Amity Ales Brewpub & Eatery review


Amityville pub serves satisfying Irish-American classics

Review from Newsday The rustic-chic look of reclaimed wood and brick is totally on-trend. So, too, a long list of craft beers on tap. But don’t mistake Amity Ales for a cookie-cutter gastropub. For one thing, at least one of the beers served is brewed on premise. Also individualizing the place: Colorful, whimsical murals. Vintage photos. And an Irish-American menu that reflects the heritage of two of its co-owners, Helen and John Corry, who both hail from Ireland.
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Amity Ales Brewpub and Eatery


fdEATS05 Review from Newsday
Type: Beer, Brewery, Pub Price range: $$ (Moderate) Description:

In rustic-chic surroundings, Amity Ales Brewpub & Eatery serves up craft brews — at least one made on premises — and a menu of satisfying Irish-American pub classics. Recommendations include a warm pretzel with cheddar ale dip, baked clams, a thick juicy burger with irresistible hand-cut fries and ultra-comforting shepherd’s pie.

Hours: Sunday to Thursday, noon to 11 p.m. Friday and Saturday, noon to midnight. Ambience: Very Good Service: Good Credit cards: Accepted Accessibility: Wheelchair accessible

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Gastropub launches with own beer on tap


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Amity Ales Brewpub & Eatery review: Amityville pub serves satisfying Irish-American classics


newsday1The rustic-chic look of reclaimed wood and brick is totally on-trend. So, too, a long list of craft beers on tap. But don’t mistake Amity Ales for a cookie-cutter gastropub. For one thing, at least one of the beers served is brewed on premise. Also individualizing the place: Colorful, whimsical murals. Vintage photos. And an Irish-American menu that reflects the heritage of two of its co-owners,.. More