NYC Bars Permanently Closed Due to Covid-19 Pandemic

It gives us great pain to update this page.

Every announced bar closing represents a dream that has ended. Countless jobs and opportunities lost, from the front of the house (bartenders, wait staff, managers, security, and bar backs) to the back of the house (kitchen, janitorial, clerical). Potential financial ruin for the ownership. Loss of clients for all the vendors that supply each venue. Plus the loss of community and family that each bar provides for their clientele and their neighborhoods.

New York City will get through this, and rise again, but unfortunately, without these venues. The bars listed below have announced that they will NOT be re-opening when the NY-Pause is lifted:

Manhattan:

Coogan’s Pub: 4015 Broadway (169th St.) (212) 928-1234

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Daddy-O’s: 44 Bedford St. (between Leroy St. & Carmine St.) (212) 414-8884

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Lucky Strike: 59 Grand St. (between Wooster & West Broadway) (212) 941-0479

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Paris Café: 119 South St. (Peck Slip) (212) 240-9797

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Pegu Club: 77 W. Houston St. (West Broadway) 2nd floor (212) 473-PEGU

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Pig ‘n’ Whistle on 3rd: 922 Third Ave. (between 55th & 56th St.) (212) 688-4646

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Queens

Irish Cottage: 108-07 72nd Ave. (Austin St.) Forest Hills, NY. (718) 520-8530

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Woodhaven House: 63-98 Woodhaven Blvd. (Fleet Ct.) Rego Park, NY. (718) 894-5400

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