The Ginger Man

Row 1

Details
11 E 36th St (btwn Madison & 5th Ave)
New York, NY 10016
(212) 532-3740
Bar, Whisky Bar
$ $
Hours
Mon–Thu: 11:30 AM–2:00 AM Fri: 11:30 AM–4:00 AM Sat: 12:30 PM–4:00 AM Sun: 12:30 PM–2:00 AM

Foursquare Tips

  • This is where I first kissed the gal who is now my wife! Kiss someone tonight, you never know where it might go...
  • Try something new and tasty
  • Right across the street from Rattle N Hum is another great bar with tons of taps of the best stuff on earth. You can even bring your Growler and fill it up!
  • Get a cask. Don't get anything you've heard of.
  • Avoid the happy hour (unless you like moshing with bankers) but if you're craving an obscene selection of beers in the midtown area, this is probably your best bet.
  • Go to The Ginger Man. Great beers, good service!
  • Weeknights after work, it's a gauntlet of suits, but it's worth scavenging for a seat for the largest craft beer tap list in NYC... once the guy clears his barstool to catch the 7:13 to Greenwich.
  • There are no good tips on this thing cause most people who come here are meatheads
  • Drink good beer
  • A true heaven for beer enthusiasts, the craft beer selection is just endless, you'll never finish tasting them all!
  • A true milestone in the craft beer history. A classic. A must. Come and you'll understand what i mean!
  • Blueberry beer is awesome
  • order duvel green!
  • Finally, a beer selection in NY that pleases a San Diegan. Amazing selection of craft beers with friendly, knowledgable bartenders. Beer in Manhattan never tasted so good.
  • douchebags on tap.
  • Excellent beer selection.
  • The best bar in Midtown for an extraordinary selection of craft beer-- double IPA's, saisons, sours, Belgian, barley wine and more. This is the place for discriminating beer drinkers.
  • One of our favorite after-work spots to grab a beer, although it gets very crowded. The bartenders are very knowledgable, so defer to them if you don't know what to order from the extensive list!
  • The beer list is extensive, perhaps the best in NYC...but nothing beats a Rodenbach Grand Cru if you're a fan of sours.
  • Try the beer!