Rudy's Bar & Grill

Dripping with dive-bar-meets-saloon vibes, Rudy's Bar & Grill is a Hell's Kitchen neighborhood favorite. Stained glass lamps wash the bar in muted amber hues, old sots sip whiskey long past sundown, drinks are dirt cheap, the house drink—Rudy's Red—will have you seeing double in no time for under eight bucks, and hot dogs are free (seriously). Rudy's used to be filled with only the standard dive bar folk—the scruffy, older kind that have been drunk since the dinosaurs roamed—but it's now seeing an influx of hipsters and happy hour-seeking professionals who dig the cheap booze and big, cushy red booths.

Rudy's bar opened in 1933. When you walk through it the feel of the old neighborhood saloon is still there with cheap beer, free hot dogs, and great people

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