Temple Bar

Temple Bar

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332 Lafayette St., New York, NY 10012, United States

This NoHo bar is known for its specialty cocktails and sleek design, which attract a crowd of young, urban professionals. Ideal for first dates, the space is outfitted with filtered lights, dark wood accents, and plush upholstered chairs. The cocktail menu features inventive concoctions such as the Black Crow, made with vodka, Kahlúa, and Vietnamese coffee, and the bar also offers an impressive selection of international vodkas, gins, and tequilas. In addition to the complimentary house popcorn, topped with strips of lightly fried beet and sweet potato, the bar serves an assortment of small plates like salt and pepper calamari.

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