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3 Places to Stop for Cider While Enjoying Central Park Bike Tours

NYC bike tourWith so much to see and do in Central Park, you are sure to need a break whether you are on one of the tours or just taking advantage of a bike rental NYC Central Park. When you need a quick pause, consider stopping for a cider at one of these spots. Each one is near Central Park and will be the perfect spot to relax with a beverage that reminds you it is fall. Unfortunately, you will likely have to venture out of the park for your cider, although you don’t have to go far from your Central Park bike tours.

The Jeffrey Craft Beer & Bites

Right after your Central Park bike tours or during a break from your cheap bike rental NYC, head over to Jeffrey Craft Beer & Bites. There is a long list of craft ciders on its list of drinks, along with beer for those in your group who don’t want cider. You can even get a snack or eat a full meal while you’re there. You will probably need some food in your system anyway after all that biking.

E’s BAR

E’s Bar is among the most popular choices close to Central Park and its menu includes cider along with other beverages. It opens nice and early and has a range of food as well so you can enjoy that complete meal you crave with a refreshing cider. Get a Sin Rose Cider or something else to calm your thirst and make you feel like fall has truly arrived.

Treadwell Park

Very close to the Jeffrey, Treadwell Park is another choice for those in search of cider after a bike rental NYC or following Central Park bike tours. Although they have more beer than cider, there are still multiple hard ciders to choose from, such as Jacks Hard Cider Helen’s Blend on tap and multiple bottled choices. This is another spot with an extensive menu, so you can use your cider to wash down a meal.

Bonus in Central Park: Tavern on the Green

If you definitely want to stay in Central Park during your bike ride but want cider, go to the Tavern on the Green. Its menu includes Doc’s Draft Hard Apple Cider in addition to beer and other alcoholic beverages.

Or Just Enjoy Central Park

If you aren’t positive you want a cider and can make do with another similar beverage, you can also stop at one of the several restaurants within Central Park. In terms of drinks, Le Pain Quotidien has craft beer, Belgian beer, and organic wine along with hot beverages like hot chocolate. The Loeb Boathouse has nearly every type of drink you can imagine from whiskey and bourbon to blended scotch to cocktails.

 

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