Kettle of Fish
New York, NY 10014
Village Voice's Description
An unpretentious sports bar in a predominately gay neighborhood, Kettle of Fish reaches out to understated people of all walks of life. Its subground entrance can be difficult to find, but worth it: the bar's patrons are so close-knit, they organize seasonal events such as pumpkin carving contests and baseball game field trips. This is a fun crowd to fall into, and the drinks are straightforward and inexpensive, to boot.
Tips from foursquare
Green Bay Packers fans flood this former Beat hangout on game days. Free Wisconsin delicacies like cheese, crackers and sausage are on hand, as well as the state’s brat of choice, Usinger’s.
3 kinds of Six Point? Sign me up.
good price beer, PAC man, darts, family guy pinball, good crowd, chill vibe, friendly staff = awesome!
Feels like walking into a basement in Kenosha
"Opened in 1950...and it picked up some interesting clientele (Dylan, Kerouac and Hunter S. Thompson). Today it's a dive, sports, gay, boho literary bar all in one cozy cellar." (via @ShelfAwareness)