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Two Boots Tavern

384 Grand St., New York, NY 10002 40.716382 -73.988062
nr. Suffolk St.  See Map | Subway Directions Hopstop Popup
212-228-8685 Send to Phone

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F, J, M, Z at Delancey St.-Essex St.

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Most New Yorkers are familiar with the distinctive taste of a Two Boots slice — crunchy, cornmeal-covered, heavily seasoned, and tasty. Most, too, have a favorite slice, since the options range from regular to red-pepper-pesto-covered (“the Tony Clifton”) to a Cajun bacon-cheeseburger slice (“the Dude”). This Lower East Side outlet of the Manhattan chain (which also, by the way, has locations in California and Connecticut) is unique: You can opt for a mixed drink to go with your slice. During happy hour (5 p.m. to 7 p.m. on weekdays), drinks are discounted and include vodka brands from Stoli to Grey Goose. The mixers are the more interesting options here — Teany and Snapple iced teas, Fizzy Lizzy, and Boylan soda. For beer, Brooklyn Lager and Miller Lite are on tap, while Coronas are served by the bottle. Cajun-accented bar fare, like spicy mini hot dogs and super-hot buffalo wings, are the pizza alternatives. The décor is still New Orleans—meets—Manhattan kitsch: Vintage Mets baseball cards cover one wall, a mural of Big Lebowski characters and other slacker heroes and sports stars covers another. The bar itself is a hodgepodge of New Yorker knickknacks under glass, including Mets memorabilia, family photos, Chevy Chase movie covers, and Metrocards. Although the small, cute space (hardwood floors, red stools) draws a young crowd, conversation remains audible, and the local flannel-and-skinny-jeans set is conspicuously absent (unless drunk).

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