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Mon-Thu, 4pm-4am; Fri-Sun, 3pm-4am
4pm-8pm; $3 pints, well, bottled and canned beers, $4 wine, $2 off everything else
Mon-Thu, Sun, 9pm-midnight; specials vary
Nearby Subway Stops
6 at Astor Pl.; L at First Ave.; F at Second Ave.
American Express, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
The former Brownies space has been widened and softened with tasteful red booths and a pool table in the the former stage area. Classic rock album covers line the walls and VH-1 Classics broadcasts from monitors over the bar as rock-crazed locals swill beer, wine and well drinks. But it's owner Mike Stuto's one-of-a-kind EL DJ mp3 jukebox that takes center stage here: 3,500 albums, more than 50,000 songs, all surfable from a hard drive via trackball. With selections ranging from the Dickies to Norah Jones to Shriekback to the Sahara Hotnights, it's nothing less than Jann Wenner's iPod at your beer-soaked fingertips. Hold me closer, Tiny Dancer.
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