The Rochard is a craft beer bar where all of their taps attached to an old (non-functional) bathtub. They do Happy Hour on Sundays starting at 4pm and there are plenty of booths where your friends can get in fights over a who gets to be Colonel Mustard in your game of Clue.
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When you want to feel like you’re in a bar or restaurant 70 blocks south of where you actually are, go to any of these spots.
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Roy’s Fish Market
Roy’s Fish Market is a tiny fishmonger with a sushi bar in the back, and it’s a solid option for affordable pick-up sushi on the UES.
An import from Nantucket, Sfoglia is one of the few Upper East Side joints that, if transported to downtown, wouldn’t feel out of place.
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Acme has dropped its impressive Nordic menu in favor of a pretty standard Italian/American one. It's now much more about the scene than the food.
Barney Greengrass is the definition of a Classic NYC Establishment. What’s not to love about a 100-year-old tradition of sturgeon scrambled eggs and a H&H bagel with lox, cream cheese and tomato?
The Beatrice Inn
The Beatrice Inn is a West Village restaurant where you can get a good, pricey meal with someone who likes meat and a (mellow) scene.
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Eastfield’s is a sort-of-healthy restaurant on the UES where you can bring a date and pretend you’re downtown.
Earl’s Beer & Cheese
Earl’s menu of pig and cheese heavy snacks pairs perfectly with the small but righteous selection of draft beers that they have on tap. Head up north sometime to check it out, and also visit Earl’s sister restaurant around the corner, ABV.
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