Good Times, Good Co.
I’ve been wanting to check out Williamsburg bar Good Co. since word spread to my Midwestern ears that they had one of the flyover states’ favorite past times, Cornhole (note: I did NOT say cow tipping, thankyouverymuch).
Fortunately when I finally visited I found many other reasons to return: cocktails served in mason jars, a dance party to a mash-up of 80s songs and fog horn sounds, “Weekend at Bernie’s” playing on the projector screen, a large and well-lit patio space, $5 PBR and shot specials, and Buck Hunter.
After talking to many others, awesome things I apparently missed include a 2×4 Jenga game, a Guinness float, awesome food, and a mysterious bus parked in the patio (PS It just wasn’t there, I wasn’t *that* drunk). In any case, a place that can accommodate crowds, get us drunk on the cheap and entertain our sloppy asses is pretty ace in my book. See you again soon, Good Co.!
10 Hope Street (between Roebling & Havemeyer)
Photo Credit: NYDrinker.com