GRAMERCY — Bull's Head Tavern, known for its cheap drinks and laid-back atmosphere, closed last week after nearly two decades in business, according to a sign posted on the bar's front door and its Facebook page.
The bar, located at 295 Third Ave., featured pool tables and dart boards, and patrons praised it for its wide selection of affordable beers and live concerts, according to Yelp reviews.
"After almost 19 years we regret to announce that we are closed for business," the bar posted on its Facebook page on April 21. "We thank you all for your many years of patronage and for allowing us to be a part of this amazing community that has been like family. It is truly the end of an era."
The tavern also offered daily happy hours with $3 draft beers and drew a wide range of clientele from businessmen to college students, according to online reviews.
The sign posted on the Bull's Head Tavern's door regarding the closure urged patrons to visit its sister bar, Taproom 307, across the street.
Bull's Head Tavern and Taproom 307 did not immediately return calls for comment.