A Public House
Naked City strives to carry on the rich tradition of the American public house. Way back in the 1770s, community sentiment against British rule fermented in the public houses of the New England Colonies, leading to the Revolutionary War. Those heady days were long ago, but knowledge of them lingers at the Naked City.
At Naked City, we believe great beer and delicious food set the table for community life. Come for a pint, a friend, a laugh, a film, a book, a work of art, a discussion of the issues of the day, and some truffle fries.
Every beer tells a story, and every one ferments in its own time. The bar, dining room, Walrus Beer Garden, and Screening Room at Naked City offer a moment of ease, a moment to reflect and recharge.
Come one, come all, to Greenwood's town hall.