February 5, 2004

A Trip to Chumley's

POST #    748


The bar at Chumley's


Tables where people have carved things.


Rachelle and Jess (I'm not sure how the image turned out like this).

Last night, I took a trip to Chumley's, a historic bar in the West Village. I've been there before, but it's always nice to go to a bar that has been around since the 1920's. Since it's winter, they had their fireplace going, which you could immediately sense when you walked in and took a breath. Chumley's is a beautiful bar that everyone should go to at least once. Oh, and at $2, their assorted bread basket is a deal for those who want to load up on the carbs.

Posted by tien mao in NYC at 4:11 PM

 

 

they should really have some sort of map though in order to find the place - no sign whatsoever!

Posted by: dahl at February 5, 2004 4:46 PM

well, back in the day, it was a speakeasy, so the entrance couldn't be too conspicuous. i actually think people entered through the courtyard on barrow st.

Posted by: tien at February 5, 2004 4:53 PM

finding it is part of the fun! sorry that i missed it. coop board meeting prevailed...

did you see the dogs? usually there are a couple of labradors hanging out near the fire.

Posted by: corie at February 5, 2004 6:18 PM

that's the first time since the smoking ban that i've gone home with my hair smelling like smoke. granted it was fireplace smoke, but still. :)

Posted by: el at February 5, 2004 10:30 PM

Looks like a cool place. Damn I wish there was a smoking ban in Michigan and Pennsylvania bars!

Posted by: Justin at February 6, 2004 11:00 AM

aughasdlkjfsd. .. there is no smoking ban in chicago and the smell of smoke on my clothes this morning was enough to make me puke. that and all the beer i drank last night.

Posted by: rachelle in chicago! at February 6, 2004 11:36 AM

i've got to say that as a non-smoker, the smoking ban is the best thing to happen to this city in a long time. i'm sure there are better things, but it sounds better saying it the other way.

Posted by: tien at February 6, 2004 11:43 AM

i have to say, as an occasional smoker, that i agree with tien. it doesn't bother me that i can't smoke in a bar...in fact, i hate going home stinking not just of my own smoke, but of others, as well.

Posted by: corie at February 6, 2004 4:59 PM

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