An unassuming no-frills joint in the heart of SoHo (where you’d least expect it) that’s been there since before SoHo was “SoHo”, complete with dark wood and tabletops that show the years this place has seen. The charm is in the wear of the bartop and tables and the simple American food and beers on tap. It’s a local hangout sans attitude in a neighborhood full of attitude, and stands out from the swanky establishments so common on West Broadway. Come for brunch or a satisfying burger and a beer.
Picnics with a view, roller-skating nostalgia, and a party for gay headbangers.