Photo Credit: NYS Historic Preservation Office
- 159 W 10th Street
- New York, NY 10014
- (877) 746-0528
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Before Stonewall, there was a “Sip-In” at Julius’, making this Greenwich Village institution home to one of the earliest public actions in the modern LGBTQ rights movement. The corner tavern, one of the oldest gay bars in New York City and a recently designated historic landmark, serves up juicy burgers, onions rings, fries, and other pub favorites with your drink of choice in a dive-bar type setting where vintage photographs of stars from Hollywood’s Golden Age and more dot the walls.