King's Head Tavern - Closed

222 E. 14th St.
New York, NY 10003
212-473-6590
A generous series of red velvet benches line the entrance to Kingas Head, in theory making it a good place to get touchy-feely, but in reality making it embarrassing to get touchy-feely because of gawking people coming through the door. The baras long and dark and seems classy, despite the pool table in the back.
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