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Le Bain
Today 2:00 pm – 3:00 am
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848 Washington St New York, NY 10014
848 Washington StUSNYNew York10014
$$$$Bar, Night ClubToday 2:00 pm – 3:00 am
Monday 4:00 pm – 4:00 amTuesday 4:00 pm – 4:00 amWednesday 4:00 pm – 4:00 amThursday 2:00 pm – 4:00 amFriday 2:00 pm – 4:00 amSaturday 2:00 pm – 3:00 amSunday 2:00 pm – 12:00 am
Located next to The Standard Grill, in The Standard, New York is Manhattan's favorite beer garden which features a classic German menu with the finest sausages, flavorful beers and delicious pretzels.
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There's a disco, bar, (seasonal) plunge pool & crêperie, all on the roof of the Standard Hotel.- Google
People talk about boom boom room, hot tub, rooftop bar, dance floor and crepes
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Pinky Chan
reviewed 4 months ago
Beautiful! I wasn't here during the night, but I am sure the view is just as gorgeous as it is in the daytime. However, you don't have the sun melting your hair at night...but you also don't have the big crowd. Came on a Saturday afternoon and it was great because they let you sit anywhere you want, except for the reserved tables that have waiter/waitress service to bring you your drinks. They also sell crepes on the other corner opposite the bar. Great place to chill and catch up with some friends over some snacks and a mind-blowing view of the most beautiful city in the world (cough WOO NYC!) You aren't demanded to order something, so one can just visit the view if he/she wants (probably just for a little bit though, they have staff circling around) Once you enter there is a was pretty interesting, but who will stand in a 4 feet tiny pool? Hahaha..awkward.
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Jhon Turk
reviewed 4 months ago
If you are looking for a typical New York limelight experience, this this is going to be one of those places to visit. During the summertime you can expect to find the floor covered with artificial grass and backless sofas strawn about with a crowd women in light summer attire since there's a nice hot tub. During the winter time, it's more of a nightclub with a nice view of the Hudson and Jersey. The music good, drinks overpriced, but you're really paying for the experience and to show off.
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Qichen Zhang
reviewed 6 months ago
I don't understand the mystique of this place, as any bar with a French name in New York gets automatically put on my black list for being too adulating à la Française. Even though it's a "thing" this year to be seen there, it was one of the most pretentious places I've been this year. Hate to be the bearer of bad news, but you guys are not automatically stylish automatically by virtue of ordering a drink named with the "le" prefix. I ordered a $14 Bicyclette, which turned out to be a huge sugary mistake, especially after I sat down on the tacky circular waterbed and half of it slopped out of my glass after some inebriated girls in stilettos plunked down next to me drunkenly (and almost impaled the water bed with their dominatrix heels). I recommend this place if you enjoy yourself in the company of self-conscious pseudo-hipsters who aren't creative enough to find a better bar at which to hang out on a Saturday night. It's New York, people!
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Leander Pais
reviewed 6 months ago
I was with a group of 10 people, and was told that we couldn't get in because of party size, but this was simply a thinly veiled excuse for racism. Many white people were allowed in before and many white people were allowed in right after us. This is actually the first time i've been subject to such overt racism in my life/
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Amélie Lelarge
reviewed 4 months ago
You ll have an amazing view from up there. The place is 2 levels: first level is indoors with a small swimming pool, a bar and a dance floor. Upstairs, is a rooftop where you can order crepes. A meatpacking must.
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Frank Stathes
reviewed 7 months ago
Le Bain is a young trendy rooftop bar with one of the best views of the Hudson River and downtown Manhattan. Note that it can prove challenging to get into later at night, with a velvet rope and sidewalk entrance. Something nobody seems to be talking about is the horrendous bar queue. Prepare to wait 10-15 minutes before making it to the bar for a drink. Overall, the view and crowd seem to make you forget about the queues and it ends up being a great experience.