Down the Rabbit Hole
It's rough out there. Especially in the jungle that is MacDougal Street.
Fortunately, we've found just the place to escape the runoff from the beer pong crowd. Introducing 124 Old Rabbit Club, a spot so unassuming you just might miss it the first couple times. Look for the 124 above an unmarked black door. That's when you'll know to walk down the fire-escape steps and ring the buzzer (speakeasy style) to get inside. Once you're in...you know what to do...
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Old school cool NYC. Step below the streets (and away from cell reception) to imbibe in darkness with a knowledgable bartender slinging rare imported beers...
Time out says
European suds get the speakeasy treatment at this murky, unmarked cellar that could double as an S&M dungeon. Coarse brick walls and votives sheathed in broken bottles welcome serious beer geeks, whom you’ll elbow aside for a seat at the brass bar. Once there, you can sample 60-odd imported quaffs, such as the tart Belgian ale Rodenbach ($5), or devour a pretzel-bread sandwich (try it with ham and Camembert). Visit the loo before you leave: Appropriately, it features a re-creation of Brussels’ legendary peeing-boy statue.
Speak-easy for Beer Aficionados
This speakeasy-style dive bar is a hidden gem of the Village. The dark, artsy mood and good music makes this a great place for drinks and conversation. They have an amazing selection of American craft beers and imports from Europe - no wine, liquor, or cocktails served here...