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A whimsical mix of old New York grit and kitschy tiki styling, the Distinguished Wakamba carries the neighborhood dive bar torch in an area that typically caters more to the after-theater crowd. Tiki torches, palm trees and other Polynesian knick-knacks compete for space with locals of all stripes, tourists, college kids and dive bar connoisseurs at this beloved hole-in-the-wall (Anthony Bourdain has singled it out as one of his favorite dive bars in the United States).