Zinc Bar

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  • Address:

    Zinc Bar 82 W 3rd St
    West Village
    New York

  • Cross Street:

    between Sullivan and Thompson Sts

  • Venue phone:

    212-477-9462

  • Venue website:

    zincbar.com

  • Opening hours:

    Daily 6pm–3am

  • Transport:

    Subway: A, C, E, B, D, F, M to W 4th St

  • Price:

    Average drink: $8. AmEx, MC, V

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    1. Zinc Bar
      • 82 W 3rd St
        West Village
        New York
      • 212-477-9462
      • zincbar.com
      • 40.729795,-73.999014

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Segue Reading Series

Fiction, Poetry

  • $

Arts organization the Segue Foundation, which publishes poetry and criticism under the umbrella of Roof Books, hosts an eclectic reading every week. The new fall season continues with poets Mel Elberg and David Henderson.

  1. Sat Nov 1
  2. Zinc Bar
  3. $5
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SAVVOPOULOS CHRIS

visited Zinc bar with my wife on Wed July 3 . We decided to sit at the front bar ,because we didn't know the group and didn' like to pay a cover. During the night the performance area in the back was nearly empty (about 8-10 prs).That was not good for the musicians and the atmosphere . My mood was good in the beginning but later I got angry because I went in the border of bar-back area to take some photos and after some seconds a guy said : if you want to stay here you must pay 15 $.! That was totally unfriendly. We left the bar after some minutes., although we wanted to stay and drink more... I have a suggestion to do to the owner :It would be much better for your business to have a small ticket for all (7-10 $) and a full performance area than a place with a full bar and the musicians playing in front of empty chairs.