Horses And Divorces is a Williamsburg bar that looks sort of like it’s from the 1970s. It’s a long, dark room with vinyl booths and vintage stained glass light fixtures, and all the way in the back there’s a big portrait of a naked Burt Reynolds. There’s also a pool table, a jukebox, and decent list of draft beers. So bring a few friends for a relatively quiet drink, or stop by when you’re looking for a not-overcrowded place to kill a few hours on a Saturday night. Get a round at the bar, then just hang out in a corner and pretend you’re an extra in the movie Dazed and Confused.
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