With two successful Manhattan venues under its belt — The Randolph and Randolph Beer, both on Broome Street in NoLita / Chinatown — The Randolph Group has now moved to South Williamsburg with its third bar opening, Randolph Brooklyn.
The Story: The group’s first Randolph is known as a cocktail destination; their second, a beer bar with a huge range of brews on tap and an extensive food menu, as well. Randolph Brooklyn combines elements of both. Alongside drinks, you’ll find dishes that’ll look familiar to Randolph fans — fried chicken thighs with garlic, ginger, and sake, and the much-loved Evil Sprouts with maple, balsamic and bacon — as well as a few new ones.
The Look: The 75-seat space feels open and eclectic, with a bit of a punk vibe; expect rich red booths, eclectic art and a tower of retro TVs.
The Drinks: The 12 rotating draft lines give you plenty of beers from which to choose; the cocktail menu features highlights from The Randolph including the Old Roman (rye, rhubarb aperitivo, absinthe, blood orange) and El Pepino Fresco (tequila, elderflower, cucumber, lime) — along with a few original drinks.
The Scene: Expect a laid-back Brooklyn crowd welcoming this new addition to an increasingly well-served strip of Williamsburg.
104 S. 4th St.