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147 Front St., Brooklyn, NY | Directions 1120140.70248022675514 -73.987290635705
Neighborhoods: Vinegar Hill
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Best party place in NYC! – I just had my 30th birthday party in the Lo Rider Room at ReBar, and from the beginning of my planning to the end of the party night, this place was nothing but wonderful! I had been into the main bar a few times and had good experiences and loved the atmosphere...but even at that I had no idea it would be as amazing as it was for a big party! Jason, the owner, is super friendly and accomodating. He was easily reachable anytime I needed to speak with him and really made me feel like his priority is to be sure his customers have a great time at the bar. The space is gorgeous--the room we had was perfect for the 50-60 guests I had and I was able to bring in my own DJ who said his set up was very easy. All the service that night was just great--from the friendly host when I arrived to set up, to the cocktail waitress serving my party, to the GM at the end of the night who promptly settled up my deposit refund--and especially the super sweet & friendly bartender, Kelly, who couldn't have been more attentive! I completely recommend ReBar for any kind of event--it's fantastic!
Awesome ambiance – The best spot to see and be seen and delight in architectural possibilities. Love the food, love the ambiance.
Waste of lunch money – I ordered the special of the day which was penne pasta. This was $13. The pasta did not include meat which was fine but to my surprise there was no bread or side salad.
The pasta looked like something the lunch lady would serve at a school cafeteria. It way to salty and the portion size so small little children would be hungry.
Lunch specials should be value I hate to see what they charge for dinner.
To say some positive the building looks nice and with new management could really be a great place.
I will not be going back! I wish I could give this 0 stars.
Great place to have a birthday party – I had my 35th birthday party in the Low Rider Room and had a wonderful time. The room was large enough to fit my guests and the bartendar Brian was THE BEST bartender! I was able to bring my own DJ and reBar had their on DJ set with turntables so all the DJ had to do was bring the music and a few extra stuff like headset. The Manager Jason is very organized and is easily reached. I recommend this place for any function, you would be very pleased. Will party there again! :)
what a place!!!! wow – i was there after a film shooting and i was having the absolute worse day in my career and there was this bartender dressed in all black that conforted me and helped me get threw these hard times he is an angle and i will be telling all my friends about Rebar ,,,I LOVE IT
Definitely the coolest bar in Brooklyn. – This place is awesome, great food and AWESOME beer. It's a great environment for having a beer with friends, but it's big enough to hold a good-sized party. I would definitely recommend this joint to anyone.
Great for a party! – I recently had a party here in the low rider room and it was the perfect set up for a big group. The staff was great and the price was reasonable for a party space in New York. I would highly recommend reBar.
Their Prices are a TOTAL BUZZKILL!! – I hate to trash a local business that delivers a quality product. But the bottom line is that their prices are absolutely insultingly too high. I ordered a glass of Delirium Tremens (a good belgian ale with a kick). I was charged $8 for a glass filled half way containing AT MOST 10 oz. Not only did I feel ripped off, but had I ordered another I think I would have probably felt like a gluttonous pig (the idea of spending $16 on myself for a trickle of ale seemed like something I might do when celebrating a promotion - not celebrating...Thursday). I left and went across the street for a pint of Kelso (a fantastic brooklyn brew) which only cost $3.50 at happy hour.
I used to dig this place, but their prices have crept up and basically it's just stupid. I no longer go there anymore and am richer for it! If their prices drop, maybe I'll be back.
And what's with the bathroom key?
Beer Haven – What's more to say? Rebar is about as good a neighborhood bar as you will find anywhere. The bartenders are beer experts , and with their constantly changing rotation of Belgium's, IPA's, and other premium type beers, want for selection is never a problem. Don't be afraid to ask about the beers, their origins, etc. as Rebar's bartenders are almost enthusiastic about telling you what they know. The food is served as small appetizer-like portions, and I wish they would build their menu up with some hearty sandwhiches, etc.
P.S. They also have a growing tequila selection.
Great beer selection and neighborhood bar. – Rebar is actually at 147 Front Street, not 68 jay street (where another great bar is located).
I've been there many times; at times it's so crowded you can't even move, and at others it's a nice, quiet neighborhood bar. The beer selection is amazing, with lots of information given on the menu. THe wine selection is lacking, howeever-- even with a large wine menu, they seem to be out of many varieties much of the time. The service CAN be very slow when it is crowded, that is true, but overall I would recommend this bar for their beer selection and large, beautiful space. Tapas are good-- convenient for a late snack of charcuterie or salad. This is a bar, afterall, not a restaurant.
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