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The room costs around $500/night, which used to get your about a year of drinking your liver rotten in the bar.
Mars Bar is really, truly, officially dead.
All it needs is a few ferns and a fresh quinoa menu and we're good to go.
TD Bank, calculating homogenizers of a city once fertile with independent businesses, will be opening 15 new locations by the end of the year.
Mars Bar is coming back, but it won't be the Mars Bar you once knew.
It may not be called Mars Bar, but some kind of bar or restaurant will open atop the grave of the iconic East Village super dive.
A jarring side-by-side comparison showing how the corner of 1st Street and 2nd Avenue looked just a few years ago versus today.
"I am grateful they didn't give us lowlifes apartments in the back. I feel hugely entitled to this luxury apartment, but I feel completely unworthy of it at the same time."
Though the idea of a pristine Mars Bar inside of a shiny glass building with a TD Bank beside it kind of defeat the purpose, no?
You didn't really think Mars Bar was coming back to the corner of First and Second, did you?
Nine months after it closed, East Village ubër-dive Mars Bar is having a moment.
Because if there is one thing we can all agree on about Mars Bar's clientele, it was how much they just loved people who wear $220 black t-shirts!
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