PATRONS at Christian Papanicholas’ Cannibal restaurant (113 E 29th St, New York, NY 10016; 212-686-5480) are greeted by two refrigerator cases filled with brews, which gives way to groups of happy people noshing violently on slabs of bone marrow in between hearty glugs of beer. The house-made pretzel comes out piping hot, the side of dipping cheese the ideal drunken accompaniment to its gooey innards. Try also the Cannibal Dog, covered in spicy tripe chili and scallions with Chinese mustard. If you’re daunted by the pages-long beer menu, ask one of the knowledgeable waitstaff for guidance, and you will receive it. There’s also an outdoor garden, which is heated and covered.