New York, NY 10019
Village Voice's Description
With post-work drinking options in Midtown few and far between, many 9-to-5ers line up around the massive wooden bar that twists around the front part of this 10,000-square-foot Mexican restaurant, choosing from a massive list of margarita and cocktail options. Located right around the corner from the Ed Sullivan theater, Iguana is a popular option for tourists and theatergoers as well; it's a little hard to miss, what with that gigantic 30-foot-long iguana sculpture scaling the outside wall.
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The Village Voice voted this Best Non-Touristy Jazz Club Remaining in Midtown in our Best Of New York Poll!
Don't check in here. They don't let you dress cool
Great spot to dance the night away. Blue long island ice teas are strong as hell! I'm a drinker, I'm no lightweight at all, but I was good with 2 of these lol.
Hip hop downstairs.. Salsa upstairs..
The crowds hanging out on the sidewalk make it unbearable to simply walk the sidewalk.
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