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Make your own beer festival in Grand Central on National Beer Day

There's a beer deal for every commuter.

Beer is not exactly the underdog of the beverage world anymore, but we’re not going to argue with continuing to celebrate National Beer Day.

On April 7, Grand Central is not merely a transit hub to get you on your way to happy hour. Shops and restaurants around the station are offering special dishes like Modelo-braised brisket, discounts on drafts and cans ($1.99 Sapporo with your poké bowl?), paired plates and more. It’s like a customizable beer festival — just remember guys, this is a classy train station.

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Check out all of Grand Central’s National Beer Day offerings:

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Beer Table: 20% off all draft beer, available for takeaway in 64 oz. reusable growlers or capped mason jars
Café Spice: Two potato samosas with chutney and your choice of beer, $5.99
Central Market New York: Draft beers (including Delirium Tremens) are $3 for 10 oz.
Great Northern Food Hall: Any craft beer at The Bar and Grain Bar is $8 during lunch and dinner
including The Ruggenaut, a new collaboration with Brooklyn Brewery using leftover rye bread from the food hall; special of a roasted pork sandwich paired with a beer, $20
La Chula: Get a special taco for $4 made with Modelo-braised brisket, chipotle, guac and chicarrons. All Modelo beers and cheladas are $3
Michael Jordan’s The Steak House N.Y.C.: Complimentary guided tastings of seasonal beers from Anheuser Busch (i.e. Blue Point, Stella, Goose Island) in the wine salon, with hot pretzels. All beers will be available for purchase at the main bar for $5
Murray’s Cheese: 20% off two of their favorite cheeses to pair with beer, the Challerhocker and Cabot Clothbound Cheddar
Prova Pizzabar: Bucket of any Montauk beer, $25
Shake Shack: Free koozie with beer purchase
Shiro of Japan: Cans of Sapporo are $1.99 with any chirashi or poké bowl
Zaro’s Bakery: Half off a pretzel or a bag of popcorn with any beer purchase

 
 
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