Best Outdoor Bars

Best Outdoor Bars

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    Situated on the northern edge of the eponymous cemetery, this Brooklyn drinkery features an expansive alfresco space where you can kick back with a pint or a pitcher of one of 24 beers on tap. bit.ly/1bdcnxw
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    A bright color palette, Mexican-inspired grub, and flowing frozen margaritas and piña coladas (each $8) make this eco-friendly Fort Greene joint one of Brooklyn’s summeriest spots. bit.ly/1bdcnxw
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    You’ll find fun and games on this Williamsburg bar’s 2,600-square-foot brick patio. Grab a beer or cocktail and sit at one of the tables made of wood reclaimed from a Rockaway Beach boardwalk in 2010. bit.ly/1bdcnxw
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    This slick but unpretentious taqueria draws artsy young locals to its brick-walled, tin-ceilinged space. Throughout the summer, this LIC spot screens movies, shorts and recorded concerts. bit.ly/1bdcnxw
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    This Harlem spot offers plenty of room: Its 3,000-square-foot patio accommodates hundreds around communal picnic tables. Stop by for happy hour (weekdays 4–7pm) for beer, wine, cocktails or pub grub. bit.ly/19an1lh
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    This cozy pub serves specialty beers (like Mother’s Milk and HoublonChouffe) to a youthful crowd. Perks include free popcorn and a spacious outdoor area. bit.ly/19an1lh
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    Seating is plentiful, the drink list features a fair share of low-alcohol brews, and traditional Czech food is available to soak up some of that booze. What is there not to love about this bierhaus? bit.ly/17tjiri
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    Not only does this Greenpoint bar have a lovely backyard, complete with a gondola repurposed for seating, but it also offers plenty of session beers with an ABV of 5 percent or less. bit.ly/17tjiri
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    On top of a 19th-century townhouse sits this German-inspired beer garden. You’ll have to journey through two floors of crowds and thumping music to get there, but it’s worth the fresh air and steins. bit.ly/194crma
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