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168 Ave B between 10th and 11th Sts
Manhattan, NY 10009
The name of this tavern is entirely appropriate: It's not much bigger than the size of a freight-train boxcar, which makes for rubbing shoulders with some interesting East Village types. Expect beer, sangria and memorable conversation (so long as the booze is doing its job, anyway). Known for its raucous two-for-one happy hour, most patrons arrive early, drink a lot and stay late.