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    Joe’s Pub

    Joe’s Pub Named for Public Theater founder Joe Papp, Joe’s Pub at The Public opened in 1998 and plays a vital role in The Public’s mission of supporting young artists while providing established artists with an intimate space and superior acoustics to perform and develop new work. Joe’s Pub consistently presents the best in live […]

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    Great Jones Cafe

    The Great Jones Cafe opened in June of 1983 when Great Jones Street was such a desolate, forgotten block that writer Don DeLillo chose the street as a “hide-out” for the rock star main character of his book “Great Jones Street”.  Back then, bar regulars could tumble out onto the quiet, empty block for impromptu […]

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    The Library at The Public

    The Library at The Public The Library, named for the building’s original use as the Astor Library, is a central element of the mezzanine level of our landmark building’s downtown home at Astor Place. Open late nightly for dinner and cocktail service, the hidden away supper club plays dinner bar, watering hole or backstage lounge […]

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    Gato

    Gato GATO is Chef Bobby Flay’s expression of Mediterranean food, drink, and design. The NoHo location is a 100-year-old building, and GATO is the first restaurant to reside there. GATO combines its NYC roots with a European sensibility and has a casual approach, a bustling environment, and a dedicated passion to its cuisine. The name […]

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    Swift

    Swift Swift Hibernian Lounge has been a beacon for weary travelers on this block of Fourth Street since 1995. Founded by Danny McDonald and Mike Jewell, it quickly became known for its mix of Irish hospitality, a cornucopia of beer styles from here and abroad, one of the finest selections of Irish whiskey in the […]

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    Saxon + Parole

    Saxon + Parole Saxon, a stately black racehorse, was the first to wear New York tobacco heir Pierre Lorillard’s signature racing colors of cherry & black. The stallion won the Belmont Stakes in 1874 and sired more winners in retirement. Saxon’s career, respectable as it was, paled in comparison to his unassuming stable mate: the […]