Drink At This 1970s Andy Warhol-Themed Bar In Murray Hill
If you’re looking for something new to do in Murray Hill, you can be among the first to check out The Factory 380, a 1970s-styled bar inspired by Andy Warhol. With influence from Warhol’s Factory and the iconic Studio 54, it’s definitely a party in this bar/restaurant/lounge and hidden speakeasy. Take in the Miami meets New York vibes in a setting filled with tropical wallpaper and pops of flamingo pink among the exposed brick and industrial brass accents. And, keeping with its dedication to the decade of pop art, cocktails are affectionately named for an aspect of Warhol’s era. Get some pre-dinner snacks with your drinks or head straight for Edie’s, the hidden speakeasy, where the only clue you receive is: "The secret lies behind the lips."
After a cocktail or two, head on down to Baby Bo’s Cantina to balance out the newness of The Factory 380 with a New York classic spot. Serving up hearty plates of Mexican food and stiff margaritas for over 25 years, you’ll be glad to enjoy a meal at this gem. Try out one of their more unique dishes, like the BBQ duck burrito, or stick to the classics, like their four cheese enchiladas and a sizzling fajita plate. No matter what you’re in the mood for, you won’t leave hungry.
The Factory 380
380 3rd Avenue, Manhattan
Baby Bo’s Cantina
627 2nd Avenue, Manhattan