Julius' made the list of one of the oldest bars in Manhattan. According to Thrilist.com, Opened: 1840 First holding court as a grocery store in 1840, then as a bar in 1864, today it’s one of the city’s oldest gay bars.
Julius is the underrated Gay-Bar-Gem (GBG) of the West Village. While the crowds are flocking to wait in line at Stonewall on a Saturday night, you can find me sitting comfortably at the bar at Julius' having a beer and cheeseburger and watching Revenge of the Body Snatchers.3.5/5(98).
Julius' is a tavern in Manhattan's Greenwich Village neighborhood in New York City, located at 159 West 10th Street at Waverly Place.It is often called the oldest continuously operating gay bar in New York City. Its management, however, was actively unwilling to operate as Coordinates: 40°44′4″N 74°0′5″W / 40.73444°N .