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Young crowd packs this Smith Street tiki bar where the scorpion bowl packs a punch. Grab a Jenga set to challenge your date, or grab a shot of rum and challenge yourself to chat up that hottie by t... read more
Pretty pub infiltrates the Burg's main artery. Chipped black interior as comfortable as a worn pair of Chucks. Exquisite neoclassical bar dispenses top single malts. Talisker, Cragganmore, Oban, Bo... read more
Gigantic warehouse originally a paint factory, still has an industrial charm. Jumbled décor: cowboy bar from an old booze house in Buffalo, bicycle hanging in the back, original brick walls ... read more
Classy wine bar where sophistos unite. Extensive list, heavy on the French and Cali vintages. Tasting flights start at $15, hit three vintages each. Small plates of fromage to accompany. Yuppies an... read more
Nothing snide about this Clem: earnest corner bar delivers it old school. No frills, which ain't a knock -- straight-up saloon can be a godsend in the modern 'Burg. Weathered-wood surrounds, pleasa... read more
Vintage crimson exterior sets tone for ramshackle ‘30s barroom. Mahogany bar stocks over a dozen brews, usual suspects like Brooklyn Lager, Stella, Guinness, and Leffe on tap. Bottles reach i... read more
Neighborhood bar where a few cold pints will do more to take the edge off that anger than a month of talk therapy. Bourbon Street-looking crimson exterior with iron mullions and black lanterns lead... read more
Named for Norse trickster god, but operates as straightforward locals' hang. Versatile joint has pub stylings up front, with long red oak bar and sport on the telly. Pool and darts towards the back... read more
Thirties-era bar reborn for a more modern Williamsburg scene. Still pretty divey, although you won't exactly be slumming it with up-to-date gay and indie crowd. Pool table in back, near pew-style s... read more
Neighborhood bar attracts a crowd that wants to chill out, not throw 'em back. No TV and manageable volume encourage intimate conversation. Rocking jukebox, billiards, and dartboard. Not so hipster... read more
Exactly what you think of when you imagine a grungy, run-down pub. Tinned walls, TV above the bar, sticky-looking tables. A favorite for locals in search of a chill place to watch the game and thro... read more
Members-only shtick is only half serious. Just like a real country club, however, at least as far as the golf course goes. Beyond the mini-links, the pickle juice shots, photo booth, and free Chees... read more
Quintessential Williamsburg bar/performance space/theater with mini-lake now quintessential Dumbo bar/performance space/theater with mini-lake. Rent-hike victim makes soft landing in ginormous, cen... read more
Kicking out Brooklyn’s finest brew since ’87. Yellow-brick warehouse gets you all hopped up with best tour this side of Hershey’s. Friday nights lure the disheveled and the yuppif... read more
Cozy corner bar might ooze the comforts of home -- cushy armchairs, pillow-strewn couches, ottomans -- but strollers (and any reminder of them) are not welcome here. Crowd mixes locals with those w... read more
Hells Kitchen's Bellevue Bar relocates metal mecca to Brooklyn. Décor's the same: skulls, horror-film posters, and taxidermy sharing wall space with bottles of cheap liquor. Red lighting has... read more
Classic dive bar interior with black and white checkered floor, soft red lighting. Loyal fans come for the brews, bands, and booths. Downstairs stage hosts the wannabe rock stars. Wii competitions,... read more
When you can't stand another crowded night in the ‘Burg. Oversized, out of the way space offers plenty of elbow room, with additional spillover on the chill back patio. Helps out short attent... read more
Artists flock to this bohemian bar, brightly furnished with blue sofas and retro metal chairs. The orange ceiling, white brick wall, and chopped spiral staircase add an art gallery aesthetic. Known... read more
Harlem sprawler not embarrassed to name check the highway (9A) that...
Cult yogawear chain complete with creepy manifesto ("children are t...
Sleek spinning studio became a mini-chain in a snap. Addictive clas...
Frenchish café chain has many, many outposts throughout NYC,...
Oysters and cocktails at 1 Delancey. Named for Marcel Duchamp&rsquo...