A NEW American Classic, "Heartland Brewery & Chop House", is a welcoming American Restaurant and Brewery. Featuring a contemporary American "Chop ... More
Heartland Brewery Chophouse
A NEW American Classic, "Heartland Brewery & Chop House", is a welcoming American Restaurant and Brewery. Featuring a contemporary American "Chop House" menu, including Prime Aged Steaks, Chops, Shellfish and Fresh Pastas. Being a Brewery, Heartland Brewery and Chop House produces a variety of different "Award Winning" House and Seasonal Blends with a touch of American ingenuity, available only at Heartland Brewery Chop House.
Great seasonal beers, the best of which is the amazing Black Lager. Also newly on tap is the Indie 500 IPA, which is a great IPA w/ a nitrious finish (so it looks like a Guinness). Go for the beer, the food is just typical pub fare, although the chicken tenders w/ chiptole mustard is a cut above the typical chicken finger dish. Had the nachos the last time I was there, the vegitarian chili is too sweet and doesn't work.
This restaurant has a cozy inviting ambience with wood paneling and large wooden booths. A generous selection of brews and a delicious burger make Heartland an excellent alternative to the plethora of fast food restaurants in the Times Square area. Although not cheap by any means, (a burger, beer and soda cost about $25), the price is comparable to or better than a lot of restaurants in the neighborhood.
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