Best Gastropubs in the U.S.

Whether they take a heavy cue from British tradition or hew more to modern American style, these top-notch pubs all have two things in co...
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Jimmy’s No. 43; New York

This low-ceilinged, subterranean East Village favorite, which dates to the 1880s, offers a dozen always-rotating taps, often stocked with New York breweries like Barrier and Peekskill. (Owner Jimmy Carbone has been known to take customers into the bottle room for off-list picks.) The food menu features a seasonally inspired mix of plates like kale anchovy toasts, shrimp and grits, and sausages from a nearby Eastern European butcher; Jimmy’s also puts together the occasional beer or cider pairing dinner.

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