Best Bars In Greenwich Village

Best Bars In Greenwich Village

Are you seeking the top bars in New York’s Greenwich Village? Then have a look at our top picks here. We’ll take you to some of New York’s greatest speakeasy bars, rooftop bars, pubs, wine bars, and tiny venues.

Dante NYC

There’s no avoiding Dante NYC when it comes to the greatest Negroni in town. They’ve been serving its Negroni since 1915 (it’s an Italian restaurant with a small bar) and are a New York institution. It’s on the corner of Greenwich Village, SoHo, and Hudson Square, where we go when we’re in New York.

55 Bar

The 55 Bar in Greenwich Village is a dive bar from the Prohibition era that hosts nightly funk, blues, and jazz acts. It’s been in operation for almost 100 years and is widely regarded as Greenwich’s jewel, but don’t let their tagline fool you — this isn’t a place for swing or throwback jazz. In reality, in recent years, this cozy downstairs club has hosted some of modern jazz’s most inventive artists.

The 55 Bar has a low cover price, but they book big names, so the experience is well worth it. Some customers even consider this club one of New York City’s top jazz venues. Wayne Krantz, Mike Stern, and Sweet Georgia Brown have all performed there. They have live music every night of the year, and you can expect to hear everything from blues and jazz to avant-garde music.

Amelie Wine Bar

When Paris and New York collide, amazing places like Washington Square Park’s Amelie wine bar emerge. Fantastic wines and little bites may be had here for a reasonable price—one of our favorite restaurants in the city.

Amity Hall

The atmosphere at Amity Hall is electric, especially when the Carolina Panthers are playing! The game is broadcast on a 6-meter flatscreen and numerous more screens throughout the pub. Aside from the famous Chicken Wings, delicious burgers are also available.

Analogue

Drinks can be enjoyed in a relaxing atmosphere at Analogue bar in the heart of Greenwich Village. Live music is occasionally performed here.

Cafe Wha?

Cafe Wha? is a Greenwich Village institution. Bob Dylan, Jimi Hendrix, Bruce Springsteen, The Velvet Underground, Cat Mother & All Night Newsboys, Kool and the Gang, Peter, Paul & Mary, Woody Allen, Lenny Bruce, Joan Rivers, and Bill Cosby were all regular guests while they were just starting in their careers. Today, live music may be heard here, and you should surely spend an evening at Cafe Wha?

Corkbuzz

The Corkbuzz is a modern take on a wine bar: it’s light, airy, and unpretentious. It is located near Union Square and hence is easily accessible. There’s a lot to choose from, and the crew knows what they’re doing and who they’re serving.

Kettle of Fish

Kettle of Fish’s modest tavern appears unassuming from the outside, yet it is warm and inviting within. The passion for the Green Bay Packers, a Wisconsin-based American football team, will be apparent.

Loreley Beer Garden

Cologne, the Rhine metropolis, meets New York here. Michael Momm, a true “Kölscher Jung,” founded this slice of Germany in the heart of New York City in 2003. Of course, many German beers (including Kölsch, of course), good German wines, and a delectable array of German cuisine are available at Loreley Beer Garden at reasonable costs.

Off the Wagon

Off the Wagon is an excellent alternative for folks who enjoy diversity. On the calendar, there is a different deal every day. You get to choose the day!

Peculier Pub

The Peculier Pub bills itself as “The Home of the Beer,” and I can attest that it is! In New York, there are few pubs or bars with such a diverse assortment of beer in bottles (350+) and on tap (27).

The Peculier Pub on Bleecker Street has been in business for over 20 years. What is the origin of the bar’s name? One of the founders’ favorite beers was “Old Peculier” from a small English brewery. The current location was referenced 100 years ago, so it has a lengthy history.

The Blind Tiger

The Blind Tiger is a New York City bar located on Bleecker Street. They have an extensive beer variety, including my favorite Indian Pale Ales (IPA). They have outdoor seats and are reasonably priced. As a result, The Blind Tiger has become one of New York’s most popular bars.

The Red Lion

The Red Lion is the spot to go if you’re searching for a cozy bar in Greenwich Village. Here you will find a pleasant, unpretentious atmosphere and live music. We stayed for three relaxing hours and had a great time.

Wicked Willy’s

Wicked Willy’s a fantastic Bleecker Street bar. If you’re searching for a pretty cool place with live bands, beer pong tables, and a student vibe, this is the place to go. It’s vibrant, there’s always something going on, and the decor is distinctive, as the Caribbean collides with palm palms and pirates. 

We tried the Avocado Chicken Sliders, Wicked Quesadillas with Chilli BBQ Salsa, and Cajun Fries. Willy’s Burger Burger with Truffle Fries is a must-try if you’re truly hungry. Wicked Willy’s is particularly popular during breakfast. Reservations for the Bottomless Brunch should be made in advance via the restaurant’s website or phone.

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Melissa Holton
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