Lillie's

Restaurants , American Union Square
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Lillie's (Time Out, Photograph: Dominic Perri)
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Time Out, Photograph: Dominic Perri
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Lillie's (Time Out, Photograph: Dominic Perri)
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Time Out, Photograph: Dominic Perri
Lillie's

You’ve seen it before—an attractive bar with a thoughtful booze selection spoiled by an annoying clientele. So it is at beautiful Flatiron spot Lillie’s. An oblivious, dude-heavy crowd undermines the ornate 19th-century interior and the tasteful beverage list, which includes an easy-drinking proprietary wine, rare whiskeys (look out for the nine Glenmorangie Scotches) and a broad collection of craft beers. But once the sun sets and the suits vacate their barstools, Lillie’s is easy to enjoy. Call it an after after-work spot.

Venue name: Lillie's
Contact:
Address: 13 E 17th St
New York
10003
Cross street: between Fifth Ave and Broadway
Opening hours: Daily 11am–4am
Transport: Subway: L, N, Q, R, W, 4, 5, 6 to 14th St–Union Sq
Price: Average drink: $8. AmEx, Disc, MC, V
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mafeloreto
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A fan of all things Belgian (by which I mean Belgian beers, fries, and love of soccer) I knew I was going to love this place the second I walked in. I originally came here desperately looking for a bar to watch a Real Madrid game that also served decent food; a feat in NYC, surprisingly. I was not disappointed at all!


First of all, the place looks like a Victorian Castle, which is awesome. Second of all, they serve dozens of beers on tap, including Chimay White. Third of all, they play soccer games on their TVs and have a live band playing Belgian folk music. And Last but not least, the food is DELICIOUS! The shishito peppers are some of the best I've ever had, and their steak tartare is a must.


Definitely will be coming back :)