Some bars sound made-up because of how specialized they are - only serving natural wines from southwest Greece or amaro cocktails in handblown mason jars. Greenwich Treehouse, though, may not sound real due to how many different things they have going on. The second-floor space in the West Village has Star Wars paraphernalia on the walls, sports on TV, a room with a dancefloor, and a small lounge that looks like someone’s private library. If you want to find out if this place is, in fact, real - we recommend coming during Happy Hour, which they do everyday till 8pm.
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