The Owl Farm Bar

Bartoonist checks out hip watering hole inside former Slope dive

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The Owl Farm Bar [297 Ninth St., between Fifth and Fourth Avenues in Park Slope, (718) 499–4988]. Open daily, 2 pm–4 am.

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Edward Farrell from Sunset Park says:
The Diet Coke @ The Owl Farm was of the utmost quality, the bartenders where total babes and I really dug the 90's rock bumping through the sound system. You see to me the nineties just ended about 2 1/2 years ago when I quit drinking alcohol and snorting cocaine. It has been a slow transition and part of me will always be stuck in the nineties.

For example:

I watch clips of 120 Minutes & Headbangers Ball all the time on you tube, and I like chicks to call me Krist Novoselic during lovemaking.. They can call me the the bass player from Nirvana too. Either works for me as I am not to picky and both make me feel like a rock star during the most intimate of moments.

Did you know the fact that I saw Nirvana live in 1994 on the In Utero tour has been the starting point of many conversations that eventually led to me getting laid ?

Of course you didn't and I never would have guessed that teenage angst would have actually payed off so well.
May 23, 2014, 5:41 pm

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