One and One

Bars, Sports Bars East Village
One and One
Not one, not two, but three paintings by a certain Paul Joyce (great-nephew of James) adorn the back wall of this pub. That means we’re in Irish territory. In fact, the name of this bar is Emerald Isle slang for fish-and-chips, the house specialty. Order a basket and you’ll get flaky beer-battered cod fillets with a pile of crisp fries, perfect for soaking up malt vinegar. Wash ’em down with one of 12 beers on tap. Naturally, one of those is always Guinness.


Venue name: One and One
Address: 76 E 1st St
Cross street: at First Ave
Opening hours: Mon–Wed 5pm–2am; Thu, Fri 5pm–4am; Sat noon–4am; Sun noon–2am
Transport: Subway: F to Lower East Side–Second Ave
Price: Average drink: $5. AmEx, DC, Disc, MC, V
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Never will I ever go back here.

The crowd is terrible, the bartenders are terrible, the music is terrible, it's terribly crowded. I could do on. The line to get in was very long (but it did move quickly) it was awfully crowded inside, I'm not quite sure why the bouncer continued to let people in but alas. I eventually pushed myself in only to end up leaving a short 30 mins later. Best decision of my weekend. There are two enormous levels which would make one think that it would be ok, but alas. I'd rather sit on the benches outside the bar then ever actually go inside again.