From Our Editors
No Fun NYC establishes its rock 'n' roll credentials at the get go. Named after a Stooges song and bartended by Jay Weilminster, co-owner and drummer for A Place To Bury Strangers, the Lower East Side bar pairs rock tunes with sudsy beers. From 7 p.m. to close every Sunday night, DJs spin rock riffs old and new in the leather-laden tavern, and the bar's deep reservoirs lie open until 8:30 p.m. In naming No Fun the Best L.E.S. Bar of 2012, New York magazine praised its “top-notch tapas menu” that features grass-fed filet mignon alongside mussels Josephine, its inspiring wall of whiskey bottles, and a singular ambiance that mingles old-school, dive-bar charm with the measured class of a robotic butler.