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Oscar Wilde

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Celebrating the legendary Irish playwright, Oscar Wilde has New York City’s longest bar at 118.5 feet. Located at the former headquarters of NYC’s Bureau of Prohibition, the 5,874-square-foot, Victorian-themed bar features a cocktail list that reflects both the Victorian and Prohibition eras. Design features and artifacts have been hand-selected from all over the globe, including a Belgian piano from the 1890s, a standing clock from England from the 1880s, painted glass from Milan dating back to the late 19th century, antique fireplaces and more.

45 W. 27th St.
Manhattan, NY 10001

Cuisine
American (New)
British
Burgers
Nightlife
Bar
Amenities
Bar/Lounge
Fireplace(s)
Private Function Room(s)
Miscellaneous
Bottle Service
Family Style
Reservations Accepted
VIP Area
Price
$$
Services
Multilingual Staff

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