Loosely inspired by turn-of-the-century British actress, legendary beauty, and royal mistress Lillie Langtry. Fine tall-ceilinged room brighter than you might expect; impressive wooden bar and othe... read more
This friendly neighborhood bar is great for groups looking to chill with beers in hand. The wood burning stove may bring you back in time, but their beer selection is as modern as it gets. Converse... read more
It's welcome to the neighborhood for this throwback LES speakeasy. New occupant of the gutted bowels of former Lotus Lounge. Painted credo outside which reads "home to lively debate and raucuous re... read more
Former Night Cafe reincarnated as Dive Bar branch. Like its cousins, knows how to keep the peoples happy. Two dozen beers on tap, hit up some of that Sixpoint Sweet Action. Breakfast available any ... read more
Typical sports bar decorated with TVs, leather booths, and wooden bar stools. One can often find a college party crowd here for some sports, some booze, and a signature stuffed burger, that might h... read more
Lads from Dublin name gastropub after their grandparents. Aw. Homey touch evident in menu, which leans on taphouse faves. Corned beef and Gruyère is a big winner, as is hard-boiled egg wrapp... read more
The EV gets old boy. Scottish pub parlor warmed by actual fireplace. Ten brews on tap. Scotch, natch. Salvaged planked ceiling, church windows, clubby vibe. Make your own cameraphone porn in beaded... read more
Evolution of the nabe reaches the sports bar stage. Guy's guy spot plenty comfortable, with long mahogany bar, high-def plasma TVs, and cozy fireplace. Brothers Mulholland know the way their client... read more
Teen-street crowd pleaser succeeds with modern/classic atmosphere. Plywood sconces splash recessed light on ancient exposed bricks. Dual bars, kitchen and booze, in succession. Crimson tin ceiling ... read more
More than a century behind the original in terms of history, but provides a reasonable facsimile for westsiders all the same. Brings in a pre-Lincoln Center contingent, tourists, a few locals here ... read more
All the preppy coeds on the block pack in to this rowdy college bar that would make National Lampoon proud indeed. '90s crowd-pleasers on the dance floor keep the more-than-tipsy patrons shakin' th... read more
Kind of a Greenpoint answer to Shoolbred's, complete with working fireplace. Seriously old-school build-out puts ancient wood beneath your feet, warm red ceiling overhead. Saloon effects right down... read more
Cheap happy hour drinks pack in the NYU students. If you're into all that woo-hooing, get there. If not, steer clear, this is a spot for chugging them down while the good times roll. The entire bar... read more
First gastropub in the Slope makes for comfy neighborhood addition. Exposed brick, filament bulbs keep things warm, laidback staff keeps it chill. Rembrandt reproduction up front for a little old-w... read more
Relocated to Bleecker and didn't miss a beat, except for that whole coffee-only drag at the beginning. Big board now listing 28 drafts from homey to exotic, plus many more in bottles (on top of the... read more
Leafy Brooklyn Heights corner feels like Cape Cod. Quaint tavern could pass for a neighborhood spot in a far more low-key town. Kitchen aspires to gastropub levels, serves up solid burgers, steaks,... read more
Avenue C stalwart, cut from Corner Bistro and Burger Joint cloth. Unpretentious, keeps one eye on its taps and the other square on the burgers. Vincent and Jules could happily patter on for hours a... 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
Welcoming beer hall hidden away beneath dark staircase. Warm warren of rooms, with antlers and worn wood for country inn effect. Serious about its beer, trots out rotating array of a dozen or so ta... read more
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