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For a New Age atmosphere — with an Amit Greenberg mural and a flotation tank — go to Bathhouse in Williamsburg, which opened in November. Bathers on Boris weeks use a paper punch card; those who go on David weeks use a digitized swipe pass and can often find a Groupon deal. Regulars say the rooms are significantly hotter on Boris weeks. Brooklyn Banya and the Mermaid Spa , located in Kensington and Sea Gate, respectively, are filled with locals looking to get warm and catch up with friends — not so much for a lush afternoon at the spa.

Inside the Russian & Turkish Baths, the East Village's Best Worst-Kept Secret

Inside the 10th Street Russian & Turkish Baths - Thrillist

Subscriber Account active since. Step through the tenement door on 10th Street in Manhattan's East Village, and you'd be forgiven for thinking you'd walked through a time warp. The institution has survived wave after wave of tumultuous change in the city, it's grimy come-whoever spirit intact. More often, it has been a meeting place for the city's Russian and Jewish enclaves.

After 124 Years, the Russian and Turkish Baths Are Still a Hot Spot

David Abrams cooling off with ice water in a sauna at the Russian and Turkish Baths. By Annie Correal. It was cold out, and people crowded the saunas — young, slim and in skimpy bathing suits.
East Village bathhouse, over years old. Although it's not gay, the men-only times can be cruisey. Check the website before going as the hours change often.