Name comes from NYC’s oldest phone number, not a reference to any Flyer or Sixer bullshit. (MSG proximity ensures Ranger and Knick games figure prominently in the mix.) Massive wall and HD sc... read more
Despite the name, not a gay bar. British pub does traditional pints amidst Union Jack paraphernalia. Classic digs with farmhouse wallpaper, mahogany bar, tall ceilings and leather booths. Brit rock... read more
No, not the same place that did all that damage to Gothamist livers. Recycled name instead signals classic pub scene. Wood paneling, stained glass, stone walls recall Ireland, make the place feel l... read more
The minds behind Stone Street Tavern drop ambitious three-floor project on NoMad. Converted brownstone with chandeliers, dark oak and brass, private booths on the first two floors. Indoor menu... read more
Australians infiltrate K-Town, bring a taste of old-school New York. Retro décor adorns sprawling two-floor establishment. High ceilings make for Cloud Club, Rock Center vibes. Huge central ... read more
Rattle N Hum owner Joe Donagher opens three story “beer terminal” across the street from Port Authority. Small downstairs bar features growler station, larger upstairs room has enough s... read more
House of Brews crew drops forty taps on Times Square. Finance theme, with wooden replica of the NYSE façade staring back from behind long granite bar. Electronic ticker up top bypasses stock... read more
Loosely inspired by turn-of-the-century British actress, legendary beauty, and royal mistress Lillie Langtry. Fine room decked out in Victoriana. Solid Irish pub grub and wide selection of draft an... 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
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
Under the Volcano reborn as neighborhood stalwart. Slate-gray walls, elegant lighting, dark fixtures keep things classy. Sink back into the red banquette in front and check out the sidewalk through... read more
Despite S.E. Hinton-sounding name, more of a guy's guy place, as befits temple to American craft beer. Twenty or so brews ready to pour, plus two hand-pumped cask ales, all at prices friendly enoug... read more
One of very few (something like two) Scottish restaurants/pubs in New York, but it's a nice one. St. Andrews is all about polished wood, tartan, brass, and Scotch. An ocean of single malts of cours... read more
Chelsea Commons successor way off on the Tenth Avenue prairie. Spare, sizable room, kind of like Hell's Kitchen version of the Magician. Sweet amber lights, mahogany bar. Café menu starts at... read more
We'll admit the differences between any two Irish pubs are pretty much academic to us, but Moran's central midtown location keeps it on the posher side. Old-timey front in shades of sage and emeral... read more
Hops lover's heaven. Girls are outnumbered by the mostly male crowd, but with over 66 draughts and 130 bottles of international suds, thirsty singles still find plenty of great head. If you can't d... read more
Hello mother, hello father, greetings from the eastern shore of Manhattan! David Lynch meets ER meets Camp Hiawatha at this remote theme bar frequented by NYU Medical docs and aides. Oars, trophy b... read more
Murdoch empire's government in exile, go gloat a while. NY Post functionaries and journos huddle over pints. Watch Steve Dunleavy live it up while living up to his reputation (if you don't catch hi... read more
Four decade-plus survivor now imperiled by Port Authority encroachment. Enjoy it while you can. Zero pretense spot welcomes in classic Irish fashion. Walk quickly past hideous menu-toting leprechau... read more
Harlem sprawler not embarrassed to name check the highway (9A) that...
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Oysters and cocktails at 1 Delancey. Named for Marcel Duchamp&rsquo...