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The Windsor

The Windsor

T ucked away in the West Village, the space is small but lively with the option to watch TV sports as well as enjoy great food and cocktails for lunch, late night or happy hour. Upscale comfort foods plus tasty brews and spirits make it... Read More

Webster Hall

Webster Hall

Said to be one of the oldest nightclubs in the country (est 1886), Webster has been through as much transformation as the East Village itself. The crowd is skewed toward the younger demographic (although you must be at least 19 to enter)... Read More

Union Hall

Union Hall

With a schedule of live music, food, and two indoor bocce (a game related to boules) ball courts, this 465m2 bar has plenty to offer their patrons in Park Slope. The décor is that of an old gentleman’s club with stacked bookshelves,... Read More

Terroir Tribeca

Terroir Tribeca

The second and larger location of this wine geek’s paradise. The drinks list comes in a three-ring binder, bursting with hand-picked options, some classic and some eclectic. The bartenders and sommeliers are fully equipped to... Read More

Sputyen Duyvil

Sputyen Duyvil

The go-to place for Belgian beers. Test new microbrew imports and mingle with fellow beer geeks enjoying 140 bottles and brews. It’s also the perfect summer venue with a garden and patio, open year-round. Read More

Pouring Ribbons

Pouring Ribbons

Retro-cool and unpretentious, this cocktail establishment was started by some of the best bartenders in the city. Choose your drink through their menu matrix, which pegs each concoction on a scale from “spirituous and adventurous” to... Read More

Output Club

Output Club

If you’re in the mood for a dance club but would rather not compete with the crowds in Manhattan, head for this Williamsburg hotspot for an off-the-beaten track club experience. With great DJs, plenty of space to move (and breathe)... Read More

Montmartre

Montmartre

The new brasserie in Chelsea boasts a French-American bistro menu, with cocktails and wines to boot. A perch up at the seven-seat bar is ideal for some of the best drinks the city has to offer, but turn up early to avoid the raucous... Read More

Marquee

Marquee

A trance and house-music superclub. LED screens and a giant lightbulb disco ball are part of the package that make this the ideal spot for beatheads and party people. The wallpaper was even designed by Mike D of the Beastie Boys. Get... Read More

Little Branch

Little Branch

A subterranean and calm cocktail dive with live jazz music a few nights a week. The bartenders are the best of the best: name any liquor and they will have a book’s worth of cocktails tailored to your taste. Sit at the bar for easy... Read More

Jimmy's No 43

Jimmy's No 43

A basement homestead for New York’s craft beer scene. Owner Jimmy Carbone supports local brews, and both new and obscure German, Belgian and Brooklyn brews. The food menu boasts excellent fare to go along with your beer... Read More

Hotel Chantelle

Hotel Chantelle

The name is deceiving, it is not a hotel but a three-level space with bars and dance floors, topped off with a garden rooftop patio with a glass ceiling. Try the Sarth Sangria, a rosé sangria with fresh fruit and Pyrat rum. There’s... Read More

Gallow Green

Gallow Green

A brand-new rooftop bar above the McKittrick Hotel. Its view of the Hudson and New Jersey across the river is stunning, particularly at sunset or by night. The menu consists of a few different drinks and the punches, which are served... Read More

Employees Only

Employees Only

A quirky joint that’s dressed up to look and feel like a luxe railroad car. Try the Hemingway Daquiri or any of their classic throwback spirits and libations. As an added bonus, a late-night food menu is served until 3.30am. Read More

Death and Company

Death and Company

An upscale lounge hidden behind a nondescript entrance in the East Village. Head here for one of the best martinis and old-fashioned cocktails in the city. The décor and name are a nod to post-Prohibition joyfulness, and its rare aged... Read More

Cielo

Cielo

This notoriously exclusive institution with deep-house music and a regular roster of famous DJs has an enormous reputation – possibly even deserved. It is world class and certainly a nightlife experience to cherish – if you can find... Read More

Brass Monkey

Brass Monkey

Three levels including a small garden rooftop space give this bar a friendly atmosphere to enjoy any time of the week. There are no less than 75 draft and bottled beers, as well as decent meals and bar snacks. Skip over to the coveted... Read More

Bom Boom Room/Le Bain Rooftop

Bom Boom Room/Le Bain Rooftop

If you are up for classy drinks with stunning views of both the Empire State Building and the Freedom Tower, pick one of these two hotspots. Boom Boom is an upscale, beautiful space with enormous windows. Le Bain is much more the party... Read More

La Birreria at Eataly

La Birreria at Eataly

Another Mario Batali venture, this time on a rooftop above the successful Italian food hall and market, Eataly. Find the elevator and make your way up to the 14th floor to be rewarded with great beers and a view of Madison Square Park.... Read More


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