Rudy’s Bar & Grill has been around since the 1930s, and it’s got the patina, Tiffany lampshades and jukebox to prove it. Marked by an old-timey neon sign and a relatively new cartoon pig stationed outside, Rudy’s is a vestige of forgotten New York teeming with a mix of neighbors, crusty old-timers and cool, young adventurers wandering in from this gritty slice of Hell’s Kitchen.
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- cheap date
- day drinking
What to drink
A pitcher of beer.
NeighborhoodHell's Kitchen →
Rudy's has free wi-fi. So if you like to get sloshed while you work, you're in luck.
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