Closing Bell: Berg’n Will Open August 27

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Berg’n Beer Hall will open its doors in a former garage in Crown Heights on August 27, as Grub Street first reported. The 9,000-square-foot space at 899 Bergen Street will offer food from Mighty Quinn’s, Pizza Moto Slice Shop, Asia Dog, and Ramen Burger for lunch and dinner, and locally roasted Parlor coffee and Dough doughnuts for breakfast. Berg’n will also have a 40-foot antique bar that serves locally brewed beer and pints of Bell’s Two-Hearted Ale. The beer hall is connected to 1000 Dean Street, a 150,000-square-foot former Studebaker service station that’s been converted to office space.

5 Comment

  • no-permits

    for real this time? it’s been schedule to open every month since december or so.

  • Moonface

    “will also have a 40-foot antique bar that serves locally brewed beer and pints of Bell’s Two-Hearted Ale.”

    why can’t anything just be normal? are people still impressed by local this and that and reclaimed shit?! Is anyone sitting there reading this going “Oh FUCK YEAH! antique bar and locally made beer and stuff!? i GOTTA CHECK THAT BERG’N out!!!”….no, because this place is basically the google of played out brooklyn crap….or “curated” to use the vernacular. i just really wish this would all stop. please, make it stop.

    That said, Bell’s (from Michigan, the motherland for many a brooklyn hipster) is really good beer. Much better than six point (tastes like rust) or kelso (just seems off to me).

  • Agree on Bells. Six Point is off. People like to drink, eat, and hangout. This place will be packed. Good luck to them….

  • dash

    Looks really nice. Modern but warm. Love the communal tables.