Boots & Saddle

(212) 929-9684 | View Website

76 Christopher St, New York, NY | Directions   10014

40.733455 -74.003415

Open Hours

Daily 12p,m-4am

 
Nightclubs, Bars & Clubs, Bars & Pubs  more

More Categories: Neighborhood Bars, Restaurants, Gay & Lesbian Bars

Bar & Pub Special Features: Happy Hour

Payment Methods: Cash

Shoe Products: Boots

Neighborhoods: Downtown, West Village

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From The Owners of Boots & Saddle

This rustic hotspot is as small as it is cruisy.

Reviews for Boots & Saddle

Recommends
4.0
over a year ago

Perfect Mid-Afternoon Spot – Perfect spot to drop in during the afternoon, low-keyed, no pressure. have a couple of drinks, chat with the bartender,

watch the passing parade out on Christopher. Good juke.

Doesn't Recommend
1.0
over a year ago

It looks like they picked up all of the trash and put it in B.S. – This place is so bad, it looks like your in the 1970's and all of the home boys are there from the South Bronx but the music was from the 80's I was with some one who picked this place out, I had one drink there and wanted to go to bathroom and was told I can't use it with out a order (drink) I told him I did and that I was done with it but still he did not let me ues it, stay away go any place but here!

Recommends
4.0
over a year ago

This rustic hotspot is as small as it is cruisy. – The Scene
Eclectic is the order of the day at this Christopher Street institution, which has had only one owner. The jukebox careens wildly from J.Lo to Tony Bennett. Displays have been known to include an Easter scene heavy on the marabou feathers and bunny rabbits running the entire length of the bar. Try finding that kind of visual flair in a country western bar with real cowboys. And while rugged ranch trade may not be lining the bar, you'll find them lining the back wall in Ira C. Smith's graphic prints.

The Draw
The pick-up scene is so intense it can begin from the picture windows when you're rounding Christopher Street from Sheridan Square. And once inside, this casual crowd is no less friendly, or relentless. Still, it's a place to revel in Bud from a can, strike up countless conversations and even lean on one of Manhattan's last remaining cruise corrals.

 

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