Narcbar is in the space that used to be the front dining room of Narcissa, the restaurant in the bottom of the Standard East Village. It’s a bar, but you can eat a full meal here, and the food is actually pretty good. They serve stuff like ceviche, vegetarian tostadas, onion rings, and a burger - and it’s safe to say that all of this will make for some great late-night dining (as long as you don’t mind loud music and a scene).
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