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275 W. 22nd St., New York, NY, 10011
nr. Eighth Ave.
The bar is very nice , but unfortunately the manager a pig....
By rodolfo.edwards on 4/5/2015
The Bar is a very nice place well located . but unfortunately the manager works in the bar and his behaviour is nasty and unfriendly with tourist or locals. Customers are not treated with respect by the manger he preffer to resolve calling the security guy and throwing out instead of resolve..also the comment by the staff of the the manager is : he always has issues with clients... a tip to consider if you go . good luck. El bar es muy bueno y bien localizado , pero lamentablemente el manager trabaja en la barra y es un tipo rudo y poo amigable con turistas y locales. Los clientes no tienen derecho y el manager si se enfada prefiere resolver llamandote a el guardia para sacarte del bar , segun el guardia siempre es asi de severo. un dato para considerar si te pasas por el bar.
By Fyrefly on 8/24/2012
Whenever I'm in NYC I go to Barracuda on Monday nights for the Peppermint show! Great venue and great show. Drinks are a wee bit pricey for NYC but that's okay.
good place for socializing
By bl47 on 9/24/2008
Barracuda's a great place to meet & talk without loud music. No hassles from anyone, people are pretty free about sharing space. Better than The Townhouse, which looks like a Tony funeral parlor. Here the people are alive and friendly. And the manager, Cole, is really nice as well as hot.
By crorok3 on 4/26/2008
However, do not go in the bathroom with a friend, you will get booted! However good bar with a great crowd. But again, careful of going in the bathroom!
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