THE EAR INN
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Creaking boards, crooked stairs, and a touch of nostalgia create the charm of one of the oldest pubs in the city. Built in 1817, the landmark-protected building served dockworkers from the nearby piers starting in the mid-19th century. In the 1970s, Ear magazine (a monthly music magazine) occupied one floor of the establishment, known up to that time as the Green Door. The owners painted an E over the B in Bar, and since then, the edited neon sign glows with the new name.

DISTRICT
SoHo
ADDRESS
PHONE
+12122269060
WEBSITE
OPENING TIMES
Daily noon to 4 am
PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION
1 to Canal Street or Houston Street
C, E to Spring Street
PRICE LEVEL
moderate
BAR, CLUB TYPE
Pub

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