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A Will Ferrell–Themed Bar Is Opening in New York City
Written by Meredith Carey

October 15, 2015

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Surprisingly, there is very little scotchy scotch scotch on the menu.

Stay Classy New York, a poorly punctuated Will Ferrell–themed bar, has arrived in Manhattan’s Lower East Side, giving Ron Burgundy fans a place to say, “I don’t know how to put this but I’m kind of a big deal,” without the eye rolls that come with one-liners. The walls of the bar feature custom painting and sculpture tributes to Will Ferrell characters, from outrageous fashion mogul Mugatu ofZoolander to NASCAR racer Ricky Bobby from Talladega Nights. The brainchild of entrepreneurs and best friends Zach Neil and Brian Link, Stay Classy New York also hopes to offer movie nights in the near future.

“This bar is kind of like the place where a 35- or 40-year-old person could come and sit and not be intimidated by loud techno music but still be surrounded by things that are funny and ridiculous and kinda get it,” Neil told PIX11. “That’s what Will Ferrell has always meant to us.”

The theme doesn’t stop at the walls. The entire cocktail list is inspired by Ferrell’s movie characters and their respective inside jokes. Our favorites include:

  • Did We Just Become Best Friends?, two shots that you can share with your best friend, date, or stepbrother.
  • Glass Case of Emotion, made of muddled rosemary and peach, whiskey, lemon juice, simple syrup.
  • We’re Going Streaking, said to be “adult Kool-Aid” with Absolut mandarin, peach schnapps, triple sec, and a slew of fruit juices.
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The bar is currently in previews and will officially open on October 25 with an Anchorman-themed Halloween party. Head back around the holidays for an Elf-themed Christmas party. Here’s to hoping there’s an alternative to spaghetti with chocolate syrup.


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Bar Review: Bleecker Heights Tavern

Bleecker Heights Tavern in NYC is a cool spot. You have to enter a Five Guy burger joint to enter the bar. You walk to the back of Five Guys and there are stairs that lead to the upstairs bar, like a modern day speak easy. Having a Five Guys right below a bar comes in handy at 1am and it is food time, NOM NOM NOM!

I do however have some issues with this place. Prices are a little high, unless you get the happy hour beer ($3 bud lights). I was also there during the last Yankee game and the place was packed which definitely made that place worse, you know what I mean BRO! That last line was showing you the type of person that occupied that bar area for that night. 


If you go there on a regular night, without a major sporting event I am sure this place is much better. Bartender was nice and hooked use up with some Jameson shots. They offer buy-backs as well, so there is potential for Bleecker Heights Tavern. Worth a checking out.