Loki Lounge

Bar / Lounge
Loki Lounge Named after the Norse god of mischief, Loki Lounge embraces the duplicitous nature of its namesake by combining a decent local bar with an elegant lounge popular with an after-work crowd. New York United States 40.673603 -73.982975
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Party Earth Review Named after the Norse god of mischief, Loki Lounge embraces the duplicitous nature of its namesake by combining a decent local bar with an elegant lounge popular with an after-work crowd. The front area looks much like... ... read full review

  • Subway:

    D, F, G, M, N, R: 4th Avenue-9th Street; R: Union Street-4th Avenue

  • Phone:

    718-965-9600

  • Links:

  • Hours:

    M–F 3pm–4am, Sa–Su 1pm–4am

  • Recommended as:

    • Night Spot

Party Earth Loki Lounge Review

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Named after the Norse god of mischief, Loki Lounge embraces the duplicitous nature of its namesake by combining a decent local bar with an elegant lounge popular with an after-work crowd.

Named after the Norse god of mischief, Loki Lounge embraces the duplicitous nature of its namesake by combining a decent local bar with an elegant lounge popular with an after-work crowd.

The front area looks much like any other tavern with the requisite exposed brick walls dotted with sports jerseys and liquor advertisements, a pool table, and a lacquered wood bar where finance types and local office workers gather to have a couple beers, shoot some pool, toss darts, watch the game, or play something chill on the jukebox.

Just past the red curtain divide, however, patrons will find a high-ceilinged brick chamber where flirtatious young groups of clubbed-out guys and sultry-eyed party girls sprawl on beautifully upholstered chaises fit for Versailles, dance casually with a new acquaintance, or sip cocktails beneath the steeple-like skylight.

In the summer, those in need of fresh air can pop out to the smoking area in back, where wrought-iron picnic tables offer a quieter place to chat and chill out.

Though distinctly divided between bar and lounge, Loki manages to maintain a unified atmosphere helped along by a sexy soundtrack of classic rock and an outgoing crowd of young professionals looking for a laid-back evening of dancing and mingling over cocktails.

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Tip from Lucas:

Don’t let the red velvet curtains fool you…kamikaze shots are served fast and furious here, and there’s nothing classy about that.

  • Crowd

    Post-work partiers, finance types, local office workers, and sports fans, mostly 20s and 30s.

  • Entertainment / Music

    Jukebox features classic dark rock. Pool table and darts. Flat-screen TVs.

  • Food / Miscellaneous

    Customers can bring in outside food. Happy Hour M–F 3–7pm.

  • Prices

    Beer $4+, wine $6+, cocktails $6+. One drink minimum.

  • What to Wear / Dress Code

    After-work casual: button-downs, polos, Ed Hardy, Affliction, cargo pants, sneakers, skirts and blouses, jackets.

  • Hot Nights / When to Go

    Saturday nights for the biggest crowds, and Fridays for a good weekend starter.

  • Close By

    A few blocks over on Fifth is High Dive (243 Fifth Avenue), a classy yet rambunctious rock bar with a mix tape-loaded jukebox.

Loki Lounge User Reviews

Average rating:
Lame.
Chris K. Oct 8, 2012
What's this place trying to do? Is it a club, a sports bar, a lounge? Why's it named after an awesome ancient god when it has the vibe of a Long Island club night? Why would you drink here above any of the other character-laden hangouts in this neighborhood? What's the point?
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