Open Monday-Saturday at 5 p.m. until last call, the outdoor city space which has its own entrance on Drury Street offers a playful, nostalgic environment providing ping pong, picnic tables, colorful seating and a vintage dresser from the 70s that’s been converted into a unique bar boasting boombox tunes.
Not only has the space, which once served as a parking lot, been completely transformed, but the Drury Beer Garden features a new food and drink menu giving into the backyard, picnic-like theme that showcases a laid back, yet still fun, vibe different from the Greek oasis inside.
A peek at the offerings gives way to chili garlic fingers; crab boil served with corn on the cob, sausage and potatoes; rotating dessert options; spiked lemonade, iced tea and punch poured in $6 pint and $55 cooler sizes; wine, drafts and over two dozen cans and bottles.
In addition, groups of six can reserve table services that include a case of beer, crab feast and dessert for $150.
Owners George and Vasiliki Tsiouris also hint at the arrival of early weekend hours and Sunday openings coming soon.
Take a look at the food and drink menus, below.
Drury Beer Garden
1311 Sansom Street
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