15 Barrow Str
Between West 4th St. & 7th Ave South
Daily till 03h00
212 691 6127
The Barrow Street Ale House is a friendly dive in the heart of NYC’s West Village. We provide beer, drinks and food, pool, darts and video games.
Barrow Street Ale house was once a 19th century carriage house and then a jazz club. Now there are TVs throughout, a basement with a pool table, video games; and a jukebox filled with classic to contemporary tunes.. The ale house also offers a selection of over 25 bottled varieties of beer from 15 taps.
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