Subway Inn reopened Friday at its new home on 60th Street and Second Avenue.
Former customers said the longtime St. Mark's Place bar looked different but had the "same feel."
The forthcoming Columbus Avenue nightspot intends to cater to an over-30 crowd, the owners said.
The owners of the 77-year-old dive bar reached an agreement with their landlords Tuesday.
Veteran dive bar Subway Inn will stay open until a judge decides on a new closing date.
The dive bar across the street from Bloomingdale's is under threat of closure on Aug. 20.
Owners of the 13-year-old dive bar, closing on July 31, said they are looking for a new location.
The longtime neighborhood watering hole is closing its doors next month, a bartender said.
After a 23-year run Downtown, the famous dive bar is moving to Williamsburg.
Jackie's Fifth Amendment, the bar that wanted to "secede" from Park Slope, is bowing to changing times.
A bartender at Jackie's Fifth Amendment says locals are too "disdainful" of the no-frills bar.
P&G, the Upper West Side watering hole once known for its neon sign, closed its doors permanently on Wednesday night.
The owner of the recently shuttered Mars Bar is reportedly looking at opening a new spot.
The dependably-divey saloon was busy being cleared out Friday after being shuttered by the Health Department.
After the former dive at 25 E. 1st St. is torn down, former tenants reportedly can buy apartments in the new building for $10.
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