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159 West 10th Street, New York, NY 10014

(877) 746-0528

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Join us Every Friday at 8PM

Drag Race.

Come down early for Happy Hour

4pm to 7pm

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Join us at Julius'  on January 29th for the After Dark Party

Kick off at 8pm

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New Business Hours

Monday -  We will  to be opened.

Effective Immediately

Monday  - Thursday 4:00pm - 2:00am

Friday - 4pm to 4 am.

Saturday - 12:00 noon to 4:00 am.

Sunday - 12:00 noon to 2:00 am. 

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Julius' made the list of one of the oldest bars in Manhattan. According to Thrilist.com,
Opened: 1840
First holding court as a grocery store in 1840, then as a bar in 1864, today it’s one of the city’s oldest gay bars.

Real-talk: the best-kept secret at this joint is their juicy burgers. ©

Drink & Food 

Sept. 6th Mondays we will be opened

Monday - Thursday    4:00pm - 12:00 Midnight 

Friday - 4:00pm - 2am.

Saturday     12 noon - 2 am.

Sunday 12 noon - 12 am.

Food kitchen Hours 

Monday - Thursday until 11pm.

Friday 4pm to 12 midnight 

Saturday 12 noon - 12 midnight

Sunday noon until 12 midnight

Happy Hour

Monday - Friday

4pm to 7pm

Who We Are

A bar has continuously operated here since the mid-19th century known as Julius's by around 1930. It started to attract a gay clientele by the 1960's. On April 21, 1966, an event later known as the “Sip-In” was organized by members of the Mattachine Society. Inspired by civil rights sit-in in the south, they set out to challenge the State Liquor Authority's discriminatory policy of revoking the licenses of bars that served gay men and lesbians. The refusal of service to those who intentionally revealed they were “homosexuals” was publicized and photographed. It was one of the earliest pre-Stonewall public actions for LGBT rights, and a big step forward in legitimizing LGBT bars in New York.


Ken Lustbader co-director from NYC -History site project

Julius' host "Mattachine Night", every third Thursday of the month. We would love to see you.

Resource Links

Learn More about Julius

For more information about LGBT history please click on link nyclgbtsites.org

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New York City

Landmarks: Located on 10th Street and Waverly. At Penn Station,
Take the #1 Train to Christopher Street, the #2 or #3 Train to 14th Street or the A, C, E, B, D, F or V Train to West 4th Street

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