Down the Hatch

Bar, Wings
$ $
179 W 4th St (btwn 6th & 7th Ave)
New York, NY 10014
(212) 627-9747
11:30am - 3:59am
11:30am - 3:59am
11:30am - 3:59am
11:30am - 3:59am
11:30am - 3:59am
11:30am - 3:59am
11:30am - 3:59am



  • Try the Atomic Wings
  • Work on your beer pong power shot at this fratboy-meets-yuppie bar. Loser has to eat the spicy (but tasty) "suicidal" buffalo wings.
  • Short guy bar. Tall girls beware!
  • One word "WINGS"!
  • Come by on weekends or for Monday night football for one of NYC's cheapest beer & wings specials 3 pitchers and unlimited wings for $19.
  • girls nite oue
  • Never been inside, but based on the people who gather outside, doesn't seem like a nice place.
  • Frat bar with wings
  • Off the Wagon's crazy cousin
  • There's an Atomic Wings franchise inside, which delivers on seamless. Hot wings are great, I'd recommend 'abusive' as a good spicy starting point.
  • slow service-would probably never come back if prices weren't decent and they didn't give out free hours of drinking.
  • AVOID. Crowded with scum, terrible service.
  • Service was poor as hell...walked in and walked out after the bartender would not clear a table after the people had clearly left...Olivers across the street was an excellent alternative for MNF
  • You get what you pay for- fratty, sketchy crowd and rude, unprofessional management and staff. Go elsewhere in the west village- hundreds of better options.
  • Sexist dress code enforcement. Men can't wear tanks but women can.
  • Great meaty wings with strong sauces - and you can't beat the Sat/Sun $21 "All you can eat & all you should drink" special. This is pre-gaming for pros.
  • You come here for Beer Pong, Atomic Wings, loud people/music, cheap drinks and to satisfy your need to act like a college kid. Its also a Jets fan bar, so bring on the gang-green.
  • Id rather die and go to hell than go to this place
  • One of the greatest bars in NYC

Nearby places

134 W 3rd St (btwn MacDougal St & 6th Ave)
109 Macdougal St (at Minetta Ln)
182 W 4th St (at Jones St.)