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Teddy’s: Bill Roundy’s cartoon review

The bartoonist scopes out a Williamsburg classic

for The Brooklyn Paper
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Teddy’s Bar & Grill [96 Berry St., at N. Ninth Street in Williamsburg, (718) 384–9787, www.teddyswilliamsburg.com]. Open Sun–Thu, 11 am–2 am; Fri, Sat, 11 am–4 am.

Updated 10:09 pm, July 9, 2018
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Reasonable discourse

John Wasserman from Windsor terrace says:
As much as I enjoy the colors in this article, I;m afraid that I just can't say that I agree with this. Pardon me.
April 5, 2013, 6:09 pm
not John Wasserman from Windsor terrorist says:
John, I won't pardon you, troll. Are you going through a psychological change in your life, you overgrown orangutang?
April 6, 2013, 1:30 am
Steve from Williamsburg says:
1.) Teddy's is one of the best bars in NYC. Period.
2.) It's on the corner of Berry & N. 8th -- NOT N. 9th!
3.) The stained glass should read "Peter Doelger's Extra Beer." You left out the apostrophe and "S" on the brewer's name.
4.) Did I mention Teddy's is one of the best bars in NYC? I meant "in the world." And no, I'm not one of the owners.
April 6, 2013, 4:38 am
David from Formerly of Williamsburg and Greenpoint says:
If we were being "old-timey" we'd be doing our online bashing of each other at the bar! A fight would break out and then we'd settle up by buying each other a round. Is Teddy's not "trendy" enough for hipsters? One look around the barroom and I would tend to disagree!
April 6, 2013, 9:05 am
carole trusinski cruz from williamsburg.brooklyn says:
I am a 70 year old who grew up in Williamsburg,my dad and uncles hung out at Teddys bar as I did as a young woman,it was the nieghborhood hangout,good to see they kept the
name although Teddy is deceased,One day I was in there with my dad having a few drinks when a man began to bother me,my dad hit him one time and knocked him out,this was in 1965,they picked him up sat him in a chair and everyone keep on drinking,I felt proud of my dad for defending me,everyone is gone now but I have so many memories of Williamsburg and Teddys is a landmark on the Northside,I live in Florida now since 1978 but have gone back and went back to Teddys with some of my old friends it was still pretty much the same inside and out just tables outside now..I think of the old nieghborhood all the time its my home town..Oh and by the way that man apoligized and bought us a drink..so all was well..
April 6, 2013, 4:29 pm
old time brooklyn from slope says:
carole - you are a few years older though not many 0 different branch off of the same tree
April 7, 2013, 4:59 pm
John Wasserman from Windsor Terrace says:
Thank you, Steve, for pointing that out. I wish you all best.
April 8, 2013, 4:41 pm

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