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Cocktail Bar

Holiday Cocktail Lounge

7 locals recommend · Estimated price 3 out of 4 ·

Tips from locals

Doni
Doni
June 22, 2016
Good cocktails, chill atmosphere, moderately priced. A good spot if you're just looking to have a low key drink.
S & G
S & G
May 31, 2016
Iconic punk dive bar revamped. Great cocktails and light fare.
Laura
Laura
November 05, 2015
An East Village classic revitalized for modern-day.
Britni
Britni
August 11, 2015
Location: East village The real action takes place by the horseshoe-shaped bar, where Long Island Iced Teas are made on the gun and drinks like the Los Hollywood (whiskey, Fernet Branca, bitters)
Shawn
Shawn
April 25, 2015
Very popular old school joint that was just resurrected!

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Location
75 Saint Marks Place
Manhattan, NY 10003
Phone+1 212-777-9637
Hours of Operation statusClosed · Opens Sunday 12:00 AM
Credit Cards
Yes
Outdoor Seating
No
Music
Jukebox
Wifi
No
Drinks
Beer, Full Bar, Cocktails
Restroom
Yes
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