76 E. 1st St., New York, NY, 10009
at First Ave.
By faganballs on 11/30/2009
Its easy to see why this pub is popular in the lowe east side>Great fish and chips and your "drag it through the garden burgers is second to NONE!! WOW what a deal on drinks,they are the best. This Thur.3rd Dec. will be another example........FREE ENTRANCE...LIVE DJ.....CLASS TIME.
By FranklinTowers on 6/13/2009
Food and Drink specials every night and sports all over the place make it a great place to grab a bite and some beers and watch a game. Cool bartenders, but it's weird that there' no girl bartenders..at least I've never seen one. Most places have them in this hood.
By choppas on 11/17/2008
This bar has a pretty cool set up with a lounge/bar upstairs and a dance floor downstairs. However, it is one of those places that hire morons for bouncers who are there to act like big shots as opposed to keeping order. Apparently me and my friends spent too much time on the stairs figuring out our next move and were promptly told by a bouncer to "Get off my stairs". As we proceeded to move up the stairs, I told the guy it would be nice if the next time he wanted us to something to be a little more polite (and I was actually very polite about it). This guy then proceeds to stomp all the way up "his" stairs and grabbed my friend and hassled us for that. His actions were bordering on unprovoked assault. We obviously left and we aren't ever going back. I can't stand bars were the bouncers are there to bully the customers as opposed to keeping order. And if you ever see a big, African-American bouncer with dreads in that bar Â…watch out...he very sensitive about his stairs.
By tjenkins on 10/18/2008
For local East Village flavour and a really good time, this tavern with a lively street-side patio was the best drinking-place we encountered in NY during Oct 2006. The people we met were all locals - very friendly and interesting characters. The passing scene was exciting but safe. At corner of Ist St and 1st Ave, we highly recommend "One and One" for authenticity and a great time. Sean Fleming and Ted Jenkins, Ottawa Canada.
Picnics with a view, roller-skating nostalgia, and a party for gay headbangers.