Your Next Wild Night Out Should Be At Wicked Willy's
For a true NYC establishment, try Marumi in Greenwich Village. Opened in the early '90s to introduce Japanese food to the neighborhood, Marumi has been a consistent crowd-pleaser ever since. This small, comfortable restaurant with private tables and a sushi bar offers a long list of appetizers, fresh sushi and sashimi, and hot home-style Japanese dishes. For a bit more of an intimate experience, ask to sit on the zen-like patio.
After your quick sushi fix, walk over to Wicked Willy’s, a kitchsy local haunt. When you step through the doors, you escape the city and spill into a beach-town tiki bar with twinkle lights, a palapa styled bar, and pirate/nautical knick-knacks. Set up for a raucous night, Wicked Willy’s serves tropical cocktails in fishbowls, hosts live bands and karaoke nights, and, of course, has the ever-important beer pong tables for some late-night competitions.
546 LaGuardia Place, Manhattan
149 Bleecker Street, Manhattan