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Julius'

(95 Ratings)
A landmark in the village with devoted regulars

This Christopher Square bar has been a fixture of the neighborhood since Stonewall. Don't mind the wagon wheel chandeliers, just grab a seat at the bar and make a new friend. Things can get a little wild on Thursday nights - be sure to be nice to the guy at the grill (and the cuties behind the bar!)



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Reviews

mikenyc
mikenyc
2 months ago

Best hamburgers in the Village. Back in the late 80's - early 90's when I was running "The Park BBS", we use to have get togethers monthly at Julius'. It was called "eye-balling" cause you would meet in person. Great memories there.


Saore2023
Saore2023
3 months ago

I remember going to Julius when I went to visit invite the Cambodian cummity to a movie which was been held at the Baha'i center of Dallas. After the Baha'i activity I took a cab to Julius. I used to work and live in Kerrville Texas and we would go to Julius at least twice a month to get rowdy and have fun. Everyone was welcomed regardless of race, or gender. We always had a great time at Julius. Sergio Otriz


TravelBuddie28
TravelBuddie28
3 months ago

Julius is a staple of New York. Featured in films for years, this iconic location is part of NYC Queer History.


PurpleBill
PurpleBill
Over a year ago

I'm now a real regular. I love the bar, bartenders, owner and great happy hour crowd.


BrentW
BrentW
Over a year ago

Best burger in NYC!!


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