Vbar & Cafe

225 Sullivan St.
New York, NY 10012
212-253-5740
Vbar, the Greenwich Village predecessor of Vbar St. Marks, is the more studious of the two. Located in the heart of NYU-ville, it mimics the dormitory lair of a brooding philosophy major, wherein books, Roman statues, and emptied bottles are displayed on shelves circling the room. Mac-equipped grad students line the wooden countertops on the left side of the room, directly across from Vbar's comprehensive-and reasonably priced-bottled beer menu. Naturally, the Dogfish Head Raison D'Etre (brewed with raisons and beet sugar) tastes best with a chapter of cranky ol' Sartre.

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