Best bars & nightclubs Lower East Side New York City on Monday evening (US)
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The Back Room (Bar)102 Norfolk St
The Back Room is one of only two speakeasies in New York City that operated during Prohibition and is still in existence today. It is a timeless example of the underbelly of New York past. The original 1920’s speakeasy, known simply as “The Back of Ratner’s,” played host to many theater and movie actors of the “Roaring Twenties,” as well as famous gangsters of the era. These gangsters included Bugsy Siegel, Lucky Luciano and Meyer Lansky. They were known to use the space for “business meetings.”
Attaboy (Bar)134 Eldridge St
Attaboy is the everyman’s cocktail bar hidden in plain sight on an obscure bit of Eldridge Street. From Michael McIlroy and Sam Ross, the pair that helmed Milk & Honey throughout the late aughts, this understated beauty is the younger, less self-conscious sister that took over the space when M&H moved uptown.
Bar Moga (Bar)128 W Houston St
Visitors usually stay 1-2 hours here.
Bar Moga is a 1920s-era Japanese cocktail bar with jazz music, specializing in Craft Cocktails , Shochu, Japanese whiskey-based libations, and Yoshoku comfort food. Embodying the best this era of Japan had to offer. The menu’s signature is Omurice — a mound of chicken rice with a soft omelette and Demi-Glace sauce draped on top — a dish as visually pleasing as it is delicious.
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