Best bars Lower East Side New York City (US)

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McSorley’s Old Ale House (Beer)
15 E 7th St
4.7

McSorley’s Old Ale House is most popular around 3 PM on Saturdays. Visitors usually stay 30 min to 1,5 hr here.

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Live Axe (Bar)
96 Lafayette St
4.8

Live Axe is most popular around 3 PM on Saturdays. Visitors usually stay 2 hours here. It's most quiet on Sundays.

Connect with your friends, family, and co-workers during a night out at Live Axe, an axe throwing bar in New York City. Our trained "axperts" will have you throwing like a Viking in no time! Enjoy a 75-minute axe throwing experience, as well as the eight different local craft beers we have on tap. We'll be your go-to for axe throwing in NYC--with 10 throwing cages and a total of 21 targets throughout two floors, we have space for any and every event.

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Mr. Purple (Bar)
180 Orchard St 15th floor
4.1

Visitors usually stay 45 min to 2,5 hr here.

Mr. Purple, a rooftop bar and restaurant located on the 15th floor of Hotel Indigo Lower East Side, captures the vibrant and artistic spirit of the LES.

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Pianos (Bar)
158 Ludlow St
3.9

Visitors usually stay 1-3 hours here.

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Beetle House (Bar)
308 E 6th St
4.0

Visitors usually stay 1,5-2,5 hours here.

Beetle House is a year round celebration of Halloween with an artistic and thematic atmosphere inspired by horror culture, magic, and the artistic, literary and cinematic works of Tim Burton, Alfred Hitchcock, Bram Stoker, Washington Irving, Edgar Allen Poe and many more. In short, we are kind of like an adult Halloween party with a Burtonesque feel, curated by Alfred Hitchcock, with a 90s goth band on stage and everyone is wearing Weird costumes.

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Please Don't Tell (Bar)
113 St Marks Pl
4.3



Please Don't Tell is the iconic East Village cocktail bar located behind the phone booth of Crif Dogs—known for their James Beard Award winning bar program and hot dog collaborations with NYC chefs.

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