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As its name suggests, the Slaughtered Lamb is a werewolf-themed pub; you might know it from the opening scene in (what else?) cult '80s flick An American Werewolf in London. Greenwich Village tourists frequent this aged-wood dwelling, marveling at the skeletons, the uncanny murals of 19th-century natives, and the dungeon/pool room downstairs. Guinness, Bud, Amstel, and the like are served on draft here, but it's the bottled-beer selection that dominates. Along with dozens of multi-cultural brews, you can also find Harpoon's citrus-y I.P.A., a rare sight in these out-of-towner bars. That'll keep your jaded, kitsch-naysaying friends at bay; no need to go all out with a silver stake.
Great if you like a dungeon atmosphere. The waitresses know how to sell you drinks, they are very good, so bring money, or the willpower to resist. The service is usually excellent. Your best bet is to order several things at once, they'll be back before you're done. Otherwise you'll find yourself waiting if they're busy. The pumpkin tortellini is AMAZING.
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