Bars in New York City

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Pubs, sports bars, wine and cocktail bars, jazz clubs, nightclubs, rooftop bars, and comedy clubs, you name it: NYC nightlife is as electric as it is... Read More

Pubs, sports bars, wine and cocktail bars, jazz clubs, nightclubs, rooftop bars, and comedy clubs, you name it: NYC nightlife is as electric as it is eclectic.

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  • Dead Rabbit

    Though it sits in the heart of the Financial District, the Dead Rabbit couldn't be farther from your average happy-hour hangout. The award-winning... Read More

  • Dear Irving

    From the team behind Raines Law Room comes Dear Irving, an unmarked cocktail parlor with a time-traveling theme in Gramercy Park. Start in the... Read More

  • Death & Co.

    Inspired by the 1920s speakeasy motif, this New York bar is sequestered behind a large, wooden door and features a sophisticated cocktail menu. With... Read More

  • Employees Only

    Let this West Village cocktail haven take you back to the '20s with specialty drinks created to impress. Their take on the classic Manhattan (which... Read More

  • McSorley's Old Ale House

    If you’re looking to grab a few beers in a historic location, McSorely’s is your spot. The Irish tavern is credited as being one of the oldest in the... Read More

  • Mr. Fong's

    Mr. Fong’s—named in honor of the real estate agent who helped the owners find the space—has quickly become a Lower Manhattan hotspot. And it’s no wonder... Read More

  • PDT

    Though this East Village bar’s name (short for Please Don't Tell) reflects its speakeasy vibe, it's far from secret. In fact, PDT, which was opened by... Read More

  • Pouring Ribbons

    Set on an unremarkable stretch of Avenue B, this East Village bar has no gimmick: no secret entryway, no password, no noir-ish decor. Just really,... Read More

  • Seamstress

    Several cocktail heavy-hitters were behind the opening of this bar and restaurant on the Upper East Side, including bartender extraordinaire Pamela... Read More

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