Julius'

 
93% love it
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A landmark in the village with a devoted set of 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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    • BrentW
      BrentW 3 weeks ago
      Loves it

      Best burger in NYC!!

    • Jipsta
      Jipsta Over a year ago

      Fun crowd and super strong drinks! And of course, still serving the burgers and fries you need when you want a bite!

    • berdachenyc
      berdachenyc Over a year ago

      MATACHINE NIGHT IS THE PLACE AND EVENT TO BE AT!

    • saneguyliny
      saneguyliny Over a year ago
      Loves it

      Love this bar
      From a different point of view, I am a big fan of older gents and I always seem to meet someone here. The place is nothing special to look at and it does seem like there are cliques, but I usually have a good time. I will say the burger is good, not sure about some of the reviews re how cheap the place is, I did not see it as that. I stop in once every couple of months as I do not live in the city. I almost always stop in when I am in town though.

    • musicman013
      musicman013 Over a year ago
      Loves it

      old but charming
      This historical bar is just a neighborhood dive, but is well worth checking out if you want a lowkey place to unwind. Crowd is older and mostly regulars. Only wish I could have sampled a burger with my draft beer.

    • MattTwoTee
      MattTwoTee Over a year ago
      Loves it

      My fav bar in NYC
      Lowkey dive promises to showcase the best of Greenwhich Village, and doesn't feel as affected as the typical gay haunts. If you want a mellow time, check Julius and have stiff drinks and fun times.

    • GCeditor
      GCeditor Over a year ago
      Loves it

      NY institution
      This hole in the wall is a wonderful place to soak in gay history and the ambiance of greenwich village... while getting soaked!

    • benfrombmore
      benfrombmore Over a year ago
      Loves it

      Great staff. Friendly regulars. Very good food (especially the burgers!)

    • Next Door Magazine's Rare Gem
      On a rainy day, we stumbled into this bar. Not for the mainstream set, we thoroughly enjoyed it! We will def go back for more!

    • Blah
      Blah Over a year ago
      Loves it

      Still the best bar in the city!
      This may be the coolest gay bar in NYC. Strong drinks and the best burgers around. Some may call it a dive but how can you not love a bar that looks the same as it did before the Stonewall riot? A little, historical gem with a friendly staff that will share the bar's history if you ask. They welcome all comers including women and straight people. This bar should not be missed.

    • glenn69
      glenn69 Over a year ago
      Hates it

      Burgers are not what they used to be.
      The quality of the bar food has fallen tremendously. Bartenders are generally friendly though.

    • Stevin
      Stevin Over a year ago
      Loves it

      Great Burgers
      One of NYs oldest bars, if not the oldest. Older crowd, but they have the best and biggest bar burgers in NY. It's always a must stop when visiting the West Village.

    • teddymc
      teddymc Over a year ago
      Hates it

      who does he know?
      i really enjoy the place usually,but the bartender everyone is talking about has to be the rudest man in the business.(someone has to be)!i've walked out becouse i'd have to wait 10 min. for a drink while he was b.s.ing with his buddies in the corner.mind u, there was only those 5 or 6 of them in the corner!

    • JandTNYC
      JandTNYC Over a year ago
      Hates it

      Not too good unless you're a regular
      Unless you’re a regular OR part of the “the group” it’s probably not worth it. Good atmosphere GREAT food! We love the fries & onion rings. Wish it were more of just a hang out place, unfortunately one of the bartenders & his “click” make you feel really out of place if you’re not a regular. We live in the city, yet we’d prefer to go to a different bar.

    • MMM
      MMM Over a year ago
      Loves it

      Friendly West Village Place
      Great food, drinks and service. Lots of lovely people who will chat if you wish.

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