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A roomy brick-and-wood hall in Cobble Hill manages to be both chic and warm, with large communal tables, a mellow vibe and a good selection of craft beers (including KelSo, Ommegang and Allagash). There’s a simple menu of charcuterie, cheese boards and other snacks, including smoky ham and cheese sandwiches, quinoa salads and mezze platters (hummus, baba ghanoush, ollives).