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Posted by trish from florida on 12/20/2013
In October I met four friends for beers at Randolphs, the place was very busy, and we sat towards the back, Bartender was great, informed us prices were half, and we had some great beers. Loved the low key atmosphere, and look forward to a revisit. Here there is a new one in Brooklyn, Next time.
Posted by Anonymous on 11/28/2011
I was walking by this dive bar one block off Bowery and saw the Happy Hour sign. I walked in and asked if they had a happy hour. After spending 10 days in NYC and trying out many happy hour dive bars (a hobby of mine) I didn't ask the price as most are $3-4. (My mistake as I normally ask the price in a new bar but because of the obvious atmosphere I didn't.) The kid behind the bar carefully measured the gin and poured it into a thin tall speciality cocktail glass then topped it up with tonic. He place it in front of me and asked for $7. I said, "I thought it was happy hour?" He said that was the happy hour price and that the regular price was $14 and showed me a cocktail menu. The menu was for fancy cocktails and told him that it was just a well drink. He told me that they charged the same price for a well drink. I couldn't believe it and told him so. This is a dive bar. There wasn't a person in the bar. I paid my $7, finished my drink and left. The bartender gave me the cold shoulder the whole time and didn't even make an attempt to be cordial. I would give this place a big zero. The other review above this must have been written by a staff member.
Posted by Downtownboy on 10/18/2008
Stopped into the Randolph the other night and had an amazing sandwich and killer drink. The pressed hot ones are so good i can't wait to go back for more. They went really good with my cocktail and the low key and really fun staff were on point the whole night! Can't wait to try more! A must try if your in the hood