Gallery Paule Anglim
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Otis Lounge information
Surprising such a down-to-earth bar exists on chichi Maiden Lane. Bartenders play R&B and hip-hop from their iPods for a diverse crowd who come for fresh-juice cocktails and $5 sangria. The place is tiny – make a beeline for the little upstairs mezzanine. Best weeknights; otherwise it's shoulder-to-shoulder and not worth a cover.