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
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
Beer and friends! Neighborhood crowd fills communal wooden benches on game days and off days. Fireplace makes it a cozy winter haunt. Tap’s entreaties include the world’s greatest: Deli... read more
Majestic Deco pawn shop reborn as uptown branch of Martignetti brothers’ Nolita crowd-pleaser. Prep-friendly joint serves gastropub fare with local roots. Classic look carries over from downt... read more
Craft brews, ambitious menu shake the Bleecker bar rut. Atmo comes courtesy of raw stone walls and dark wood bar. Craft brews are the order of the day, including Brooklyn Sorachi Ace and their own ... read more
There's something poetic about opening a roadhouse-style bar in Park Slope, as if it's a statement against the neighborhood's sometimes overwhelming perfectness. But John Bush, David Massoni, and D... read more
Brickyard Gastropub team opens up across from Williamsburg Park, puts emphasis on craft beers. Pre-Prohibition mahogany bar from previous owners is still here, joined by requisite chalkboard, subwa... 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
Couple from Liverpool open neighborhood bar named for the pub where they met. Dimly lit space kitted out with old maps, deer heads, overall nautical theme. Bona fide Brit bar snacks include pies fr... 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
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
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
Wilfie & Nell peeps alight on the Bowery. Spin-off spot with slightly expanded menu, similar focus on quality atmosphere. Two floors of rustic charm, kitted out with warm wood, flattering light... read more
Lifts name from legendary Bowery bar once plunked down at the old Boston Post Road mile marker. All that is long gone, of course, but remembered here in vintage black and whites on the walls. Press... read more
Spotted Pig alum Nate Smith’s new spot reimagines the English gastropub as a farm-fresh American tavern. Tudor-style wood beams set a rustic scene, with the changing seasonal menu writ larg... read more
Restaurant and lounge inspired by early 20th-century music recordin...
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Michael White of Ai Fiori et al does an Italian steakhouse south of...
South Brooklyn Pizza peeps wrap a stealth Italian spot around their...