Stonewall Inn feels historic right when you walk in. This is due to its huge significance in launching the gay rights movement, but also because they probably haven’t renovated in several decades. There’s a long bar on the ground floor that’s lower-key and divey, and upstairs you’ll find a small stage for drag shows and a bit more energy. It’s by no mean’s anyone’s go-to for a wild night out, but if you’ve never been to Stonewall, it’s definitely worth making a trip. And it’s still definitely the most fun you’ll have at a New York City Landmark.
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