Stand up. Walk four steps to your left. You’ve now walked the entire width of Virgola, which may very well be the smallest bar in New York City. Don’t let its stature deceive you – this Italian wine bar in the West Village deserves a spot on your roster. It’s dark and vibey, and has $1 oysters all day.
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The Four Horsemen
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