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
Serious drinks from Joaquin Simo and the fine folks at Alchemy Consulting. Heavy wood behind the bar, comfy orange barstools inside arch-windowed second story room. Drinks scaled two ways, refreshi... read more
The owners of this bar have found a way to keep NY'ers real loyal to it: by giving them something to own. At The Flatiron Room, you can polish off half a bottle of your favorite bourbon or rye, and... 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
By daylight, unassuming café, by night wind down the staircase for posh underground scene. Versatile space with room for DJs, lounging, and VIPs. Death & Co. peeps apply booze-forward ap... read more
Lobby bar for the Dream’s not-so-somnambulistic nightscape. Ground-floor sib to rooftop Ava is a nice-sized spot for cocktail slinging. Former Rm. Fifty5 accented in earth tones, from wood fl... read more
Masterminds behind Earl's Beer & Cheese open artisanal cocktail bar next door. High-brow complimentary bar snacks from Earl's kitchen—think dried strips of sirloin beef with cranberry and... read more
With successful setups in Paris and London, ECC back-paddles to the LES for third installment. Party like they did in La Belle Époque, almost: trio of Parisian owners have garnered impressiv... 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
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
The Upper East Side is the new Brooklyn? Fancy ice, OCD cocktailing come to the land of classic rock karaoke. Mature room matches brick and weathered wood with marble tabletops. Century-old bar pro... read more
Fire good. Momofuku puts the chemistry to cocktailing. Precision buzzes result. For the flames, it's red-hot pokers raised to surface-of-the-sun temps, then jammed into booze. Hindenberg blends c... 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
This cocktail spot's old-world appeal, dim lighting, and exposed brick, is enough to induce the sexiest of exchanges between Dick, Jane, and every cocktail-cradling patron. An ideal destination for... read more
Who says Park Slope is the city’s least-chic neighborhood? Posh cocktailing nabs a beachhead on Fifth. Dark wood and pub glass in front lead to refined room with a retro soundtrack. Petite, w... 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
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
NYC’s first bitters bar opens up new vistas of boozing pleasures. Liqueurs, amaros, and experiments from the Bittermens crew you're not going to find anywhere else. Vermouth on tap makes fo... read more
Kaufman Astoria Studios hosts supperclub scene that harks back to the days when Rudolph Valentino and Mary Pickford chilled here. Formerly private Paramount space amazingly well-preserved, rocking ... 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...