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Sincerely, Ophelia


221 2nd Ave, New York
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The first things you’ll notice at this East Village speakeasy are the Basquiat-inspired art and the creepy family portraits of people who look like they lock their children in the attic. The other thing that’ll get your attention is how big the space is, which is fairly unusual for a downtown speakeasy. This bar’s entrance is through a nondescript door under the sign for its sister establishment, Chicken & The Egg, and you can conveniently order anything off of that restaurant's menu here. Both the glow-in-the-dark graffitied bathrooms and enclosed booths in the red light-filled VIP room have one way mirrors, making Sincerely, Ophelia the perfect spot to hang with all your voyeuristic friends.

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