Brought to U by James Morrissey of Black Rose Hospitality, and partner David Sitt of Thor Equities, the colorful space aims to transport U to the original Woodstock Festival in 1969. From original Salvador Dali pieces to a purple custom-felted pool table and starburst clocks, this place recreates the 1960s both in its decor and its menu.
The cocktails will set you back just $10, and increase to $15 or $20 if you want a craft flavor or a rare spirit. They also serve pizzas for just $15 a pop. Helmed by Executive Chef Nino Coniglio – owner of Williamsburg Pizza – the menu revolves around Neapolitan thin-crust pizzas, all named after the influential women from the Woodstock era. Highlights include the Jackie, a spicy pizza topped with pepperoncini peppers and hot honey, and the Twiggy, featuring semi-dried cherry tomatoes, artichoke, and meatless fig salami.
Beverage Director D’Arel Miller (ex Soho House) is in charge of the cocktails, served creatively in lightbulbs and tiki fish bowls. Signature cocktails include Lucy in the Sky (Bacardi, strawberry lime and agave) or the Yellow Submarine (Tanqueray, Martini & Rossi Dry Vermouth, Suze and peach bitters).
During the day, Woodstock operates as a café, serving La Colombe coffee.
Tasty cocktails and pizzas that won't break the bank
Neapolitan thin-crust pizzas
1960s themed cocktails