Bar None

Arcade Games / Beer Pong / DJ / EDM / Dance / Dancing / Darts / Drink Specials / Flip Cup / Football Fans / Former Jocks / Frat Guys / Happy Hour / Jeans and T-Shirt / Jocks / Jukebox / Late Night Happy Hour / Pool (Billiards) / Regulars / Rowdy / Sneakers / Sorority Girls / Sports / Sports Bar / Sports Fans / Sporty / Students / TVs / Tank Tops / Video Games / Young Professionals
Bar None 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. New York United States 40.732444 -73.988201
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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

  • Subway:

    L: 3rd Avenue-14th Street; L, N, Q, R, 4, 5, 6: 14th Street-Union Square

  • Phone:

    212-777-6663

  • Links:

  • Hours:

    Daily noon–4am

  • Recommended as:

    • Day Spot
    • Night Spot

Party Earth Bar None Review

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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.

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.

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Tip from Lucas:

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!

  • Crowd

    College students, outer-borough types, jocks, party girls, young professionals, and sports fans, 20s to 30s.

  • Entertainment / Music

    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.

  • Food / Miscellaneous

    Patrons can order-in food from local restaurants. Happy Hour daily noon–8pm. Daily Power Hour 11pm–midnight.

  • Prices

    Beer $4+, wine $7+, cocktails $6+.

  • What to Wear / Dress Code

    Casual: t-shirts, jeans, sneakers, jackets, blouses, tanks.

  • Hot Nights / When to Go

    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.

  • Close By

    99 Miles to Philly (94 Third Avenue) is nearly next door and offers the perfect Philly Cheesesteak to munch on during halftime.

Bar None User Reviews

Average rating:
NYU area sports bar
Dakota K. Jun 26, 2013
Great happy hour prices in the daytime, especially on pitchers. Can get overly crowded at night, but usually a fun and young crowd. Awesome music ranging anywhere from old school hip hop to classic rock. Friendly bartenders, especially when the bar is less crowded. Ideal spot to pregame a more aggressive night out elsewhere. Games are always on, and it's easier to get a spot where you can actually see the TV than at many other nearby establishments. Highly recommend it.
Will leave you "none" too impressed
Julia R. Mar 17, 2013
This Easy Village dive is good for a cheap drink or a game of trivia in a sports-friendly atmosphere, but be warned that the bartenders are often rude and it does get packed after hours. The people that frequent here are mostly young adults, 20s-30s (think over-aged party boys and frat stars), and while the environment is unimpressive and pretty grungy, the music is decent and the bar does offer a low-key atmosphere. Overall it's not my favorite place to go, and the crowd isn't compelling. My biggest issue is with the bartenders, one of which who snapped at me that I was "in the way" as red-faced drunks reached over and spilled their drinks on us while I was simply sitting with a friend having a drink at the counter. Would I recommend it? Nah. There's far better places in the Village. Check out St. Mark's Place and only go here for the trivia nights.
Simple Premise- Cheap
Mark S. Dec 12, 2012
Bar None. I've been here as a quick, cheap pregame, and for trivia as well. The trivia part is pretty standard, fun if you are into that sort of thing (which I am). the drinks are cheap, and the happy hour pricing is very cheap. The decor is equally cheap, nothing really nice about the place. But this place does have a slight charm to it, and when it gets a bit busier, the crowd is lively and seems to be having a good time. Don't expect to be wowed or even be slightly impressed by anything, but this place is not trying to be impressive. It does what it aims to well: serve cheap alcohol to a waiting public.
Go with a few drinks already
Katie G. Dec 12, 2012
This bar was OK, not anything to rave about. We fell upon this bar because it wasn't too busy and we had a few drinks already so we were already having fun. The music was current but not worth dancing to. The bartenders were awesome and appreciated us being there to hang out with, but the people that trickled in after us were either coupled up, or very young. Not sure if I'd go back but if it was crowded with dancing music, I'd be there!
The name says it all.
Chris K. Nov 15, 2012
If you like drinking with the underage and unmentionable, then Bar None is the place to get down! This busy sports bar is all about boozey novelty, with its beer pong and Beirut tournaments, shot specials, and game-night bacchanals. But it's known for having a pretty loose door policy, and questionable IDs get the quickest of glances. That's not always a bad thing--if your sophomore buddies from Vassar need a place to get loaded, there's always Bar None--but it creates an atmosphere complete devoid of class. Listen, you want to dance and drink? Come through. It's always loud, sweaty, and out of control. Otherwise, go somewhere with a little breathing room.
Star One
Jaclyn W. Nov 14, 2012
Aside from Trivia Night, which is generally a hit or miss depending on both your group and alcohol content, stay clear from this bar. Picture a Murray Hill or Midtown East frat bar that randomly decided to open up in the East Village instead. If you're into that kind of thing, I guess go, but you have an entire downtown scene to explore before you hit up this place. If you're really that intrigued, go during happy hour when they have drink specials. At least you will be getting your money's worth. For people who never left college, I recommend this bar. You'll get to experience sweaty guys grinding all up on you in an overly-packed, over-hyped bar (at least to those who did not go to college in the city). For those of you who have graduated into the real world, walk three avenues in either direction to find a better venue.
The Place to Be
LaShawn T. Oct 2, 2012
If you haven't at least heard of Bar None then chances are you're didn't go to college, you hate sports, and you don't enjoy socializing. Anyone in the college or young professional crowd can attest to the raucous nature of Bar None. Complete with party staples such as beer pong and flat screen tvs, Bar None provides the ultimate atmosphere for young party goers to live true to their nature. Ideal for young college students on a budget, Bar None provides a plethora of drinks for those on a budget. It's not uncommon to spend an entire day at Bar None, especially on weekends when everyone is looking to catch a game. And if you're looking to dance to some of the hottest hits on the radio stay put--because Bar None transforms its frat house appeal into your very own miniature club. Don't be surprised if you tend to see the same faces each time you frequent Bar None...it's that addictive.
Good, Young Crowd
Chelsea D. Sep 28, 2012
Great place to start the night... the crowd is filled with college kids looking to have a good time. Drinks are fairly priced and they always have great daily specials. If you're looking for a good time with a good crowd, I'd head here.
Pregame!!!
Sam H. Aug 19, 2012
Bar none is the perfect pregaming spot. It's always got a good atmosphere with fun people to hangout with. Bar None is ideal for getting your drink on prior to your big night out as it has very well priced shots and daily specials, not to mention the power hour they have... every day. It's also in a great area and in walking distance of several other fun bars.
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