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Among only a handful of dog-friendly bars in NYC! I usually tuck in for a martini whenever I walk my baby, Selwyn, in the early evening and Nettie, Morgan, et.al., never bungle it. I was quite surprised that I could take my baby boy inside...More
We were in here 3 different nights on our trip to NYC at the end of March! This was about a 10 minute walk from our lodging.
This spot had two things I wanted:
1. Happy Hour
2. Dog Friendly
Yes, a pet friendly bar!...More
Great place to meet with friends to kick back. Extensive beer selection and a pretty good cider or two. Very dog friendly, guess they make for cheap wingmen. Patio in back adds a lot to the place and bartenders all seem to like what their...More
The whole time we were in DBA they were playing 90's grunge music - I was so happy! The bartender (self-appointed cicerone) was very knowledgeable about the huge beer list. He was able to take a handful of comments from us and lead us to...More
We found this bar in a review listing and we liked the look of it so thought we'd seek it out. It didn't disappoint! The selection of beer, lager and spirits was fantastic and our host, Sacha couldn't have been more generous and helpful. The...More
There’s still an independent vibe to the East Village, which offers plenty of unique small businesses catering to longtime New Yorkers and area college students alike. The East Village retains a bit of the old-time neighbourhood feel that you can still experience today thanks to a mix of locally-owned shops, cozy restaurants, and lively bars. The scale of the residential blocks makes this a wonderful place to
wander up and down the streets searching for the newest hip spot, or an old-school favorite. In the center of the neighbourhood, Tompkins Square Park serves as a gathering point for the New Yorkers that call the East Village home. The people-watching here is hard to beat.