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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Peng’s Noodle Folk
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The Wooly Public
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Hotel Chantelle is where you go when it's your 21st birthday and you need to dance because your internship is totally stressing you out.
The Gowanus location of Dinosaur BBQ is a huge space that’s an ideal place to come with big groups.
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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.
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