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Oysters and cocktails at 1 Delancey. Named for Marcel Duchamp’s alter ego, rocks subtle 1920s styling. Corrugated glass walls, blue leather banquettes, artfully decayed bar backing. Five cock... read more
Little flea market that could injects some life into the post-Sandy Seaport. Beer garden, bites to match. Repurposed shipping container holds a full bar, with the Kelvin Slush Company hooking up Wh... read more
Sandy tried to leave some literal watermarks, but riverfront perch on Pier 15 comes through the deluge. Ginormous steel and glass spread lets you drink right next to the rigging of historic Seaport... read more
Restaurant and lounge inspired by early 20th-century music recording. Glass encasements by the bar house old phonographs, kitschy signage. Private lounge kitted out with leather sofas and an artful... read more
Hyatt Union Square lobby bar with a singular obsession. Specializes in single-malt scotches, single-vineyard wines. Impressive selection, with faves like Highland Park, Auchentoshen, and Glenlivet ... read more
Swank pool deck for that St. Tropez tan. Hotel guests get the run of the show until sunset, when the sand and cabanas become nightlife accessories. Chaise lounges inspired by the Cote D'Azur, keep ... read more
Brasserie Pushkin peeps take another stab at the city with glossy MePa triplex. Name and inspiration come from Manon Lescaut of operatic lore. Kitchen works up seasonal ingredients, adds internat... read more
Antebellum bunker deep below Bill's Burger, sib joint to 675 Bar. Plenty of nooks and crannies nestled around black support columns. Badass vaulted ceilings, distressed surfaces galore. Black leath... read more
What a Wylie Dufresne gastropub looks like. Wd-50's wizard of ahs gets all molecular gastronomy on a friendly neighborhood tavern. Pigs in a blanket are Chinese sausage stuffed into tubes of fried ... read more
Southside and GunBar peeps try their hand at cursed Chrystie location. Stylish revamp looks to Art Deco inspirations, although we don't remember any disco balls in The Great Gatsby. Amenities make ... read more
Groovy pop-up late night club in 4000 square foot residential loft on the third floor of 61 Gansevoort, happening every Friday and Saturday through May, 2013. Owner Matt Levine (Sons of Essex, Cock... read more
Milk & Honey reboots with its star bartenders kicking off a new regime. Sam Ross and Michael McIlroy drop the reservations policy, revamp for a less precious future. Still works the speakeasy a... read more
Jade Hotel keeps with the retro vibes at in-house tavern. Speakeasy trend won’t die here: antiques and fireplace recall old-school venues like ur-Village hang the Grapevine Tavern. Beatnik pi... read more
Groovy bar on the Bowery from three wise women. Red leather banquettes, glossy black marble bar, Deco floor tiles make the place pop. Classic cocktail menu spans liquors, with vermouth and bitters ... read more
Takes over too-hard-to-pronounce Gstaad space off Madison Square Park. Tall black beams hold up a spacious sports bar with plenty of TVs and a projector screen posted about. Goose Island IPA and Ir... read more
Tavern off Union Square doing fried chicken and craft beers. Cobblestone exterior guards a cozy hall of exposed-wood rafters, pew-style booths. Flannelled bartenders keeping it rustic. Alums from C... read more
Name sounds like a British pub, but actually describes joint's dual focus. Goes Rogue with burgers topped in peanut butter and bacon, cocktails like the Midnight Train to Georgia with bacon bitters... read more
Jason and Noah's joint defies gravitational laws of hotness. Packing 'em in since 2003, a decade’s experience celebrated with a head-to-toe revamp. Focus has evolved from bottle service to el... read more
Not a George Brett theme bar. Takes a more regal approach than the sweatpants-fest of NY sports bars of yore. Nightclub shades in the look, with smooth banquettes, modern lighting. Slabs of rustic ... 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...