Brooklyn has dozens of neighbourhoods, each with its own character, and pubs, taverns, saloons and lounges in many different flavours. In this city guide are bars old and new for any temper; from highfalutin to homely, tranquil to raucous. A saloon for New York's beachcombers, one for philosophers, bars for scholarly pursuits and musical appreciation, a few for a good old-fashioned shot and a beer, and many more for crackerjack cocktails of the moment.
* Written by Jon Hammer & Karen McBurnie, designed by Steve Wolf
* A3 (297x420mm) folded to A6 (105x148mm)
* Litho-printed in England on recycled paper
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