Mulberry Street Bar

Row 1

Details
176 1/2 Mulberry St (btwn Broome St & Grand St)
New York, NY 10013
(212) 226-9345
Bar
$ $
Hours
Mon–Thu, Sun: Noon–3:00 AM Fri–Sat: Noon–4:00 AM

Foursquare Tips

  • You can't go wrong with $12 pitchers... YOU READ THIS RIGHT 12 DOLLAR PITCHERS!
  • Don't forget Thursday Night is Ladies Night!
  • Established 1908 as Mare Chiaro. Decor is largely intact - wooden back bar with mirrors, tile floor, and pressed tin along the ceiling and walls - but polluted with flat screens and other updates.
  • Scenes from The Sopranos and Law & Order have taken place at this Little Italy watering hole. The bar thats been open since 1908 is welcome to hit the jukebox full of Elvis.
  • As seen in the movie Donnie Brasco
  • Nasty woman bartender - don't go here!!
  • Love the Sopranos?
  • Nice change from typical manhattan bars. But, ya know, best served drunk.
  • Ie cold draft peroni, historic digs and Larry the bartender make this place fantastic, head to Amici II after a few drinks for a fantastic dinner... Alex will set you up right over there!
  • Listening to my friends sing karokoe
  • Karaoke on Friday has some ringers.
  • The best karaoke in Little Italy. Really, its great karaoke. I stop by anytime that I'm in the area to hear a song or two.
  • Muy buena comida, buenos precios y es un lugar histrico.
  • Everything is great here!
  • The ghost of Frank Sinatra possesses one of the karaoke regulars
  • Pretty good pizza here
  • Horrible service and they wanted to have 18% tip for it NO GO!
  • The regulars who frequent this bar make it the greatest karaoke experience I've ever had.
  • This Little Italy haunt was established over a hundred years ago, as a small bar called Mare Chiaro. Its rich history remains in its original subway tile floor, wooden bar, and pressed-tin ceiling.
  • No indoor seats during San Gennaro