If you’re looking for a quiet place to grab a drink in Nolita, YN is a great spot to know about. It’s a wine bar about half the size of your average railroad apartment, with a couple of window seats up front and a long bar that takes up the majority of the space. In addition to wine, there are also a few beers and cocktails, as well some snacks like meat and cheese, and there’s a Happy Hour from 4-7pm every day.
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