Party Earth Review A NoHo sports bar popular with a rowdy collection of college students, party animals, and grizzled regulars, Bar None is a guarantee for raucous nights on the town. From early evening on, the cocktail tables and bar in... ... read full review
98 Third Avenue
New York, NY 10003
L: 3rd Avenue-14th Street; L, N, Q, R, 4, 5, 6: 14th Street-Union Square
Greenwich Village / NoHo, New York –
A NoHo sports bar popular with a rowdy collection of college students, party animals, and grizzled regulars, Bar None is a guarantee for raucous nights on the town.
From early evening on, the cocktail tables and bar in the front room are bustling with young professionals, jocks, and chatty hordes of sorority girls splitting pitchers, bopping by the jukebox, or checking out whatever game or cheesy 80s movie is on the row of flat-screen TVs.
Hard partiers ready to take the night up a notch can head to the back room, where rows of booths offer a prime spot for watching the ever-changing action, whether it be a Ladies’ Night DJ dance party for uptown girls or a rousing beer pong competition between stumbling crews of frat boys.
Except for football Sundays when the place turns into a New Orleans Saints and Minnesota Vikings fan bar, the venue seems more about partying than sports, with a young and loyal weekend crowd that turns Bar None into a hotspot for anyone looking to let loose.
The place gets incredibly packed, but there are so many awesome drink deals, it’s worth fighting your way to the bar. A $10 recession bracelet will get you $2 Buds and well drinks, or just show up for the Power Hour from 11pm to midnight every night – great way to get your guzzle on!
College students, outer-borough types, jocks, party girls, young professionals, and sports fans, 20s to 30s.
Flat-screen TVs tuned to sports, movies, or Nintendo Wii. DJs spin 80s, hip-hop remixes, and classic rock on Fridays and Saturdays. Ladies’ Night and music trivia on Wednesdays, Trivia Tryst on Thursdays, Rock and Roll Cocktails & Dreams on Sundays.
Jukebox, Big Buck Hunter arcade game, and beer pong tables. Dart boards and pool table available, though they are removed at night for dancing.
Patrons can order-in food from local restaurants. Happy Hour daily noon–8pm. Daily Power Hour 11pm–midnight.
Beer $4+, wine $7+, cocktails $6+.
Casual: t-shirts, jeans, sneakers, jackets, blouses, tanks.
Fridays and Saturdays for dancing, beer pong, and the biggest crowds, or all day and night on game days for a packed crowd, especially Saturdays and Sundays.
99 Miles to Philly (94 Third Avenue) is nearly next door and offers the perfect Philly Cheesesteak to munch on during halftime.