The Stumble Inn is from the same people as Hair Of The Dog and six other bars that all feel like they’re here to help undergrads transition into the real world without too much of a shock. Like the others, this location on the Upper East Side has great drink specials, including half-off beer on weekends, and plenty of TVs. Just know that about half the people here will be more interested in doing the music video dance moves to the songs on the speakers than watching the game.
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Bluestone Lane Coffee
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