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Horus Café on A - Hookah Bar | Middle Eastern Restaurant in East Village, NYC

Surrounded by bustling areas of downtown Manhattan, the bars of the East Village have carved out a niche of their own as one of the city's best late night neighborhoods. Including the likes of Alphabet City, St. Mark's Place and an unofficial Japan Town, party goers have a variety of options when hitting the no longer mean streets of this once gritty area. Streets now packed full of late night bars and eateries, the East Village nightlife caters to crowds of hipsters, artists, musicians and college students looking for a place to bar hop for the night.

Hipsters and artsy types in skinny jeans with skinny wallets can be seen perched on bar stools at dive bars like the Coal Yard or Eastern Bloc. Beer fanatics can get their fix of their favorite brews at casual beer bars like d.b.a or historic landmark, McSorley's Alehouse. The East Village bars even cater to those looking for something a bit fancier to drink (without a fancier dress code) as the area has become a mecca of world class cocktail bars including city favorites Death and Co. and PDT. Those with a case of wasted wanderlust can even relive a trip to Tokyo looking no further than the basement sake bar Decibel, for late night drinks and snacks.

The East Village bars offer a little bit of something for everyone, just don't expect to be home before the sun rises.

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  • * Decibel 20s / 30s / After Work / Artists

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