Leave your pretense at home and take a walk on the wild side. Make your way into Troy Liquor Bar, a synergy of art, music and fashion. This warm modern den in the center of Manhattan's bustling Meatpacking District is a melting pot for creatives, neighborhood folk and Googlers. Troy Liquor Bar is a throwback to a simpler time, when there were hippies, not hipsters; when the Meatpacking District was a wholesale meat market instead of a champagne brunch on steroids; when it was about hanging with your friends rather than snapping a selfie.
The space (formerly 675 Bar, Level V, ManHole and Civil War Hospital), in its new incarnation, is contemporary in design, featuring comfortable furniture with modern lines, distressed walls and bold colored graffiti art by Col Wallnuts. Black and white photos of rock royalty like Hendrix, Springsteen and Mick Jagger from Soho's famed Morrison Hotel Gallery adorn the subterranean space. Hang out with friends in one of the 5 cozy nooks, shoot a game of pool or come by for a round of foosball.
Alternative rock is the name of the game at Troy, spanning from the 70s, 80s, 90s, classic and funk with mash ups featuring Blondie and The Doors. DJs will play to the crowd and spin vinyl while guests enjoy retro cocktails with house-made tinctures and bitters along with barrel-aged spirits. Choose from our ‘Six Shooter' curated shot menu for an added kick to your drink or just throw one back with your crew for the hell of it.
Troy Liquor Bar is a throwback to a simpler time, when there were hippies, not hipsters; when the Meatpacking District was a full blown meat market instead of a crazy champagne brunch;