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My general preference is for bars with a dance floor, so this place is a pretty good option. I’ve been here at least twice a month for the past year. This isn’t the type of place you want to go to “talk and get to...More
Went bar hopping for my best friends Bday and we stopped here for a bit. It was ok!
Drinks were average, music not really my taste but it had people going.
Has an upstairs as well so it won’t feel too crowded.
Just got back from a long weekend in NYC where we visited this bar twice as we stayed a couple of blocks away; once on Friday and then on Sunday.
On Friday night we liked the atmosphere, there was good amount of people but not...More
I meet a group of naturalistas at this location. We occupied the upstairs. The upstairs had his own bar which was a plus and $4 happy hour for certain drinks
Thank Griselda R
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