159 West 10th Street
New York City, New York 10014


159 West 10th Street
New York City, New York 10014


New York’s oldest Gay bar and Greenwich Village’s oldest bar.

Julius' is a bar that has a lot of history. This structure has been welcoming folks since 1840, first as a grocery store and then, in 1864 as a bar. It was built in 1826 on the corner of Amos Street (West 10th) and Factory Street (Waverly Place). Since then, we've started a variety of traditions at our bar.

Pump up the fun any night of the week with Julius', a gay bar in New York, New York. With more than 50 years in the business, we open our doors to the best party people in Greenwich Village. Come visit us today to enjoy great food, great friends, and great music.

Julius' host "Mattachine Night", every third Thursday of the month we love to see you. We also host the "Owl Party", on a monthly basis. Live DJ music all night.


Full Bar
Juke Box
Free Wifi



103 Reviews
August 17, 2018
Julius is the underrated Gay-Bar-Gem (GBG) of the West Village. While the crowds are flocking to wait in line at Stonewall on a Saturday night, you can...
January 14, 2021
in 2016 I was roofied here. Had two drinks with friends, from 9-10pm on a Friday night. both Gin and Tonics and sat in the window with 4 people. My drinks...
April 04, 2020
Pretty cool bar with a storied past and nice options. The food is mediocre (but cheap) and the drinks are not that great, so you're mostly coming for the...


159 West 10th Street
New York City, New York 10014
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