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The Hideaway

Address
185 Duane St New York NY 10013
Phone
(212) 334-5775
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Summer:- Maryland Blue Crabs on Sunday and Monday nights. Sunday opens at 12pm till we run out.......

Seasonal Fresh Cocktails

100%Natural Beef Burger and the Juiciest Pork and Duck Sliders around....

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Editorial reviews from the web (3)

Feels like a New Orleans speakeasy. Treats at the bar like the John Daly (lemonade with Firefly) will ease the pain of the workday, grilled cheese with white cheddar and brie will soak up the liquor overflow. Sports are always on the TV's over the bar, providing comfy vibe, and even if it gets a bit crowded, you'll never feel like you need to go home.

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Juniper is a small, warm and cozy bit of flavor in Tribeca. The staff is attentive, and the food delicious.

You don't need a password to get into this former speakeasy, now serving comforting American classics.

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Despite the name, this narrow nook has been discovered by locals who crowd the bar nightly for martinis and bar snacks like smoked deviled eggs and pigs in a blanket. Closer...

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I unfortunately have to downgrade The Hideaway... They lost their mojo. Breadless crab cakes were meh. Truffle asiago fries, which were previously my all-time favorite, were not fresh and full...

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20

Nice bar, but sadly my first visit was also my last. The barmaid couldn't have possibly made us feel more unwelcome. Tipped her nicely regardless, but she clearly has a personality...

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The name Hideaway is very apt, as this bar is located in a less trafficked street in Tribeca. Came here for drinks after work one day, and it's a pretty standard bar, but I do appreciate that it...

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I LOVE The Hideaway, like love, love! I feel the name is very appropriate as it is a bit hidden away. Here's what you need to know:- drinks are really great! - food is even better. It's not bar...

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Nothing special. Tiny bar with some good mixology on the menu, but the bartender girls were totally meh. Not welcoming, somewhat snotty, and just a turn off. We only stopped by to kill time until...

Business description (5)

Hideaway the can be found at Duane St 185. The following is offered: Restaurants. The entry is present with us since Sep 9, 2010 and was last updated on Nov 14, 2013. In New York there are 2307 other Restaurants. An overview can be found here.

The Hideaway is located at 185 Duane St Frnt A in New York and has been in the business of Retail - Tavern (drinking Places) since 2005.

Hideaway is located at 185 Duane St # A, New York, NY. This business specializes in Restaurants and has 6 review(s) with a star rating of 4.8. Hideaway is open Mon, 12pm-2pm; Tue, 12pm-2pm; Wed, 12pm-2pm; Thu, 12pm-4pm; Fri, 12pm-4pm; Sat, 12pm-4pm; Sun, 12pm-2pm and accepts American Express and Visa.

We make every type of flag and banner imaginable, Union Made in our modern New York City facility in practically ANY size!

“Walk too fast and you’ll miss the entrance” to this “mellow” TriBeCan, a “tiny but appealing” thing that’s “more down-to-earth” than the norm in these parts (but just as “pricey”); its “old-school Wall Street crowd” reports that it “usually doesn’t get too packed, which is nice.”

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What to Drink: A well-chosen, reasonably priced wine list by the glass includes a $6 Cotes du Rhone and a $7 Gruner Veltliner.

Where to Sit: Despite the handful of tables, most patrons prefer the bar.

Where to Sit

Despite the handful of tables, most patrons prefer the bar.

What to Drink

A well-chosen, reasonably priced wine list by the glass includes a $6 Cotes du Rhone and a $7 Gruner Veltliner.

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