141 Avenue A, NYC
HOURS: Open 7 days a week 12pm-4am since 1994
THE OG NYC HONKY TONK BORN IN THE 90's
THE SOLE SURVIVOR LAST ONE STANDING!!!
" I LOVE THIS BAR, & THIS WHISKEY GIRL!"
-TOBY KEITH at DOC HOLLIDAY'S 9/9/2015
SCHEDULE WEEK: September 14-20th
PM Christina & Taylor
PM Laura & Nicole
DOC HOLLIDAY'S REGULAR OF THE WEEK: NELLIE
1. Where did you grow up?
Greenwich Village, NYC
2. What's your 1st memory or experience with alcohol.
At the Copabana up on Park Ave and 60's. I was 17 and a senior in high school. My parents allowed me to go to my first club scene chaperoned with my older brother and his friends. Parents were strict. That's when I met my first boyfriend and had my first encounter with alcohol, a Harvey Wallbanger.
3. Describe your first time at Doc Holliday's?
My first time at Docs is 11/2011 exactly a week before Thanksgiving. Would arrive around 4 o'clock writing in my journal sitting by the jukebox where this one guy reading his newspaper, talking to himself and flailing his arms got me to inch my way every week towards the door. George introduced himself and the regulars sitting next to Chino and that's when I started to meet everyone.
4. Fav jukebox song at Doc Holliday's.
My favorite song is a difficult one but must say Hank Williams' Jambalaya or any song Ed DiGangi's band plays at a Doc Holliday's party.
5. What's your favorite Doc Holliday's story?
Gosh there's so many but I recall going to my first two Doc Holiday's Reunion party two years and had a blast Dirty Dancing with Gail Chapman.
6. Explain what you like most about Docs.
My favorite thing about Docs is meeting the people I've met and friends discovered. One person truly special and dear to me is Joseph Santiago who has been with me through all my surgical experiences as well as the many friends at Docs.
THE DRINK SPECIAL: THE MUDDER GIRL: Whatever the bartender wants to make me, or a shot of Bushmills with a side of club soda, when Sonny is the bar! $7