Check Out the Menu at the Ginger Man

Ninety draft lines and house-made charcuterie are now part of the Financial District's dining landscape.

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Downtown Boston has a new craft beer bar: The Ginger Man debuts Wednesday, March 16 at 5 p.m.

The Ginger Man, which also has a location in Midtown Manhattan, has 90 draft lines at its new Boston location, Eater reported. It has a 75-tap bar on the main dining level, and 15 drafts at a smaller, lower-level bar.

Boutique distributor Craft Collective shared that their portfolio is well-represented at the new pub, and an Instagram post from the Ginger Man shows tap handles from New Hampshire’s Deciduous and Kelsen brewing companies, Citizen Cider of Vermont, nomadic East Coast brewery Stillwater Artisanal, imports from Chimay and Ayinger, and others.

The restaurant seats 149 total, and a former vault room in the turn-of-the-century, Financial District building will eventually host private events and beer tastings, the Ginger Man’s director of operations Alex Silberstein told Eater.

The Ginger Man’s menu is craft comfort food. There is beef cheek poutine with spicy hollandaise, house-made sausages and charcuterie, including duck rillettes, pork and spinach terrine, wagyu bresaola, and more; a chili dog on a pretzel bun baked onsite, and handcrafted soft-serve ice cream. Check it out in full below.

“We’re very much a public house, so we’re trying to give our customers and guests an atmosphere in which they can enjoy really great drinks, great food, and conversation,” Silberstein told Eater.

Owner Bob Precious opened the first Ginger Man in Houston and expanded the brand across Texas and later, in Connecticut, but he has sold those locations and the naming rights, Silberstein said.

The Ginger Man Boston is open daily 11 a.m.-2 a.m.

148 State St., Boston, 617-936-4241, Facebook.

The Ginger Man Boston menu

The Ginger Man Boston menu. Click to view larger.