“everyone is welcome, from beatniks to cheeseheads”
Established in 1950, Kettle of Fish remains true to it's roots, a Greenwich Village neighborhood bar. Through the years we have welcomed people from all walks of life. Beat writers like Jack Kerouac, musicians such as Bob Dylan, sports fans, intellectuals, and your average Joe or Jane have found a second home at the Kettle. After opening on MacDougal Street, the Kettle has moved twice and now resides on Christopher Street just off Sheridan Square. Our current location features a main bar and a back room with sofas, tables and chairs. Along with dart boards, there is pinball, Ms Pacman/Galaga, and Megatouch machines in addition to a variety of board games. Some say the jukebox is one of the best in NYC. Whether alone or in a group, you will feel at home at the Kettle of Fish. Nearby subway stops include the 1 and 9 at Christopher St. and the A,B,C,D,E,F,V at W. 4th St.
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Kettle of Fish
- Sun - Sat: 2:00 pm - 4:00 am
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