A stop in at The Stoned Crow is anything but ordinary. This Washington Place watering hole is popular with the locals and the NYU crowd.
McSorley’s Old Ale House has been serving up it’s own home brew since 1854. The drink menu consists of light or dark McSorley ale and is complimented by classic pub fare, including burgers and liverwurst sandwiches.
If singing in front of a crowd of strangers sounds as agonizing as that dream where you show up to work naked, rent out your own karaoke room at Second on Second karaoke bar and restaurant.
If you want to be an Allstar behind the bar, you gotta start at Allstar Bartender’s Training.
Raise a pint at the very place the American Revolution was planned. Originally called the “Queen’s Head” when it opened in 1762, the Fraunces Tavern became a meeting place for the political leaders of the time.
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