Lit Lounge

3.8284 Votes Currently Open
  • Address: 93 2nd Ave, New York, NY 10003, United States, New York City
  • Timings: 06:00 pm - 11:59 pm Details
  • Phone: +1-2127777987
  • Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
  • Tags: Art Gallery, Food And Drinks, Pubs, Restaurant, Entertainment

Lit Lounge is a pub situated in the East Village in New York. It has an art gallery in the read and a lively pub in the front. It is a great place to enjoy drinks and finger food with your friends. The music is quite lively and it is a great environment in general. Definitely keep in touch with the website when you are in New York for the special events that keep taking place here, you are sure to find an event you want to attend!

Entrance Ticket Details For Lit Lounge

  • Please find out from the official authorities.

Lit Lounge Hours

  • Call on Christmas Eve, New year’s eve and Thanksgiving to find out the hours.

How to Reach Lit Lounge

  • Take the subway to the E 7th Street.

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  • Lit Lounge Address: 93 2nd Ave, New York, NY 10003, United States, New York City
  • Lit Lounge Contact Number: +1-2127777987
  • Lit Lounge Timing: 06:00 pm - 11:59 pm
  • Time required to visit Lit Lounge: 02:00 Hrs
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  • 0.8% of people who visit New York City include Lit Lounge in their plan

  • 95% of people start their Lit Lounge visit around 8 PM

  • People usually take around 2 Hrs to see Lit Lounge

Monday, Wednesday and Sunday

95% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Lit Lounge

People normally also visit Pete's Tavern while planning their trip to Lit Lounge.

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Lit Lounge Reviews & Ratings

  • The talented Nick Gazin was deejaying on the night that I met Netta for the first time. Vodka was cheap, conversations were deep, and it was a Thursday, I think. The date went great and I got to tell one of my favorite artists I liked his work. I like going here randomly too. I've used it as a rendezvous spot on multiple missions. Some of the bands that I see here are great and some of them are DANK.

  • A nice spot to hang out at with some friends at the bar or one of the tables they have towards the back. They also have a downstairs which can be a bit much on weekends and sometimes they may have a performance going on or karaoke depending on the night, meaning there may be a cover to be downstairs. There was a time where just about every night I'd peek my head in to see what is going on in there. This place didn't stay a hidden treasure for long and I sometimes yearn for those days when I could go in there on a weekend and not worry about how big the crowds might get.

  • Great dive-y bar. But it sill has a velvet rope sometimes! We were denied entry because one of our friends was wearing sandals (dummy). Love the dungeon downstairs.

  • I really enjoyed Lit Lounge the times I visited New York, however the doors were closed when I showed up tonight. Is it closed for good or just a temporary thing? Great spot, chill vibe with a whatever attitude.

  • If you're a fan of punk and glam punk culture, you'll love this place. Three areas here. When you enter you're in a bar with art gallery all the way in the back and there is music venue downstairs. Visited this place couple of times and always had a good time. Staff is relaxed and pleasant. Bar has a dark vibe with just red lights lighting the room. Stickers on the walls all around give out that CBGB feel. Once I went there, a sculpture from late H.R. Giger was exhibited. Mind blown... The other time there was barely dressed girl (in tight leather) dancing on the bar. A lot of diverse forms of art can be found here. If bar is not dark enough for you, head downstairs for some alternative live music of many styles. Exposed brick walls, little light and sometimes many stages packed into a small room can make a great vibe. Again, punk is the key word here. To sum up, an obscure place in the best sense of that word. Definitely worth checking out.

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