Restaurants We Know You Want to Put on Your Radar: Free Pizza at Ainslie Italian Wine Bar and Beer Garden

It’s still patio drinking season here in New York, which means we’ll be raising a refreshing Aperol Spritz this weekend before officially switching over to Starbucks’ new pumpkin cream cold brew. That’s why we’re excited to discover this newly opened wine bar and beer garden in Williamsburg, Brooklyn that looks like it’s ready to throw the parties we usually only see in a music video.

Ainslie Italian Wine Bar and Beer Garden, 76 Ainslie Street, Brooklyn, New York

A massive, tri-level space that can hold up to 340 guests is just the place we need to escape to this fall. With a menu from Chef John DeLucie of wood fired pizzas, pastas, and a New York strip steak, this converted wire loom factory is big draw for anyone who loves group dining. But what really draws us to Ainslie is the fact we can have a conversation about important things, like whether or not The Morning Show with Jennifer Aniston is going to rescue her from having to do anymore Adam Sandler Netflix comedies. Ainslie includes a 70-seat back beer bar and outdoor beer garden, a 60-seat living room, and a 1,000 square foot 50-person roof deck and bar are a few places we’re looking forward to unwinding. The drink menu includes 20 wines by the glass, four wines on tap, and 16 beers on tap. If that’s not enough, on opening day September 12, 2019, the first 100 guests receive free pizza for a year just for coming in to say hi.

Have a look below at what awaits inside Ainslie Italian Wine Bar and Beer Garden below:

When the penne ala vodka hits, the beat also drops.  Photo Credit: Thomaslphoto

When the penne ala vodka hits, the beat also drops. Photo Credit: Thomaslphoto

One of the many spots to enjoy a drink at the new Ainslie Italian Wine and Beer Garden: Photo Credit:  Thomaslphoto

One of the many spots to enjoy a drink at the new Ainslie Italian Wine and Beer Garden: Photo Credit: Thomaslphoto

Wood-fired pizzas, wine, and plenty of room to stretch your legs are why you might want to check out Ainslie. Photo Credit:  ThomaslPhoto

Wood-fired pizzas, wine, and plenty of room to stretch your legs are why you might want to check out Ainslie. Photo Credit: ThomaslPhoto