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A bawdy neighborhood gay bar - dirty dancing to eclectic DJs, go-go guys galore, and more.
For gay, seedy realness and great music till 4am every day (and a killer happy hour).
“There's history all over the walls of this 1826 building, like mid-century maps, tattered emblems, and newspaper clippings. One of the oldest bars in the city, it's been a gay bar since the 1960s and played a role in the early gay rights movement. But it’s welcoming and wonderful for anyone who craves a dark ale at a dimly lit mahogany bar. In 1966, three years before the Stonewall riots, patrons staged a sip-in at Julius', protesting discriminatory city laws, a significant moment in the history of gay rights.”
“A tiny, divvy, Ukrainian dinner. Surprisingly tasty burger, great potato perigees, and one of the better pastrami sandwiches around. Make sure you get house bread (Challah) and butter! ”
“One of the coolest rooftop bars in NYC, with a perfect view of the Empire State Building. ”