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AEL Mar 3, 2007 09:42 AM

Nothing too fancy.

Good food would be a plus. ;)

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    RGR Mar 3, 2007 12:30 PM

    Third Avenue from the 20's to the 30's is "bar central." I don't drink, but...

    Molly's, b/t 22nd & 23rd, is where we go for excellent burgers.

    The Hairy Monk is on the corner of 25th.

    The Mad Hatter is b/t 26th & 27th. In its previous life as a bar/restaurant called Caliban, we used to go to dinner there when they had -- believe it or not! -- a French chef. The menu now is your common bar food, i.e., burgers and such. They have a nice back garden.

    Vertigo is on the corner of 26th. Looks to be a sports bar.

    Choice Kitchen & Cocktails, b/t 27th & 28th Sts. We stopped in for lunch once. Had salads, which were huge and quite tasty. Very attractive atmospherics.

    http://www.choicekitchennyc.com

    A new bar, Arctica, opened a couple of weeks ago practically next door to Choice. When I passed by the other day, I noticed they've plastered their menus on the front window and are touting their lunch special.

    Tonic is on the corner of 27th St. (or maybe 28th?).

    Joshua Tree is b/t 34th & 35th. A mini-chain. http://www.joshuatreebarnyc.com

    I should also add one other that is not on 3rd. Waterfront Ale House is on 2nd & 30th. Very good food, especially the burgers.

    http://www.waterfrontalehouse.com

    1. thesu Mar 3, 2007 08:17 PM

      Rodeo Bar (on 3 Ave. by 27 St.) is cheap, and they have free bar food and peanuts that you can litter on the floor. Lots of space. It's fun with a crowd.

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        eve Mar 3, 2007 09:23 PM

        My favorites are Waterfront Ale and Molly's. A bit south I like Metro Bar (Park and 21st) for the great wine flights.

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          Kanger Mar 6, 2007 01:54 PM

          I'd classify it a more as midtown, but Ginger Man (36th between Madison and 5th) has a great selection of beers. I prefer to head there at off hours to avoid the crossover frat-banker crowd, though.

          1. jrazzle Mar 6, 2007 01:59 PM

            Rio Grande is a fun place because there's a bar area, an outdoor area (though it's a little cold now...) and tasty Mexican food. Their margeritas are strong!

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