THE RESTAURANT

Join us for a unique dining experience that captures the rustic cuisine, refreshing hard cider, and social revelry of a Basque sagardotegi (cider house). Enjoy cider-catching straight from the barrels or just relax and enjoy some of Bushwick's finest comfort foods. Great for groups of all sizes!

For group reservations of 15 or more, reservation questions, or private events, please call us at (347) 295-0308. For group reservations of 30 or more, please email events@brooklynciderhouse.com Reservations are not needed to enjoy our bar area.


THE BAR & FOOD

Join us in our spacious taproom bar area dedicated to the street artists and craftsmen that Bushwick embodies.

Quench your thirst with delicious cider, beer, and wine. Enjoy a causal New-American bar food menu including burgers, Korean chicken wings, and brunch on the weekends.

• BAR HOURS •

 Tuesday – Thursday •  12pm to 10pm

Friday •  12pm to 12am

Saturday •  11am to 12am

Sunday •  11am to 10pm

CLOSED MONDAYS

• *NEW* PATIO HOURS •

 Tuesday – Friday •  12pm-4pm

free wifi and dogs welcome!


BRUNCH

Sat & Sun •  11am to 4pm

Classic American brunch favorites like Chicken & Waffles, Steak & Eggs, and Cider Mimosas await you. Great for large groups!


Address & Directions:

Brooklyn Cider House – 1100 Flushing Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11237

By Subway – We are 1 block away from the Jefferson L Stop.

 

LEARN MORE

Among more than 80, and counting, hard cider producers in New York State, we are the first farm cidery in New York City to open an on-site restaurant, featuring cider-centric gastronomy. We offer a limited menu, perfectly paired with our ciders and made with timeless homespun methods to highlight simple, farm-fresh ingredients. We also spearhead and house cider events, educational workshops, tastings, and harvest celebrations. We don’t just want to be a successful place of business. We strive to make Brooklyn Cider House a place of innovation, creativity, history, and community, and one day, to be a hallmark of Bushwick and Brooklyn, recognized for capturing the spirit of Brooklyn with something local, something crafted, something smart, and wildly natural.