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With an easygoing vibe and an excellent wine and beer list, this is an ideal East Village hangout where you don't have to scream to be heard. The corner spot has wraparound windows good for people-watching and areas designed for group seating. The menu has more interesting choices than most bars, with Italian-inspired snacks, mushroom ravioli, tuna with cannellini beans and meatball sliders; at brunch, V Bar offers lemon ricotta pancakes.