Max Fish

Bars, Lounges Lower East Side
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Max Fish
Venue says The Basement at Max Fish can be booked for private parties. It has it's own private entrance, bar, and DJ.

When the legendary dive bar closed its original Lower East Side location in 2013, regulars were devastated. Thankfully, they didn’t have to go without their Max Fish fix for too long. The bar reopened just a few blocks away in 2014, and bartenders have been slinging cheap drinks ever since. Fans will recognize a few relics—like a cigarette-shaped light and sculpture of a woman sweeping—in the decor, and Max Fish still functions as a bar-cum-art-gallery. Join the crowds at the bar, or for more privacy, rent out the basement for your party. It has its own DJ, bar and a separate entrance. On any given night, you’ll see 20-somethings grooving to electronica, a few old hats nursing beers on barstools and maybe even a few famous patrons. After all, Max Fish is known for hosting celebrities like Johnny Depp, Iggy Pop and Bob Dylan.

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Max Fish is a bar and art gallery located in the Lower East Side of Manhattan. Open since 1989, it has been home to numerous downtown artist, skaters, and neighborhood aficionados who appreciate its easy going personality and exuberant decor.
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Venue name: Max Fish
Address: 120 Orchard St
Cross street: between Delancey and Rivington Sts
Opening hours: Daily 5pm-4am
Transport: Subway: F to Delancey St
Price: Average main drink: $5. AmEx, Disc, MC, V.
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