Bars & Clubs in East Village, NY


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McSorley's Old Ale House

McSorley's Old Ale House

New York, NY

McSorley's is a wormhole into 1854. And the prices are close to the times too. One of the only tourist bars with integrity.

Death & Co.

Death & Co.

New York, NY

With ingredients like Greek yogurt, red pepper puree, and and chipotle tabasco sauce, you are in for inventive, amazing cocktails.

Terroir

Terroir

New York, NY

Though the Terroir empire has expanded into other neighborhoods, this tiny joint is still my favorite, with a much cozier feeling than its Tribeca cousin. Sit at the bar and chat with the bartenders, who will make helpful suggestions from a crazily colorful and irreverent wine menu often starring dry Rieslings. Happy hour is a good deal, and the food menu complements wine nicely, with the usual charcuterie and cheese, plus more filling bruschetta and panini.

The Penny Farthing

The Penny Farthing

New York, NY

Awesome happy hour in the East Village with half off wines and beers. The crowd gets loud in the evening but the food is surprisingly tasty for a such a large gathering place. Try the ahi tuna -- you'll be left full from the large slices and lemony undertones.

Top Bars & Clubs in East Village, NY



Bars & Clubs in East Village, NY
Keybar

Keybar

432 E 13th St, New York


I don't like bars. I find the false cheer and immodest prices to be a bit of a bore. Call me a misanthrope, but I hate standing around making bad conversation with drunk people. It…
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Pangea

Pangea

178 2nd Ave, New York


I have been going here for years now and I am ALWAYS happy with this place! Great food, ambiance, service and drinks! I 100% suggest going here.
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Second on Second Karaoke Bar / Lounge

Second on Second Karaoke Bar / Lounge

27 2nd Ave, New York


THE KARAOKE WOMAN WAS SOOOOOOO RUDE. She seemed to get annoyed that I could not hear her and even put her hand in my face. Had she noticed, I tried to tell her my hearing is not…
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Pata Negra

Pata Negra

345 E 12th St, New York


this was a back up restaurant when all the others had an hour wait(needed to get to a movie) for a light, quick bite it's fine. but there isn't any offering of a sizable dish. i…
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Klimat Lounge

Klimat Lounge

77 E 7th St, New York


The old East Village was above all an Eastern European neighborhood, and this beer bar celebrates that tradition with dozens, if not hundreds, of brews from that part of the world.…
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Tonda

Tonda

235 E 4th Street, New York


the food was not worth the price. You are better off going to a regular pizzeria. the prices were outrageous for the amount of food you got. Drinks were even worse. the restrooms…
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The Hanger

The Hanger

217 E Third St, New York


In ShortDressing up comes naturally at this bar, where vintage finds like a fur jacket hang next to duds by designers such as LonaD. Jeans, T-shirts, even party dresses line one…
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Solas

Solas

232 E 9th St, New York


omg!! grate place
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Niagara

Niagara

112 Ave A, New York


I have been going to Niagara for over 10 years... I love this bar during the week - mainly locals (like me). The weekend crowd is a little different (but what bar isn't different…
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Bar On A

Bar On A

170 Ave A, New York


Food is awesome, unexpected for a dive/ lounge bar. Music varies with each bartender but awesome vibe no matter what time you go. Great happy hour. Free Wi-Fi a plus. You can chill…
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International Bar. International Bar was such a run down, grungy, seedy operation that when it finally went out of business it was less of a surprise than a relief. But "what is dead may never die," as the saying goes, and the surprisingly loveable dive bar has reopened and relocated to the unexpected relief of a neighborhood. … read more


Terroir. Though the Terroir empire has expanded into other neighborhoods, this tiny joint is still my favorite, with a much cozier feeling than its Tribeca cousin. Sit at the bar and chat with the bartenders, who will make helpful suggestions from a crazily colorful and irreverent wine menu often starring dry Rieslings. Happy hour is a good deal, and the food menu complements wine nicely, with the usual charcuterie and cheese, plus more filling bruschetta and panini.… read more


Hi Fi. The former Brownies has done quite a fine job at holding court in the East Village after all these years. Places like this makes me think there's still hope for this hood. It hasn't completely faded into oblivion. I like this place.… read more