Attaboy

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Lower East Side

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    Attaboy

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Attaboy

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  • Address:

    Attaboy 134 Eldridge St
    Lower East Side
    New York
    10010

  • Cross Street:

    between Broome and Delancey Sts

  • Venue phone:

    no phone yet

  • Opening hours:

    Daily 6:45pm-3am

  • Transport:

    Subway: F to Delancey St; J, Z, M to Delancey–Essex Sts

  • Price:

    Average cocktail: $16. AmEx, Disc, MC, V

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    1. Attaboy
      • 134 Eldridge St
        Lower East Side
        New York
        10010
      • no phone yet
      • 40.718905,-73.991444

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TGreen1

Attaboy has become my new favorite bar. Yes, at $16 per cocktail it's a little pricy. But...I'm not the biggest alcohol person and after going to Attaboy, I now realize that I've been drinking terrible drinks. The first ever drink I had there (a black cherry riff on a caipirinha), literally brought tears to my eyes because it was so good. I savored every drop. The hand cut ice and the metal straws also keep the drink to the correct temperature until the last drop. The atmosphere is great, too. The guys are chill, yet super serious about the drinks. I love this place.

Alan Hodgson

Sadly I can't review the bar itself but I hear tell that its namesake is a vintage clothing store in Belfast in the late 1980s/early 1990s. As a frequenter of that store in Belfast I'm glad to see its heritage lives on in a more liquid state. Next time I'm in NYC I will be sure to have a drink or two in homage to John back in the day. Alan.