This bar encourages its patrons to choose from an abundance of dark liquors and to drink them straight-up, or (if you must) with one ice cube.
- Wonderful Selection
- Delicious Snacks
- Friendly Service
- Small Space
- Tiny Kitchen
- Only One Beer on Tap
Address: 188 Havemeyer St., at S. 4th St.
Nearest Subway: JMZ to Marcy Ave.
Hours: 6 p.m. - 2 a.m., Sunday through Thursday; 6 p.m. - 4 a.m., Friday and Saturday. Kitchen closed Tuesdays.
Tucked underneath the Williamsburg Bridge, this bar specializes in whiskey, bourbon, and rye. Not for the light drinker, there is little beer and wine to choose from, and though cocktails can be made, they are discouraged. If you like to drink your dark liquors neat or on the rocks, Post Office is the bar for you. On a weekend night, the bar was crowded and there was nowhere to sit or stand, but the short ten minute wait for a table was worth it. Not only is there an incredible selection of bottles (the waiter will bring you a binder to choose from), Post Office offers delicious snacks like Deviled Eggs ($5) or a surprisingly delicious Chicken Liver Sandwich similar to a Banh Mi for $8. Even the house salad ($7) was refreshing and tasty.
For the complete selection of alcohol, visit Post Office's website at www.postofficebk.com. This bar is a great choice for after dinner drinks, romantic or friendly - a perfect place to sip if you aren't too hungry.