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Bed-Stuy/Clinton Hill gets in on the Barclays radius, albeit at the outer reaches. Neighborhood lounge works more for the locals than as a pre-gaming destination. Contemporary digs, with minimal bl... read more
Craft beers and neat cocktails in a (relatively) quiet Murray Hill space. Shmancy drinks not just for downtowners anymore. Interior is classy but no frills: brick walls, original-detail fireplace. ... read more
Side street sports bar across from City Hall. Five screens play the games du jour. Bar up front, tables in the back, exposed brick holding up the walls. Dress code follows proper theme, prefers col... read more
Neo-speakeasy hidden behind an “out of order” ATM. Look for the Murray Bar sign and the ¾ address, head upstairs for shrine to cold hard cash. (Okay, they do take plastic, but yo... read more
We never thought we'd be checking the "bar" and "health & beauty" boxes for the same venue, but here we go. This hip Bushwick spot that functions as a yoga studio, coffee shop, and cocktail lou... read more
Waterfront spot feels more like the Bahamas than Washington Heights. Plop your feet down on the sand right alongside the Hudson, enjoy sick views of the GW Bridge, unspoiled Palisades, and boat tra... read more
Johnny Swet’s cocktail menu highlights the offerings of the Roger’s swank lounge. Soft yellow lights and studded leather chairs set a modern, elegant tone. Chef Julie Farias of Goat Tow... read more
In celebration of the 15-year anniversary of Richard Sandoval's UES Maya restaurant, he opens this tequila bar and lounge next door, which flaunts a whopping one-hundred-plus agave bases spiri... read more
Restaurant/lounge takes over the old Nikki Beach space. Massive bi-level hall fits a full lounge, two bars, two DJ booths, and glass-encased wine cellar. Sweeping staircase, chandeliers, quilted le... read more
“8” as in Bungalow 8, although ostensibly Amy Sacco isn’t behind this reboot of her Chelsea legend (she really is). On the books, LDV Hospitality of Revel fame runs the show, take... read more
Sing your heart out at this Russian karaoke hot spot located in the uptown Dream Hotel. Jelsomino is the latest from the Ginza Project, those fabulous Russians who gave Gotham its most glamorous Ru... read more
Harlem Renaissance redux in a subterranean speakeasy. Red Rooster’s Marcus Samuelsson and Andrew Chapman evoke Uptown of the ‘30s with this leathery lounge, replete with low light, bist... read more
Within the gothic Night Hotel is this equally gothic restaurant and bar. Light bites and high quality cocktails make up the menu. Guests of the hotel and outsiders alike drop in at the bar fo... read more
Bordering on an Irish pub, Chelsea sports bar touts unfettered views with HDTVs surrounding the entire room. Upscale-yet-casual menu lists more than your typical bar food. Mussels frites, lobster m... read more
Not inspired by an action hero accountant, more like "super pretty," i.e. the crowds that Matt Abramcyk and Serge Becker routinely attract. Spanish accent carries over to the cooking, with an ex-JG... read more
Requisite throbbing nightclub inside gaytropolis The Out NYC. Nightlife legend John Blair reprises his late Chelsea spot, keeps to the extra-large scale. Six-figure lighting system, killer sound, e... read more
New York clone of André Saraiva's legendary Paris (and Tokyo) hot spot draws a moneyed, beautiful, and famous crowd, so expect to rub elbows with the world's best human beings—should y... read more
5 Ninth tops off its townhouse with a vintage lounge. Exposed brick looks every bit its 19th-century origins, complemented with nice mix of retro/modernist furnishings. Small bar by the front windo... read more
The nightlife experts at the Gerber Group have been tapped to sexify the former Underbar at the W New York - Union Square hotel, and the result is a sleek lounge that marries uptown class with down... 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...