Little River Beer Garden is now open at Riverpark

Sun’s out, guns out… You know what that mean? Dining al fresco season is en vogue.  Need a place to meet a friend or co-worker after work? Look no further… Riverpark’s Little River’s Beer Garden is now open.  

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Photo Credit: Danielle Adams

Little River Beer Garden is now open at Riverpark,  NY famed chef, Tom Colicchio’s modern American restaurant overlooking the East River in Kips Bay. Adjacent to Riverpark’s expansive patio and 15,000 square-foot urban farm, Little River Beer Garden is a casual, outdoor destination for local & craft beers, wine and food from Riverpark’s executive chef Andrew Smith, beverage director Dusan Vranic and pastry chef Geoffry Koo.   TRANSLATION: YUM!  Little River Beer Garden overlooks the East River with

picnic-table seating and counter-style service. At night, string lights twinkle overhead to illuminate the beer garden, while trees provide a shady retreat from the daytime summer sun. Later this month, the team will begin offering board &backyard games.


Photo Credit: Danielle Adams

No beer garden isn’t complete with some brews and bites.  The Little River Beer Garden has a = selection of refreshing and easy-to-drink draft beer from Long Island Beer Project is available by the pint or pitcher, along with a menu of wines served by the glass or carafe. They also offer grapefruit wine cooler, as well as buzz-free refreshers such as a cucumber lemonade.  Feeling famished? Their raw bar accompanies summer-inspired dishes such as peel & eat shrimp, fish tacos, a lobster roll, fried chicken sandwich and a burger. For dessert, Koo looks to the adjacent farm to inspire simple yet refreshing sweets such as mango-passion fruit granita, strawberries & cream and house-made popsicles.

Peckish now? Here’s where to go.

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Photo Credit: Danielle Adams

Little River Beer Garden

450 East 29th Street (First Avenue)

New York, NY 10016

212.729.9790 | @riverparknyc


4pm to 10pm, Monday through Friday

12pm ’til late, Saturday and Sunday




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