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The Bars of the East Village

The East Village is an historic neighborhood in New York City. It is the part of Manhattan below 14th St. south to Houston St. and from Broadway east to the East River. Once considered part of the Lower East Side, its neighborhood roots includes Russian & Ukrainian settlements, as well as the birth of the punk movement. Points of interest include Tompkins Square Park, Cooper Union, and Alphabet City.

In our continuous efforts to “connect the fun to the fun people”, we present our MurphGuide directory of the best bars in the East Village:

[Note: This page is currently under construction]

The Bars of the East Village

link10 Degrees: 121 St. Marks Place (between Ave. A & First Ave.) (212) 358-8600
Cozy wine bar & lounge
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link11th Street Bar: 510 E. 11th St. (between Ave. A & Ave. B) (212) 982-3929
Neighborhood Irish pub with live music Sunday through Thursday
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link12th St. Ale House: 192 Second Ave. (12th St.) (212) 253-2323
Friendly neighborhood bar with seasonal draft beer and a vintage jukebox
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linkThe 13th Step: 149 Second Ave. (between 9th & 10th St.) (212) 228-8020
Sports bar with 32 high-def flat screens and daily drink specials
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288 Bar (aka Tom & Jerry’s): 288 Elizabeth St. (at Houston St.) (212) 260-5045
Casual neighborhood bar with fun cocktails and an extensive selection of micro-brews.
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link2A (aka Thunderbirds): 25 Avenue A (2nd St.) (212) 505-2466
Corner bar with a live music venue upstairs
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7B Horseshoe Bar (aka Vazac’s): 108 Avenue B (E. 7th St.) (212) 473-8840
Classic East Village dive bar featuring pinball. Seen in several films, including Godfather Part 2, Crocodile Dundee, The Paper, Angel Heart, The Verdict and Rent
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linkABC Beer Co.: 96 Avenue C (between 6th & 7th St.) (646) 422-7103
Alphabet City Beer Co. (or ABC Beer Co. for short) is a craft beer store and bar with over 350 varieties of craft beers in bottles to go, as well as 12 rotating taps for on-premise consumption.
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linkAce Bar: 531 E. 5th St. (between Ave. A & B) (212) 979-8476
Large two-room bar with 2 pool tables, 2 dart boards, pinball, Big Buck Hunter, and skee-ball
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linkAcme Bar & Grill: 9 Great Jones St. (between Broadway & Lafayette) (212) 203-2121
a contemporary bistro transformed by executive chef and partner Brian Loiacono
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linkAlphabet Lounge: 104 Avenue C (7th St.) (212) 780-0202
classic East Village lounge
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linkAmor y Amargo: 443 E. 6th St. (Avenue A) (212) 614-6818
Amor y Amargo (Love and Bitters) is “the first bar in NY to focus solely on exploring the richness of the world’s bitters”
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linkAmsterdam Billiards: 110 E. 11th St. (between 3rd & 4th Ave.) (212) 995-0333
Upscale billiard club with 25 Brunswick pool tables, ping pong tables, darts, foosball, pinball, and beer pong
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Angel’s Share: 8 Stuyvesant Pl., 2nd Fl. (between 9th St. & Third Ave.) (212) 777-5415
Speakeasy cocktail bar hidden inside a Japanese restaurant, specializing in scotch cocktails. Named after the amount of alcohol that is lost to evaporation while the liquid is aged in oak barrels.
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linkAnyway Café: 34 E. 2nd St. (between Bowery & Second Ave.) (212) 533-3412
Russian cafe & lounge
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linkAu Za’atar: 188 Avenue A (12th St.) (212) 254-5660
Arabian French bistro serving Lebanese, Tunisian and Moroccan cuisine
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Augur’s Well Bar: 115 St. Mark’s Place (between Ave. A & First Ave.)
Local craft beer and bourbon bar.
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Avenida Cantinaavenida-cantina
25 Avenue B (between 2nd & 3rd St.)
New York, NY
(646) 882-0593
AvenidaCantina.com

friendly, neighborhood Tex-Mex bar & restaurant featuring home-cooking, tequila and beer.
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linkBaci e Vendetta: 131 Avenue A (between St. Mark’s Pl. & 9th St.) (646) 275-0461
trattoria, wine bar & cafe
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linkBait & Hook: 231 Second Ave. (14th St.) (212) 260-8015
Bait and Hook is a casual seafood bar & restaurant
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Bar None: 98 Third Ave. (between 12th & 13th St.) (212) 777-6663
Bar None is a casual sports dive bar
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linkBar Veloce: 175 Second Ave. (between 10th & 11th St.) (212) 260-3200
The East Village location of the world famous Italian wine bar.
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linkBar Virage: 117 Second Ave. (7th St.) (212) 253-0425
Gastropub serving contemporary Israeli cuisine and original craft cocktails.
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linkBarcade St. Mark’s: 6 St. Mark’s Pl. (between Second & Third Ave.) (212) 388-0522
combination bar and arcade with a focus on classic video games and American craft beer
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linkBeauty Bar: 231 E. 14th St. (between Second & Third Ave.) (212) 539-1389
The original Beauty Bar, housed in the former “Thomas Beauty Salon”.
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linkBedlam: 40 Avenue C (3rd St.) (212) 228-1049
2-room bar & lounge inspired by London’s infamous psychiatric hospital
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linkBeetle House: 308 E. 6th St. (between 1st & 2nd Ave.) (646) 510-4786
Beetle House is a bar & restaurant with an atmosphere and menu “inspired by all things dark and lovely”.
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linkBelfry: 222 E. 14th St. (between Second & Third Ave.) (212) 473-6590
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linkBerlin: 25 Avenue A (2nd St.)
Subterranean lounge & live music venue below 2A
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linkBibi Wine Bar: 211 E. 4th St. (between Avenue A & B) (212) 673-2424
Cozy wine bar serving small plates and a well crafted global wine and beer list.
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Big Bar: 75 E. 7th St. (between First & Second Ave.) (212) 777-6969
Small neighborhood dive bar for almost 3 decades
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Black & White: 86 E. 10th St. (between Second & Third Ave.) (212) 253-0246
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linkBlack Ant: 60 Second Ave. (between 3rd & 4th St.) (212) 598-0300
The Black Ant is a contemporary Mexican restaurant, cocktail bar and garden.
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linkThe Black Rose: 117 Avenue A (between 7th St. & St. Mark’s Place)
The Black Rose is a rock & roll bar
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linkBleecker St. Bar: 56-58 Bleecker St. (between Crosby & Lafayette) (212) 334-0244
neighborhood sports bar featuring 2 pool tables & 3 dart boards and showing DirecTV sports packages on 10 HDTVs & a large projector
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linkThe Blind Barber: 339 E. 10th St. (between Ave. A & B) (212) 228-2123
Barber shop with speakeasy cocktail bar in back
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linkBlind Pig: 233 E. 14th St. (between Second & Third Ave.) (212) 209-1573
Sports bar and home of the NYC Arsenal Supporters Club
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Blue & Gold Tavern: 79 E. 7th St. (between First & Second Ave.) (212) 473-8918
Ukrainian pub & sports bar
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linkBoiler Room: 86 E. 4th St. (between First & Second Ave.) (212) 254-7536
Renowned gay dive bar & lounge since 1991.
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linkBoilermaker: 13 First Ave. (1st St.) (212) 995-5400
Neighborhood bar serving cocktails, craft beer, burgers and more
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linkBoulton & Watt: 5 Avenue A (E. Houston St.) (646) 674-6004
Steam punk gastropub
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linkBowery Bar and Grill (aka B Bar): 40 E. 4th St. (between Bowery & Lafayette) (212) 475-2220
Bar & grill built in a converted gas station. Bower Bar has been a classic indoor and outdoor nightlife destination for over 2 decades.
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linkBowery Electric: 327 Bowery (between 2nd & 3rd St.) (212) 228-0228
Nightclub and live music venue
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linkBowery Poetry Club: 308 Bowery (1st St.) (212) 614-0505
poetry performance space
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linkBowery Road: 132 Fourth Ave. (between 12th & 13th St.) (212) 432-1324
American brasserie at The Hyatt near Union Square
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linkBrazen Fox: 106 Third Ave. (13th St.) (212) 353-1063
Gastropub and craft beer sports bar
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B-Side: 204 Avenue B (between 12th & 13th St.) (212) 475-4600
Cozy East Village dive with an eclectic jukebox
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linkBua: 122 St. Marks Pl. (between Avenue A & First Ave.) (212) 979-6276
Cozy and cool Irish pub with a patio
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linkBull McCabe’s: 29 St. Mark’s Place (between Second & Third Ave.) (212) 982-9895
Irish pub with a pool table and sidewalk seating
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linkBurp Castle: 41 E. 7th St. (between Second & Third Ave.) (212) 982-4576
Craft beer bar, “a temple of beer worship”, specializing in Belgian beer.
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linkButter: 415 Lafayette St. 2nd floor (between Astor Pl. & E. 4th St.) (212) 253-2828
An exclusive American restaurant & bar
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linkThe Central Bar: 109 E. 9th St. (between 3rd & 4th Ave.) (212) 529-5333
2-level Irish pub, sports bar and lounge
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linkCherry Tavern: 441 E. 6th St. (between Ave. A & First Ave.) (212) 777-1448
casual neighborhood bar with a pool table
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linkCienfuegos: 95 Avenue A (E. 6th St.) (212) 614-6818
Cuban restaurant and bar
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linkCloister Café: 238 E. 9th St. (between 2nd & 3rd Ave.) (212) 777-9128
Restaurant, cafe and lounge serving a wide range of hookah flavors
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linkClub Cumming: 505 E. 6th St. (between Avenue A & B)
Cabaret and performance space from entertainer Alan Cumming
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linkCoal Yard: 102 First Ave. (between 6th & 7th Ave.) (212) 677-4595
Neighborhood dive bar
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linkThe Cock: 93 Second Ave. (between 5th & 6th Ave.)
third location of gay dive bar
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linkContinental: 25 Third Ave. (between St. Marks Pl. & Stuyvesant St.) (212) 529-6924
Classic East Village dive with an amazing shot special: 5 shots of anything $12 All day/All night
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linkCooper’s Craft & Kitchen: 87 Second Ave. (E. 5th St.) (646) 606-2384
Craft beer bar and gastropub. First of two locations (also in Chelsea)
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linkThe Copper Still: 151 Second Ave. (between 9th & 10th St.) (212) 510-8469
Gastropub featuring 200 different types of whiskey
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linkCorlear’s: 217 E. 3rd St. (between Ave. A & B) (646) 918-6294
Old New York / Pre-Prohibition style bar which offers vintage cocktails and rotating 24 lines of craft beer
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linkCoyote Ugly Saloon: 153 First Ave. (between 9th & 10th St.) (212) 477-4431
The original Coyote Saloon, now a nationwide chain
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linkCrocodile Lounge: 325 E. 14th St. (between First & Second Ave.) (212) 477-7747
Casual neighborhood bar with free pizza, skeeball and a backyard patio
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d.b.a.: 41 First Ave. (between 2nd & 3rd St.) (212) 475-5097
craft beer bar with a backyard patio and a diverse selection of beer, whisky & tequila
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linkDallas BBQ: 132 Second Ave.(St. Mark’s Place) (212) 777-5574
East Village location of the Texas barbecue chain
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linkDeath & Co.: 433 E. 6th St. (between 1st Ave. & Ave. A) (212) 388-0882
Award winning 1920s-style cocktail lounge
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linkDecibel: 240 E. 9th St. (between Second & Third Ave.) (212) 979-2733
speakeasy style, basement Japanese sake lounge. New York’s original Japanese sake bar
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linkDesnuda Winebar & Cevicheria: 122 E. 7th St. (between First Ave. & Ave. A) (212) 254-3515
Wine bar & cevicheria specializing in South American wines
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linkDoc Holliday’s: 141 Avenue A (9th St.) (212) 979-0312
Honkytonk saloon with an old school jukebox, pool table, Big Buck Hunter, and friendly bartenders
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linkDorian Gray: 205 E. 4th St. (between Avenue A & B) (212) 979-0900
Literary-themed Irish pub opened by the great-grandnephew of Oscar Wilde
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linkDouble Down Saloon: 14 Avenue A (between 2nd St. & Houston) (212) 982-0543
NYC outpost of the famous Las Vegas saloon
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Double Wide
505 E. 12th St.
(between Ave. A & B)
(917) 261-6461
DoublewideBar.com
Double Wide is a neighborhood bar with a southern kitchen serving small plates of such southern favorites as frito pie, queso, biscuits & gravy, and hot wings.
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linkDream Baby: 162-164 Avenue B (between 10th & 11th St.) (212) 529-8463
Bar & cocktail parlour
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linkDrexler’s: 9 Avenue A (between 1st & 2nd St.) (646) 524-5226
Bi-level cocktail bar and lounge
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linkDrom: 85 Avenue A (between 5th & 6th Ave.) (212) 777-1157
Live music venue featuring jazz and rock, electronic, soul & funk, hip-hop and international music
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Drop Off Service: 211 Avenue A (13th St.) (212) 260-2914
English-style pub featuring craft beer, cask ales, house cocktails and fine wines
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linkDurden Bar: 213 Second Ave. (13th St.) (212) 473-1155
Bar inspired by Tyler Durden from “Fight Club”
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linkEast Village Social: 126 St. Marks Place (between First Ave. & Ave. A) (646) 755-8662
Bar, restaurant and live music venue
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linkEastville Comedy Club: 85 E. 4th St. (between Second & Third Ave.) (212) 260-2445
150-seat retro comedy club
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linkEdi & The Wolf: 102 Avenue C (7th St.) (212) 598-1040
Austrian restaurant & bar from chefs Eduard “Edi” Frauneder and Wolfgang “the Wolf” Ban.
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linkEl Camion Cantina: 194 Avenue A (12th St.) (212) 533-5436
Mexican restaurant & bar featuring an extensive list of 101 premium tequilas
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linkEmpellon al Pastor: 132 St. Marks Pl. (Ave. A) (646) 833-7039
Casual bar & taqueria. Part of a group of Mexican restaurants from chef Alex Stupak
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linkEsperanto: 145 Avenue C (9th St.) (212) 505-8559
Brazilian and pan-latin restaurant and bar featuring Brazilian cocktails
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linkEvelyn: 171 Avenue C (between 10th & 11th St.) (917) 617-1635
They call themselves a “drinkery”: a “no pretense bar for craft cocktails, great music, and a sexy room”.
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linkFinnerty’s: 221 Second Ave. (between 13th & 14th St.) (212) 677-2655
Sports & beer bar featuring keg service in the back. Home to all San Francisco sports fans in NYC
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Fish Bar: 237 E. 5th St. (between Second & Third Ave.) (212) 475-4949
Cozy neighborhood dive bar
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linkFlinders Lane NYC: 162 Avenue A (between 10th & 11th St.) (212) 228-6900
Australian inspired restaurant & bar offering a boutique selection of domestic & international wines.
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linkFonda: 40 Avenue B (between 3rd & 4th St.) (212) 677-4096
chef & cookbook author Roberto Santibañez’s restaurant with the cuisine of his native Mexico City.
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linkThe Garret East: 206 Avenue A (between 12th & 13th St.)
The Garret is a refined drinking establishment
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linkGato: 324 Lafayette St. (between Bleecker & Houston St.) (212)334-6400
Mediterranean restaurant & bar from chef Bobby Flay
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linkGhost Donkey: 4 Bleecker St. (Bowery) (212) 254-0350
Mexican lounge specializing in tequila & mezcal cocktails
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Gomi: 186 Avenue A (between 11th & 12th St.) (646) 707-0707
Gomi is a wine bar featuring Korean cuisine
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linkGood Night Sonny: 134 First Ave. (St. Mark’s Place) (212) 222-2222
Neighborhood tavern with a raw bar
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linkThe Grafton: 126 First Ave. (between 7th St. & St. Mark’s Pl.) (212) 228-8580
Neighborhood Irish pub & sports bar
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linkGrape & Grain: 620 E. 6th St. (between Ave. B & C) (212) 420-0002
cozy wine bar & small plate restaurant
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Grassroots Tavern: 20 St. Marks Pl. (between Second & Third Ave.) (212) 475-9443
classic East Village dive bar
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linkThe Grayson: 16 First Ave. (between 1st & 2nd St.) (212) 510-8726
sports bar with 45 HD TVs including 9 laser projectors
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linkGreat Jones Café: 54 Great Jones St. (between Bowery and Lafayette St) (212) 674-9304
Café featuring featuring Cajun & Creole cuisine, plus burgers, cocktails, and weekend brunch
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linkHataya: 103 Avenue A (between 6th & 7th St.) (212) 388-0588
Hookah lounge featuring Mediterranean & middle eastern cuisine
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linkHearth: 403 E. 12th St. (First Ave.) (646) 602-1300
Restaurant from Chef Marco Canora.
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linkHi-Fi: 169 Avenue A (between 10th & 11th St.) (212) 420-8392
Rock & roll bar and live music venue
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linkHoliday Cocktail Lounge: 75 St. Marks Pl. (between First & Second Ave.) (212) 777-9637
New incarnation of the classic East Village bar on St. Mark’s.
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linkThe Horsebox: 218 Avenue A (between 13th & 14th St.) (646) 370-1791
Neighborhood sports bar and home to Baltimore sports fans.
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linkHuertas: 107 First Ave. (between 6th & 7th St.) (212) 228-4490
Basque-inspired tapas restaurant serving food and beverages from Northern Spain
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linkIl Buco: 47 Bond St. (between Bowery & Lafayette St.) (212) 533-1932
Italian restaurant with a selection of over 400 wines
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linkIl Buco Vineria: 53 Great Jones (between Bowery & Lafayette St.) (212) 837-2622
Italian restaurant & wine bar, the offspring of il Buco around the corner on Bond St.
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linkIl Posto Accanto: 190 E. 2nd St. (between Avenue A & B) (212) 228-3562
Italian wine bar and restaurant next door to the owners Italian take-out, Il Bagatto to Go
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linkThe International Bar: 120 First Ave. (between 7th St. & St. Mark’s Pl.) (212) 777-9244
Classic East Village dive bar with a patio in back
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linkJoe & Mrs. Doe: 45 E. 1st St. (between First & Second Ave.) (212) 780-0262
casual American bar & restaurant
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linkJoe’s Pub (at the Public Theater): 425 Lafayette St. (between Astor Pl. & E. 4th St.) (212) 539-8777
Bar, restaurant & performance venue at The Public Theater with live music every night
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Josie’s: 520 E. 6th St. (between Ave. A & B) (212) 228-9532
formerly a pre-Prohibition era bar that has been restored to it’s former glory as a classic dive.
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linkJuke Bar: 196 Second Ave. (12th St.), Basement level (212) 228-7464
Cozy basement cocktail bar
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linkJules Bistro: 65 St. Marks Pl. (between First & Second Ave.) (212) 477-5560
Authentic French bistro with live jazz nightly, providing a taste of Boulevard St. Germain
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linkKaraoke St. Mark’s: 6 St. Mark’s Pl. (between Second & Third Ave.) (212) 228-6250
Karaoke bar & lounge featuring private rooms
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linkKarma: 51 First Ave. (between 3rd & 4th St.) (212) 677-3160
Hookah bar & lounge and one of the few remaining bars where it is legal to smoke
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linkKelly’s: 12 Avenue A (between Houston & 2nd St.) (212) 388-1464
sports bar specializing in hockey and NYC home to Buffalo Sabres & Bills fans, and Chicago Cubs fans.
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linkKeybar: 432 E. 13th St. (between 1st Ave. & Ave. A) (212) 478-3021
Cocktail lounge and mini nightclub
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linkKGB (The Kraine Gallery Bar): 85 E. 4th St. (between Second & Third Ave.) (212) 505-3360
former Ukrainian social club now literary bar featuring eclectic reading series including fiction, science fiction, poetry, etc.
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linkKGB (The Red Room): 85 E. 4th St. (between Second & Third Ave.) 3rd floor (212) 475-5400
speak easy style club on the 3rd floor above KBG
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linkKingston Hall: 149 Second Ave. (between 9th & 10th St.) (212) 673-2663
Kingston Hall resembles the inside of a Caribbean mansion from 1890, which was later taken over by the Jet Set crowd in the ‘60s
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linkKlimat: 77 E. 7th St. (between Second & Third Ave.) (917) 214-0589
Wine bar, beer garden, and Eastern European bistro.
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linkLa Cerveceria: 65 Second Ave. (between 3rd & 4th St.) (212) 777-6965
Latin American tapas with sharp Peruvian influences and a concentration on American craft beers and New World wines
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linkLa Linea Lounge: 15 First Ave. (between 1st & 2nd St.) (212) 777-1571
Casual candle-lit bar  lounge
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linkLa Palapa: 77 St. Mark’s Pl. (between 2nd & 1st Ave.) (212) 777-2537
authentic Mexican restaurant specializing in “Mexico City style” tacos and quesadillas and regional home cooking
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linkLadybird: 111 E. 7th St. (between First Ave. & Ave. A) (917) 261-5524
Vegan tapas & wine bar
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linkLafayette: 380 Lafayette St. (Great Jones St.) (212) 533 3000
French cafe featuring an extensive French wine list.
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linkThe Library at The Public: 425 Lafayette St. (between Astor Pl. & E. 4th St.) (212) 539-8790
Supper club and cocktail bar on the mezzanine at The Public Theater.
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linkLibrary of Distilled Spirits: 80 13th St. (Fourth Ave.) (212) 432-1324
Cocktail bar at the Hyatt Union Square featuring a collection of over 1,000 bottles produced around the world.
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The Library: 7 Avenue A (between 1st & 2nd St.) (212) 375-1352
East Village saloon
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linkLinen Hall: 101 Third Ave. (between 12th & 13th St.) (646) 602-9316
Gastropub featuring 12 craft beers on tap and a vast selection of craft beer in bottles
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linkLion’s Beer Store: 104 Second Ave. (6th St.) (212) 475-0595
Bar, a restaurant, beer consultancy, and retail store all in one
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linkLois: 98 Avenue C (between 6th & 7th St.) (212) 475-1400
Lois serves all of their wines from the tap
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linkLovecraft: 50 Avenue B (E. 4th St.) (212) 432-2802
Steampunk themed pays pays homage to horror author H.P. Lovecraft
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Loverboy: 127 Avenue C (8th St.) (212) 539-1900
Neighborhood cocktail spot with pizza
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linkLovers of Today: 132 1/2 E. 7th St. (Avenue A) (212) 420-9517
basement cocktail bar under Niagara
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linkLucien: 14 First Ave. (between 1st & 2nd St.) (212) 260-6481
French bistro serving traditional French gems.
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linkLucky: 168 Avenue B (between 10th & 11th St.) (212) 777-3111
Lucky is a neighborhood “dive bar for grownups”.
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Lucy’s: 135 Avenue A (between 9th St. & St. Mark’s Place)
Lucy’s is one of the last bastion of old school East Village bars.
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linkMace: 649 E. 9th St. (between Avenue B & C) (212) 673-1190
Cocktail bar with spice-themed cocktail menu from master barman Nico de Soto.
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linkMaiden Lane: 162 Avenue B (10th St.) (646) 755-8911
bar & restaurant providing the experience of a European conservas bar with a New York spirit.
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linkMama’s Bar: 34 Avenue B (between 2nd & 3rd St.) (212) 777-4425
friendly neighborhood dive bar
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linkManitoba’s: 99 Avenue B (between 6th & 7th St.) (212) 982-2511
Neighbordhood hang out run by Richard “Handsome Dick” Manitoba
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linkMarcha: 111 Avenue C (between 7th & 8th St.) (646) 781-9147
East Village location of the uptown Spanish tapas bar
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Mary O’s: 32 Avenue A (between 2nd & 3rd St.) (212) 505-5610
Cozy Irish pub & restaurant
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linkMcSorley’s Old Ale House: 15 E. 7th St. (between Second & Third Ave.) (212) 473-9148
Historic NYC ale house serving dark & light ale since 1954 (or thereabouts)
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linkMermaid Inn: 96 Second Ave. (between 5th & 6th Ave.) (212) 674-5870
East village location of the New England-style seafood restaurant & bar
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linkMighty Quinn’s: 103 Second Ave. (6th St.) (212) 677-3733
East Village location of the slow smoked barbecue chain
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linkMiss Lily’s 7A Café: 109 Avenue A (7th St.) (212) 812-1482
Jamaican jerk shack & rum bar
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The Mockingbird
below Avenida Cantina
25 Avenue B (between 2nd & 3rd St.)
New York, NY
(646) 882-0593
avenidacantina.com/#mockingbird-bar

The Mockingbird is an eclectic bar and lounge serving up tequila-centric cocktails in a speakeasy below Avenida Cantina
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Mona’s: 224 Avenue B (between 13th & 14th St.) (212) 353-3780
Old school East Village dive bar featuring a pool table, skee-ball and a jukebox
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linkMother of Pearl: 95 Avenue A (E. 6th St.) (212) 614-6818
Postmodern Polynesian restaurant & tiki bar from cocktail maven Ravi DeRossi.
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linkNarc Bar: 25 Cooper Square (5th St.) (212) 441-3555
bar at the Standard Hotel
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Nexus Lounge: 76 E. 1st St. (First Ave.) (212) 260-9950
Basement lounge below One and One, located at the Nexus of the Universe (1st & 1st)

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linkNiagara: 112 Avenue A (E. 7th St.) (212) 420-9517
Iconic East Village rock & roll bar
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linkNowhere: 322 E. 14th St. (between 1st & 2nd Ave.) (212) 477-4744
Casual dive bar welcoming a diverse group of patrons, both gay and lesbian
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linkNublu: 62 Avenue C (between 4th & 5th St.) (212) 979-9965
a coffee shop/wine bar with live music scene. Also a record label
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linkNuyorican Poets Café: 236 E. 3rd St. (between Ave. B & Ave. C) (212) 505-8183
home for groundbreaking works of poetry, music, theater and visual arts for over 40 years
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O’Hanlon’s Bar: 349 E. 14th St. (between First & Second Ave.) (212) 473-5542
Neighborhood Irish pub and sports bar featuring pool and darts
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linkOne and One: 76 E. 1st St. (First Ave.) (212) 260-9950
Corner bar located at the Nexus of the Universe (1st & 1st)
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linkOpen House: 244 E. Houston St. (between Essex & Norfolk St.) (212) 982-3532
A mixology driven cocktail bar and lounge by evening, dance club by night
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linkOtto’s Shrunken Head: 538 E. 14th St. (between Avenue A & B) (212) 228-2240
Otto’s is a tiki bar and live music venue
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linkPangea: 178 Second Ave. (between 11th & 12th St.) (212) 955-0900
Restaurant & cabaret with cross cultural influences, such as American, Mediterranean and Asian.
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linkPardon My French: 103 Avenue B (between 6th & 7th St.) (212) 358 9683
Contemporary French bistro serving Mediterranean influenced tapas
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linkPDT: 113 St. Mark’s Place (between 1st Ave. & Avenue A) (212) 614-0386
PDT means please don’t tell. So we won’t tell you about the secret entrance
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linkThe Penny Farthing: 103 Third Ave. (between 12th & 13th St.) (212) 387-7300
Gastropub named for the old time bicycle
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linkPercy’s: 210 Avenue A (13th St.) (212) 228-4885
Irish pub and eatery
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linkPhebe’s: 359 Bowery (E. 4th St.) (212) 358-1902
Long-time casual neighborhood tavern & grill that has evolved along with the East Village
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linkPhoenix: 447 E. 13th St. (between First Ave. & Ave. A) (212) 477-9979
Long-time gay institution.
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linkPinks: 242 E. 10th St. (between First & Second Ave.) (646) 918-6231
Neighborhood bar & restaurant paying homage to automotive Kustom Kulture
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linkPlanet Rose: 219 Avenue A (between 13 & 14th St.) (212) 353-9500
Karaoke lounge for drinkers who sing and singers who drink
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linkPoco: 33 Avenue B (E. 3rd St.) (212) 228-4461
Tapas bar & restaurant known for their weekend brunch
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linkPouring Ribbons: 225 Avenue B (between 13th & 14th St.), 2nd fl. (917) 656-6788
A cocktail bar from Alchemy Consulting.
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linkProfessor Thom’s: 219 Second Ave. (between 13th & 14th St.) (212) 260-9480
named for “Professor” Jerry Thomas, father of the cocktail and the first celebrity bartender . Home for all New England sports in NYC
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linkProletariat: 102 St. Mark’s Place (between Ave. A & 1st Ave.) (212) 777-6707
Craft beer bar featuring rare, new, and unusual beer.
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linkPyramid Club: 101 Avenue A (between 6th & 7th St.) (212) 228-4888
Legendary nightclub for music lovers of 80’s, punk, goth, new wave, alternative, Brit & synth pop
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linkRaclette: 511 E. 12th St. (Ave. A) (917) 853 5377
Restaurant serving authentic Swiss and French cuisine, specializing in cheese
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linkReVision Lounge: 219 Avenue B (between 13th & 14th St.) (646) 490-7271
Bar, lounge and gallery made completely of recycled and re-purposed material
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linkThe Roost: 222 Avenue B (between 13th & 14th St.) (646) 918-6700
Coffee, espresso, beer and brown spirits bar and neighborhood hang
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linkRoyale: 157 Avenue C (10th St.) (212) 254-6600
Neighborhood sports bar and burger joint with a heated backyard garden and flat screen TVs
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linkRue B: 188 Avenue B (between 11th & 12th St.) (212) 358-1700
Intimate jazz lounge featuring live music every night
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St. Dymphna’s: 118 St. Marks Place (between Avenue A & First Ave.) (212) 254-6636
Irish pub named after the patron saint for the nervous & emotionally disturbed
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linkSanatorium: 14 Avenue C (E. 2nd St.) (212) 614-0300 / (347) 445-3476
Hospital themed cocktail bar from Albert Trummer
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linkSatsko: 202 E. 7th St. (between Ave. B & C) (212) 614-0933
Satsko is a cozy Japanese sake bar
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linkSaxon & Parole: 316 Bowery (Bleecker St.) (212) 254-0350
Equestrian themed gastropub featuring cuisine by Michelin-starred Chef Brad Farmerie
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The Scratcher: 209 E. 5th St. (between Second Avenue & Bowery) (212) 477-0030
Cozy East Village Irish pub featuring live music on Sunday nights: The Scratcher Sessions
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linkSidewalk Café: 94 Avenue A (E. 6th St.) (212) 473-7373
The Sidewalk, a neighborhood institution for over 30 years, features a restaurant, bar and performance space
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linkSing Sing: 81 Avenue A (between 5th & 6th St.) (212) 674-0700
Karaoke bar & lounge featuring 14 private rooms
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linkSing Sing: 9 St. Mark’s Place (between Second & Third Ave.) (212) 387-7800
Karaoke lounge featuring private suites
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linkSister Jane: 349 E. 13th St. (First Ave.) (917) 265-8234
Neighborhood restaurant & bar, the East Village sister of Tavern on Jane
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linkSister Midnight: 110 Avenue A (7th St.) (212) 614-9798
Rock & roll bar below Niagara
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linkSlainte: 304 Bowery (between Bleecker & Houston St.) (212) 253-7030
Casual neighborhood Irish pub and sports bar featuring craft beer
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Sly Fox: 140 Second Ave. (between 9th & 10th St.) (212) 673-6479
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linkThe Smith: 55 Third Ave. (between 10th & 11th St.) (212) 420-9800
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Solas: 232 E. 9th St. (between Second & Third Ave.) (212) 375-0297
Irish pub with an East Village vibe
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Sophie’s: 509 E. 5th St. (between Ave. A & B) (212) 228-5680
East Village dive bar
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linkStandings Beer Bar: 43 E. 7th St. (between Second & Third Ave.) (212) 420-0671
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linkStillwater: 78-80 E. 4th St. (between Bowery & Second Ave.) (212) 253-2237
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linkSubCulture: 45 Bleecker St. (Lafayette St.) (212) 533-5470
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linkThe Summit Bar: 133 Avenue C (between 8th & 9th St.) (347) 465-7911

Bistro menu & crafted cocktails.
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linkSwift Hibernian Lounge: 34 E. 4th St. (between Bowery & Lafayette) (212) 260-3600/(212) 22-SWIFT
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linkTaberna 97: 97 St. Mark’s Pl. (between First Ave. & Avenue A)
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linkTaqueria St. Mark’s: 79 St. Mark’s Place (between 1st & 2nd Ave.) (646) 964-5614
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linkThe Third Man: 116 Avenue C (between 7th & 8th St.) (212) 598-1040
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linkThirsty Scholar: 155 Second Ave. (between 9th & 10th St.) (212) 777-6514
contemporary Irish pub
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linkThree of Cups: 83 First Ave. (E. 5th St.) (212) 388-0059
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Tile Bar: 115 First Avenue (E. 7th St.) no phone
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linkTree Bistro: 190 First Ave. (between 11th & 12th St.) (212) 358-7171
Tree is a romantic French bistro with canopied walled garden
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linkTwo Boots: 37 Avenue A (between 2nd & 3rd St.) (212) 505-2276
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linkUCB East Theatre: 153 E. 3rd St. (Avenue A) (212) 366-9231
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linkUpstate: 95 First Ave. (between 5th & 6th St.) (917) 408-3395
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linkV Bar St. Mark’s: 132 First Ave. (St. Marks Pl.) (212) 473-7200
V Bar is a wine bar offering a rotating list of about forty wines, many of them organic.
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linkVNYL House of Cocktails, The: 100 Third Ave. (between 12th & 13th St.) (917) 675-7725
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linkVon: 3 Bleecker St. (Bowery) (212) 473-3039
wine bar & lounge serving 27 wines by the glass or bottle
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Wash House: 44 E. 1st St. (between 1st & 2nd Ave.) (310) 367-2301
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linkThe Wayland: 700 E. 9th St. (Ave. C) (212) 777-7022

Cocktail bar utilizing fresh and unique ingredients, plus American craft beers
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linkWhiskey Town: 29 E. 3rd St. (between Bowery & Second Ave.) (212) 505-7344
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William Barnacle Tavern: 80 St. Mark’s Place (between 1st & 2nd Ave.) (212) 388-0388
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linkThe Winslow: 243 E. 14th St. (between Second & Third Ave.) (212) 777-7717
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linkWise Men: 355 Bowery (between 3rd & 4th St.) (646) 590-4244
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linkThe Wren: 344 Bowery (Great Jones St.) (212) 388-0148
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linkYuca Bar: 111 Avenue A (between 6th & 7th St.) (212) 982-9533
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linkZadie’s Oyster Room: 413 E. 12th St. (First Ave.) (646) 602-1300
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linkZum Schneider: 107 Avenue C (7th St.) (212) 598-1098

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