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The Woodstock


There may be no greater signifier for the 1960s than Woodstock, hence the use of the festival’s name for this Meatpacking throwback. From the groovy wood-paneled walls to the far-out lava lamps, the space’s decor is a vigorous nod to the flower-power era. Cocktails—all of which reference music from the decade (“Helter Skelter,” “Femme Fatale,” “Purple Haze”)—are each $10, which makes them a virtual steal by NYC standards. Gourmet pizzas are provided by Nino Coniglio, the chef-owner of Williamsburg Pizza, and are named for female icons of the ’60s including Aretha Franklin, Edie Sedgwick, Jackie O. and Yoko Ono.

446 West 14th Street
New York, NY 10014

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