7B / Vazac's Horseshoe

108 Avenue B
New York, NY
B&W, 4 per strip, $3.00
Photos: January 24, 2004
Last visit: January 24, 2004


The booth in this bar, which best known as a location used in "Crocodile Dundee" ("This is a knife"), "Scarface," and "The Color of Money," is all the way in the back, under the stairs that lead nowhere. It features the twelve-light display showing how many quarters have been inserted, and since the machine only takes dollar bills, it clunks up four lights at a time. The bar isn't far from Opaline, but the booth doesn't seem to be run by the same syndicate that runs Opaline's, Otto's, and Lakeside's booths.

UPDATE 4/19/07: According to this photo on Flickr this booth is gone, replaced by a talking digital photobooth.

Contributed by Brian