Rudy’s Bar is one of the oldest dive bars in New York City history, and one of the first bars to get a liquor license when prohibition ended in 1933. Located in Hell’s Kitchen, its history goes back to 1919, when the space was used as a speakeasy. Today, drafts and well drinks are as low as $3, and that’s not even happy hour prices. Pitchers are really affordable too. On top of that, you get a free hot dog with the purchase of a drink.
627 9th Ave., between W. 44th & W. 45th