The Malt House Opens in FiDi

May 21, 2015 9:49 pm Last Updated: March 8, 2018 5:23 pm

This week, The Malt House puts down roots in its second location, the Financial District, in a spacious 7,000-square-foot space across three levels. More than 40 craft beers are on tap.

An underground cocktail parlor pays tribute to American history with seven American flags recovered from different times of our nation’s history. George Washington’s commander-in-chief flag, for example, with its distinctive six-point stars, hangs in the parlor. Cocktails will be themed accordingly, like the George Washington, made with barrel-aged Woodford Reserve Rye, Black Dirt Apple Jack apple brandy, maple, and bitters.

Rib-eye. (Courtesy of The Malt House)
Rib-eye. (Courtesy of The Malt House)

Executive chef Armando Avila (5 Napkin Burger & STK) creates items such as in-house smoked meats (wings and ribs), almost poutine-style Tavern Fries with gravy and cheese, Fish Tacos, a Rib Eye with cheddar mashed potatoes and Texas mustard.

The Malt House
9-11 Maiden Lane (between Broadway & Nassau)