The relatively new Paulaner Bräuhaus which abruptly closed in April has re-opened under new management. We never made it to the original incarnation before they closed; we tried to drop by one Saturday afternoon around 4pm but found that they didn't open until 5. Since I never saw the inside, I can't comment on the renovations but the current space has a long bar on one side and communal tables and smaller booths on the other. There's lots of wood, exposed brick, and antlers - giving the place a modern Bavarian feel. They've also got a smaller room downstairs and are working on a small outdoor area.
Copper brewing tanks sit across from the bar
|Summer bock (from the fermentor).|
|Wolfgang, B.R., Bob and Andreas.|
|1872: Courtesy of the NYPL Mid-Manhattan Picture Collection|