MEATPACKING DISTRICT — New Yorkers who opted out of Dry January can opt into donating to the American Civil Liberties Union by drinking at an array of bars and restaurants in the Meatpacking District this month.
At least 15 eateries and watering holes, including Untitled at the Whitney Museum, are participating in a “Holiday Hangover” program coordinated by the local business improvement district.
Each restaurant or bar has chosen a specific beverage for the program, and $1 from purchases of those beverages will go to the legal organization.
The participating businesses include:
► Bagatelle, at 1 Little W. 12th St.
► Bill’s Burger & Bar, at 22 9th Ave.
► Brass Monkey, at 55 Little W. 12th St.
► Bubby’s, at 73 Gansevoort St.
► Dos Caminos, at 675 Hudson St.
► The Dream Hotel’s Lobby Lounge, at 355 W. 16th St.
► Foragers Table, at 300 W. 22nd St.
► Fig & Olive, at 420 W. 13th St.
► High Street on Hudson, at 637 Hudson St.
► Kola House, at 408 W. 15th St.
► Megu, at 355 W. 16th St.
► Sons & Daughters, at 85 10th Ave.
► Toro, at 85 10th Ave.
► Troy Liquor Bar, at 675 Hudson St.
► The Whitney Museum’s Untitled, at 99 Gansevoort St.
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