SantaCon 2014 NYC: List Of Bars Allowing Santa Claus & Elf Costumes in Spite Of Controversy

It’s almost that time of year again when people head to bars while dressed as Santa Claus and elves. But, in New York City many establishments have refused to participate in the annual SantaCon on Saturday.

“SantaCon has respect and compassion for the hard-working municipal organizations of NYC, as well as for the important civil rights demonstrations currently shaping our city’s future,” the organization wrote on its website. “Thus, we are changing the format of this year’s SantaCon.”

The organization also asked participators to be on their best behavior this year in order to make sure that the charitable event isn’t cancelled next year. It also created the hashtag #dontscroogesantacon to also get the message across.

Here are the New York locations allowing those in festive outfits to enter starting at 10 a.m. (via Gothamist).

230 Fifth Ave Rooftop & Lounge (230 5th Ave, St)
Joshua Tree (513 3rd Ave)
Pioneer's Bar (138 W 29th St)
Nelly Spillane's (18 E 33rd St)
Rattle n Hum (14 E 33rd St)
Maru Karaoke Lounge (11 W 32nd St)
Mustang Sally's (324 7th Ave)
Foley’s (18 W 33rd St)
Jack Dempsey's (36 W 33rd St)
Mustang Harry’s (352 7th Ave)
Rick's Cabaret (50 W 33rd St)
Slattery's (8 W 36th St)
American Whiskey (247 W 30th St)
Slake (251 W 30th St)
Red Room (251 W 30th St)
Playwright Irish Pub (27 W 35th St)
Galway Pub (7 E 36th St)
The Liberty (29 W 35th St)
Feile (131 W 33rd St)
Suite 36 (16 W 36th St)
Stout (133 W 33rd St)
Blarney Rock (137 W 33rd St)
The Thirsty Fan (254 W 31st St)
Tempest (407 8th Ave)
The Keg Room (53 W 36th St)
Reichenbach Beer Hall (5 W 37th St)
Butterfield 8 (5 E 38th St)
The Australian (20 W 38th St)
Lucys (1 Penn Plaza)
Vivid Cabaret (61 W 37th St)
Beer Authority (615 8th Ave)

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