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120 1/2 First Ave., New York, NY, 10009
nr. 7th St.
By Cindyo on 8/12/2010
Not much going on here.Has no relation to the original International,in style or personality.Very small but loud,even with a just a few people at the bar.The standard bored looking hipster bartenders who can never seem to find the time to serve a drink.That tired old act has no place in NYC these days.
Small enough to miss, but you won't want to.
By cheriemalone1 on 10/28/2008
Narrow, dim, great music, and friendly people; the cleanest bar I've been inside in a long time. Locals drink great "on tap" beer and share stories of their day or days gone by. Stop in and you'll likely meet either of the owners as they take turns behind the bar with regular bartenders that are as unique as you may find.
The Lil' Dive Bar that Could
By shamrock on 1/21/2003
This wee outpost is awash with the glow of Xmas lights and people's noses. With its rummage-sale furniture, solid jukebox, alt-rock Buddha-nature bartender gals, and $4 martinis, what's not to love? Perfect for meeting up with old friends. Show up early to really park it and drink.
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