“This is the ultimate East Village dive bar, with every game imaginable, good ambiance, angry bartenders, and enough seating for everyone.”
“This East Village thirty something hang-out is not your typical dive bar, the entrance boasts an impressive pop-art culture contrived lunch box collection, lavish antique booths, games galore and a gigantic werewolf poster peering at you as you order your”
“unless of course you favor meat markets, a space so crowded you can barely move, and a barely legal crowd.”
“Service was good, crowd Cool, and beer selection decent.”
“This is a great place to have a drink and goof off in a relaxed atmosphere with a few friends.”
“it can get quite packed on the weekends but you'll meet some pretty interesting people.”
“Beers were way too expensive for this dump as well.”
Conversation-starter. If ever there was a good place to take Gen-X-age friends, put liquor into them, and make them talk, this is it. The display of rare lunchboxes will get any television-fed twenty- and thirty-somethings raised within U.S. borders to open their hearts and spill forth with nostalgia. And there's pinball.
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