The Garret has three locations downtown, and they’re all a little different. The original is hidden above a Five Guys in the West Village, and the East Village location feels kind of like an upscale living room. This third one in Nolita has slushie drinks and a subtle tropical theme. Much like the other locations, it’s perfect for a casual cocktail with a friend or two, and it’s also ideal for a first date. The space isn’t huge, with a bar on one side and some booths on the other, and it gets pretty dark at night. Bring someone you like, have a few cocktails, and talk about all the potted plants and the stained glass above the door when you run out of other matters to discuss.
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There are two Garrets in the city, and the one on the west side is a speakeasy above a Five Guys. It’s a cool space, but expect a crowd and top-40.
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