This morning I woke up to sunny blue skies and the most calming summer breeze. It felt so perfect outside, now sitting in a cave-like office, is less than thrilling. Therefore, looking forward to all things outside, this Thirsty Thursday head over to an East Village outdoor bar and forget that you’ve been inside during a day like today.
Bua is a low-key East Village favorite. With exposed bricks, outdoor seating and a decent happy hour, it’s no wonder you never see it empty! Although technically an Irish Pub – Bua meaning victory in Gaelic – it doesn’t feel like the typical Irish Pubs that line the streets of NYC. Filled mostly by locals, it’s an excellent spot for those looking to dodge the hipsters and trend-scene and just enjoy a night out on St. Mark’s Place.
Happy Hour is from 4pm to 8pm every day!
$5 Cocktails – including their delicious Caipirinha! Check out the rest on their menu!
$4 Imported Beers
$5 Glasses of Sangria or $18 for a Carafe
Also serving food, for those of us who like to eat while they drink, Bua has a fancier selection of bar food, including Berkshire Pulled Pork Sliders – $9 and Corned Beef & Gruyère Sandwich – $10.
Mon-Fri 4pm – 4am
Sat-Sun 1pm – 4 am
122 Saint Mark’s Place
Between 1st Street & Ave A (closer to A)