can even sit down and play their Steinway piano underneath a large applause sign.

It's total lawlessness in bar form. You'll know you're in the right place when you walk into quite possibly one of the least adorned bars you'll ever see—the walls are maroon, the banquettes have floral patterns and there's even a row of protected seats for ladies who don't want to deal with gentlemanly advances, delicately dubbed the "f*ck off seats."

Just drop in with a few (or more) friends, carve out one of the booths along the wall, order up a keg (more exotic orders, like Hitachino or Chimay, take 48 hours, but they have regular kegs in stock), take over the iPod and walk out eight hours later not recalling much of what just happened.

In other words, just like a good dive bar experience, only supersized.