Lady Jay's

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lady jay's; williamsburg; bar
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lady jay's; williamsburg; bar
Lower East Side
This country-rock dive has that whiskey-soaked je ne sais quoi we like in a no-nonsense drinkery. The bar’s makeshift decor—including mounted steer horns and a large wood patio out back—looks as if it might have been shipped in from a Dixieland saloon, and it’s matched by a simple focus on good times over gimmicks. Feed a few bucks into a honky-tonk–fueled jukebox, then explore the dirt-cheap combo deals: Five bucks gets you two cans of Lionshead Pilsner, while an $8 combo of a PBR tall boy and Buffalo Trace White Dog (fresh-off-the-still raw whiskey) will lay you out quicker than a rodeo bull.
Venue name: Lady Jay's
Contact:
Address: 633 Grand St
New York

Cross street: between Leonard St and Manhattan Ave
Opening hours: Mon–Fri 4pm–4am; Sat, Sun 2pm–4am
Transport: Subway: L to Lorimer St
Price: Average drink: $5. AmEx, MC, V
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