Hair of the Dog Opens on Orchard Today

Posted on: October 11th, 2012 at 6:08 am by
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Assume positions; it all starts now. The shit is about to hit the proverbial fan of upper Orchard Street. Hair of the Dog is but a few hours from opening in the location formerly occupied by Cafe Charbon. Public inauguration for the frat-hole is set for 11 am.

Elements of the predecessor are still visible, but the overall personality of 170 Orchard Street is pretty much a 180. Feels more nightclub-esque with the exterior color scheme of black, red, and gold. Nameplate lettering was uncovered yesterday, and drapes lifted from the windows. The charm is gone.

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Expect everything you would from other players in the NYC Best Bars roster – rowdy sports gatherings, beer pong, etc. And with the added bonus of daily 4 am closing times! Hell Square certainly has another formidable contributor.

Below is a snapshot of their menu:

Hair of the Dog Menu

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