Lilly’s is a narrow spot in Hell’s Kitchen, but it looks like the kind of college town bar where grad students get beers after exams or pick-up rugby games. The exposed brick and long wooden bar make it feel civilized enough to meet an old colleague after work, or you can get drinks with college friends who all also work in Midtown now, and end up singing along to Come On Eileen at one of the six-person high-tops. Either way, make use of a long tap list and Happy Hour till 8pm.
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Clyde Frazier's Wine and Dine
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