Flatiron Hall Restaurant and Beer Cellar - Craft Beer.
Flatiron Hall is located in New York City’s Flatiron District featuring a Victorian style 25ft. bar from the Commodore Hotel in downtown Manhattan, from 1870 with antique leaded glass arches. Our menu is designed for lunch, dinner and late night with a bar-friendly variation on classics like Pastrami Reuben Spring Rolls, Sashimi Tacos, and Beer Cellar Nachos with a wide selection of salads.
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This bar claims to be the oldest gay bar in the city and is the site of the first LGBTQ rights protest in New York City, three years before the riots at The Stonewall Inn just down the street. At a time when it was illegal to serve gay people alcohol in bars, the Mattachine Society, one of the oldest gay rights organizations in the country, staged a protest at the bar. The walls of Julius.
The New York 70s rock scene that saw the rise of Lou Reed, the New York Dolls, David Bowie, Iggy Pop, Patti Smith, Television, the Ramones, and Blondie began as an intoxicating mix of drag-queen.
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The NoMad Bar radiates the conviviality and warmth of a classic New York City tavern. The casual menu, which draws inspiration from traditional pub fare, is rooted in the style and foundation of The NoMad. Award-winning Bar Director Leo Robitschek has created a beverage program that celebrates classically-focused cocktails, while delving into two new arenas: festive, large-format drinks and a.
Former residents include George Eliot, Alfred Hitchcock, Oscar Wilde and Sylvia Pankhurst. Head down Smith Street and you may even spot a plaque dedicated to P L Travers, the author of Mary Poppins. It’s believed 50 Smith Street was the inspiration behind the Banks family home in the iconic Disney movie.