This Skee-Ball-themed bar in Williamsburg is a haven for kitschy, nostalgia-driven boozing. The beer offerings skew cheap and cheerful, with a small selection of standard taps supplemented by 40 canned brews kept in ice-filled coolers behind the bar. Three-buck Genesee Cream Ale replaces PBR as the cheapo suds of choice, and a $2 hot-dog serves as the snack of champions. Divey decor reflects the owners' commitment to the game—the bar is constructed from old Skee-Ball machine parts, and a TV up front plays a live feed of the action on the three ramps in the back.
Our list of incredible indoor activities in NYC prove that the weather doesn’t need to be sunny and dry in order for you to have a good time. While our most beautiful NYC parks and outdoor attractions may be off-limits during a rain or snowstorm, that doesn’t mean you should waste a perfectly good day sitting on the couch in your apartment. Whether you’re interested in going ice-skating and indoor rink, finding a great wine bar or touring one of New York’s legendary museums, brave the cold, sweltering heat or a heavy downpour for some indoor fun.
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