Noblu: "Alphabet City hole in the wall" New York City Nightlife Tip by Beth75NJ

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My sis, of course, took me to this little hideout in alphabet city. There's barely a sign, if one at all, on the door. You have to look for the blue light on the wall. Once you go in, there's a big bar and a lot of places to hang out and sit. THe best part, is towards the back there's a closed in porch area then an outside patio area and it looks out onto a green oasis with a big weeping willow tree! it was so fun to hang out ther! i don't think they have food, i think it's just drinks. but they have a great juke box and the crowd was fun and typical east village hip. Avenue C is the one of the last streets in alphabet city. the neighborhood isn't dangerous, but I wouldn't

go over another block to "D" unless you know where you're going and what you're up to.

Open every day 7pm-4am

Dress Code: HA! no dress code. The east village is a whatever goes type of neighborhood.

Address: 62 Ave C between 4th & 5th
Directions: Alphabet City (east village). F train to 2nd ave stop. walk east on houston to ave c and walk north to 4th or 5th (about 8 blocks)
Phone: 212 979 9925
Theme: Eating and Drinking

Review Helpfulness: 2.5 out of 5 stars

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  • Written Jul 21, 2005
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