When what you drink is as important as what you eat, you’ll want to hit up these beer-centric spots:
Band of Bohemia
A trio of fine-dining veterans opened this “culinary brewery” in Chicago’s Ravenswood neighborhood at the tail end of 2015; a former Half Acre brewer pushes the boundaries beer-wise—Orange Chicory Rye ale, anyone?—alongside ambitious modernist food.
This casual bistro with a tight, thoughtful (and affordable) beer list opened in November in Philly’s Point Breeze neighborhood, dishing out global plates like Massaman sweet potato curry and braised pork shoulder. Order up drafts from Against the Grain, Yards and Allagash.
Classic arcade games, pan-Asian cuisine and craft beer come together at this lauded, months-old bar in Los Angeles’ Echo Park. Get your fill of beer from 12 taps, vintage pinball and crispy tofu balls.
This six-month-old St. Louis eatery’s concrete and wood-dressed bar is the place to sip from eight local-leaning taps and dive headfirst into the Farmhouse Burger topped with an egg, cheese