4, 5, 6 at 86th St.
This venue is closed.
This rowdy frat bar’s mission is to live every day like it’s Animal House. Wishful wall murals colorfully depict toga-clad bacchanalia, though the unglamorous reality of the situation is closer to a run-of-the-mill campus kegger. Cheap, watery domestics come in clear plastic cups, making them natural fits for Delta House’s six beer-pong tables. The Greek Life faithful can also pick from a number of other alcohol-delivery systems: vases, jello injectors, plungers, shot glasses nailed to a ski. There are less ambitious electives available as well – games like Jenga and skee-ball upstairs and billiards downstairs. A row of wooden booths, each with its own small flat-screen, line the room’s back wall, giving subdued groups a place to lie low, order burgers, and take in the Jäger-soaked antics from a safe distance.
Picnics with a view, roller-skating nostalgia, and a party for gay headbangers.