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All about early Hüsker Dü and the intricacies of Iran-Contra. Well, no, '80s themepark concentrates on the most accessible parts of everybody's favorite throwback decade. Floor after fl... read more
Hearth and Insieme peeps land a third jewel for their wine bar crown. Similar vibe to downtown spots, combining under-control prices and top bites. Menu sounds an "old-school salute" to fried scall... read more
Music and passion remain the fashion, even some seventy years later. Fourth incarnation of legendary club caters to grown-up Latino scene. Dress code ensures elegant standard, as befits place assoc... read more
It's not often a roof lounge is touted as "neo-gothic," but Upstairs at the Kimberly Hotel enters the sky-high-partying arena flaunting a deliciously shadowy, slightly Mitteleuropa aesthetic. ... read more
Pull up a bar stool, grab a pint, and feel like a laid back Irishman after a long day of work. Background top 40s hits and occasional live bands keep the place bumping during happy hours and busy w... read more
Beer garden extension outside Eventi Hotel. Food court setup, buy tickets just like at an arcade, trade 'em in for gourmet street bites. Top-tier vendors, Thai stylings from Harold Dieterle, lobste... read more
Thompson Hotels adds more high-altitude acreage to the portfolio. Midtown cousin to Above Allen and Above 60 presents similar mix of pretty people and swank surrounds. Views across to Time Warner, ... read more
Hilton Garden Inn lays in swank retreat XVI stories up. “Versailles in the Sky” gets decadent a la Louis the XVI, with château-chic armchairs, tripped-out candelabras groping towa... read more
Hotel bar dates back to the '20s, but look and feel is all of the moment. Minimalist sheen contrasted with ornate chandeliers. Bright red banquettes backed up against black and white pics. Mirr... read more
Suds haven in Kips Bay has way more brews than you can handle, not that you won't enjoy trying. Dark wood bar boasts 40 taps, two cask ales, a zillion bottles, and plenty of friendly options for no... read more
Circa 1931 Deco pile refurbishes its piano bar. Ward III crew takes over the Edison Hotel’s Rum House, strikes perfect balance between homage and update. Bar’s still as copper-topped as... read more
Gastropub puts some culinary ambition into backwater behind Port Authority. Tuna tartare and quail egg, mussels and black garlic, bone marrow and beets. Nabe butcher Esposito's provides the meats, ... read more
Bowling alley serves Veuve Clicquot, guy who runs the snack bar won the Meilleurs Ouvriers de France Diplome d'Honneur. Only in NYC! David Burke at the Stadium Grill cooks up prawn meatloaf and New... read more
Black oak and limestone make for grown-up feel at Langham house bar. Central location good for post-work windups, theater pre-gaming. Cozy vibe thanks to real live fireplace. Cush couches and club ... read more
Legendary Royalton lobby bar relaunched with cocktail dream team. Florida Room, Painkiller, and the Varnish on the résumés, classic hotel bar tipples on the tariff. Belly up to the ce... read more
Tao crew crosses the street, bets bank that Vegas brand can make it here. Restaurant slash nightclub, with Pastis-esque trimmings upstairs, Pink Elephant on steroids below. Big, tiered club space... read more
Fairfield Inn and Marriott reach for the sky, drop swank lounge thirty-three floors above Times Square. Streets below referenced in LED lights above, but 360 views more likely to draw your attentio... read more
Luxe sipping on Lex. Court Hotel lounge drops the Wet, updates the furnishings. Intimate space built for necking, with crescent-shaped banquettes, leather chairs, fatty couches. Urban accents in ch... read more
Gansevoort peeps drop a second Plunge, this time twenty stories above Park Avenue. Indoor-outdoor pool and fireplaces, double-height lounge, scrumptious views of the Empire State Building. Stoke yo... read more
Cult yogawear chain complete with creepy manifesto ("children are t...
Harlem sprawler not embarrassed to name check the highway (9A) that...
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...