AWARD WINNING BLOODY MARYS
The term "Award Winning" gets thrown around a lot these days, but we've got the trophies to prove it.
What's more, our reputation over the past decade speaks for itself. Our savory (and sometimes sweet) concoctions test the boundaries of normal, and go far beyond. We wear the "spice level" inquiry as a badge of honor, not only because we can burn your face off, but also because we can use a dash of just the right kind of one of a dozen specialty hot sauces to make you a brunch cocktail suited just for you.
LOCAL CRAFT BEER
With 16 rotating draft options, we have plenty of room to get creative, stay on top of trends but also true to form.
From Hazy IPA’s to West Coast, Sours to Lagers, Kombucha to Brown Ale, we’ve got whatever you’re in the mood for, particularly if it's something local.
BATCHED COCKTAIL POUCHES
Our creatively curated cocktail pouches can be spilt over ice or enjoyed straight from the pouch.
Endlessly customizable, we're introducing new creations all the time. Check out our menu for the latest offering.
Looking for something special? We're happy to create a cocktail pouch as unique as you are! Contact us via our chat to fulfill a special request.
Champagne makes everything better so why not treat yourself with our Champagne Fizzes! Your most beloved Classic and House cocktails are reimagined with the addition of bubbly, making them extra in the best sort of way.
Chilled and ready to be enjoyed over ice, by the flute or right from the pouch.
What's The Deal With Pine Box?
Housed in a former casket factory, we've proudly served as a neighborhood hub since October 2010. Just steps from the Morgan Ave L Train in East Williamsburg/Bushwick, Pine Box is your go-to spot for local craft beer and innovative cocktails, community happenings, televised events and more.
PRESS FOR PINE BOX ROCK SHOP
THE NEW YORK TIMES BOITE: PINE BOX ROCK SHOP
March 13th 2013
The bar doesn’t wear its philosophy on its sleeve. As such, the clientele draws from the neighborhood’s various tribes. A recent Wednesday night found the space filled with a young, outdoorsy-looking crowd, including guys in rugby and flannel shirts, chatting with women in vintage dresses. At the bar, two bearded men had their noses deep in books.
THE NEW YORKER: PRINCIPLED EATING AND DRINKING AT PINE BOX ROCK SHOP
May 5th 2017
At most decent vegan establishments, the exclusion of meat and dairy from the menu is not conspicuous, and the politics of animal liberation take a back seat to the culinary experience. Not so at the Pine Box Rock Shop, perhaps the most aggressively herbivorous bar in the five boroughs.