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Huckleberry Bar

Huckleberry Bar

Joining joints like Jimmy's #43 and Cantina, Huckleberry is one of those bars that offer amazing food made in equipment-challenged micro-kitchens.


The Forum, one of the few lounges in Union Square territory, brings peace during the weekdays and boisterous partying on the weekends. Saturdays, for example, require plus-sized bouncers to monitor the swarms of cocktail-craving, dancing citizens.
Company Bar

Company Bar

If the hockey jerseys lining the walls at Company Bar don't draw you in, the great food and unpretentious atmosphere surely will. Stop by any night of the week for a refreshing round of hot wings and cold drinks.

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  • Blue Smoke

    Blue Smoke

    116 E. 27th St. New York, NY 10016
    212-447-7733 While we were prepared to be disappointed on a grand scale at Blue Smoke, some of the food was quite good. Among the barbecue entrées, the ribs fare best. The St. Louis spare ribs are thickly coated with a spice rub, perfectly cooked, moist, and tasty. If you didn't expect a smoky flavor, the lack of it might not be bothersome. More delicate, the sauce-smeared baby back ribs hearken to Kansas City joints like Arthur Bryant's, with less success. The biggest bust is the Texas favorite-brisket, rendered oily and hyper-salty. On one of three occasions, it had a chemical-tasting flavor that reminded me of Liquid Smoke. The pulled pork butt fares better, though the barbecue sauce on the table is too lacking in vinegar to give it real Carolina flavor. Chicken, however, is the authentic product-the flesh alarmingly pink, the skin turned rubbery. More importantly, the bird manages to taste smoky. And I'm sure you'll be relieved to learn that the chicken is organic. Read more about this New York bar or club >>

  • Blue Zoo Lounge

    8402 Third Ave. Brooklyn, NY 11209

  • Boat Bar

    Boat Bar

    175 Smith St. Brooklyn, NY 11201

    The mini shuffle bowling alley here may be single-handedly responsible for crowded Friday and Saturday nights. Most of the people here dress/look the same (carefully dirty) and the barabare and decor-lessafeels pleasantly familiar. Read more about this New York bar or club >>

  • Bob Bar

    Bob Bar

    233 Eldridge St. New York, NY 10002
    212-529-1807 Shake your moneymaker with a bunch of sexy boyfriends and girlfriends at bOb, Lower East Sideas kickina hip hop club. The space is small, the dancing hot, and the crowd a refreshing mix of colors and types, so get ready to get down. The $5 coveras no biggie, but the moderately priced drinks can be weak. The place has zero ventilation, so itas actually blessing you canat smoke here anymore. Read more about this New York bar or club >>

  • Bogota Latin Bistro

    Bogota Latin Bistro

    141 5th Ave. Brooklyn, NY 11215
    718-230-3805 If feels like summer all the time at the Nuevo Latino boA(r)te Bogota, where the walls are painted vibrant shades of pink and the restaurant opens onto a sunny garden patio out back. The drink menu, available at the bar up front (and at the tables when business is slower), features a pan-Latin list of drinks that covers multiple countries in two pages: caipirinhas ($6), classic mojitos ($6), margaritas ($6) not made from a mixaand all appear to come in fruit flavors like mango and passion fruit for a few dollars more. Sangria here is more a mix of tropical fruit macerated in wine or sometimes a mixture of wine and cachaca. Read more about this New York bar or club >>

  • Bohemian Hall & Beer Garden

    Bohemian Hall & Beer Garden

    29-19 24th Ave. Long Island City, NY 11102
    718-274-4925 The premises of the Beer Garden at Bohemia Hall in Astoria are strictly old-worldaa narrow, wood-appointed barroom with signs in Czech; beer pulls squirting delicious imported brands like Staropramen and Crystal; and a handbill listing bar snacks of headcheese, goulash, and tripe soup. But the barroom empties out into a spacious walled garden, often jammed with a multi-ethnic and intergenerational crowd including babies, bikers, working stiffs, hipsters, and grandmas of every race undulating to Czech hip-hop. Bohemia, indeed! Read more about this New York bar or club >>

  • Bondurants

    303 East 85th St. New York, NY 10028

  • Bonnie Vee

    17 Stanton Street , 10002

  • Boogaloo

    168 Marcy Ave. Brooklyn, NY 11211

    You may need to hire a private detective to find the enigmatic and hidden Boogaloo Bar. The '60s-retro sci-fi-looking lounge seems more in step with the chic L.A. scene or a velvet-rope Manhattan clique than the dark and dirty underbelly of the J/M/Z tracks in Williamsburg. Inviting, yet too clinical to be comfortable, the all-white rooms are framed with rounded hobbit-hole archways and bar counters and tables accented by mysterious spot lighting; Alex and his droogies (see A Clockwork Orange) would fit right in among the unlikely sprinkling of hipsters and the slight air of seediness. DJs spin nightly. Read more about this New York bar or club >>

  • Booker and Dax

    207 2nd Ave. New York, NY 10003

  • Boots and Saddle

    Boots and Saddle

    76 Christopher St. New York, NY 10014
    212-929-9684 While it's unlikely you'll find an actual cowboy in this relaxed gay cruise hangout, it isn't unheard of to find someone who's interested in pretending to be oneaat least for the evening. Surprisingly, it's not actually a leather bar and the crowd is generally a mix of tourists and Village regulars. Read more about this New York bar or club >>

  • Bora Bora Lounge

    26-12 Hoyt Ave. S., 26/27th St. Long Island City, NY 11105

  • Boss Tweed's

    115 Essex St. New York, NY 10002
    212-475-9997 A pub with a healthy dose of zest, Boss Tweed's has a pool table wedged in the back and a rock-heavy jukebox. Those on a budget will lunge for the inexpensive drinks. Read more about this New York bar or club >>

  • Bossa Nova Civic Club

    1271 Myrtle Ave. Brooklyn, NY 11221

  • Bossa Nova Civic Club

    1271 Myrtle Ave. Brooklyn, NY 11221

  • Botanica


    47 E. Houston St. New York, NY 10012

    You want someplace cool but not forbidding, neither empty nor too crowded. Then you remember the old standby: Botanica. After a movie at the Angelika, you walk over to the subterranean saloon, a cavernous, low-key space that won't intimidate the doctor your misguided friends set you up with. Luckily, you don't have to make a doctor's salary to cover the tab here, and the comfy armchairs and love seats encourage intimacy; you get extra miles from your cleavage/booty (delete as appropriate) when you bend over to reach the low coffee table. When the doctor turns out to be not so bad after all, you suggest moving to the quiet back room (semi-deserted for canoodling). Who knew discussing gastroenterology could be so arousing? Sunday Soiree, a weekly show with comics from Comedy Central and Sirius in Botanicaas back room. Sun 7pm. Read more about this New York bar or club >>

  • Bottom's Up!

    34-16 Broadway Long Island City, NY 11106

    Would you take a flirty wink from a barmaid in place of a nice, strong drink or good company? Thatas the biggest choice youall make at Bottomas Up, besides whether to play "Sympathy for the Devil"aoff the rock-loaded jukeboxawhile you contemplate going somewhere else. Read more about this New York bar or club >>

  • Boulevard Tavern

    579 Meeker Ave. Brooklyn, NY 11222

  • Bourbon Street

    Bourbon Street

    405 Amsterdam Ave. New York, NY 10024
    212-721-1332 A bar to get your drink on and watch sports, donat slide into Bourbon Street expecting Dixieland and zydeco. Instead, accept the bar for what it is, guzzle your shitty job away during happy hour, devour atomic wings when theyare on special, and yell your brains out when somebody scores a touchdown. Read more about this New York bar or club >>

  • Bourbon Street Cafe

    40-12 Bell Blvd. Flushing, NY 11361
    718-224-2200 Crowded with fun-loving thirtysomethings, Bourbon Street cafA(c) serves up Cajun-inspired dishes daily, while the bar hops with people watching the game and enjoying $3.50 pints (game day Mondays only). Tuesdays, ladies drink free from 10 to 2, and Wednesdays and Sundays an acoustic band plays much-loved cover tunes. The bar staff is nice and friendly (just donat pester them for beads). Read more about this New York bar or club >>

  • The Bourgeois Pig

    The Bourgeois Pig

    111 E. 7th St. New York, NY 10009
    212-475-2246 The original location of The Bourgeois Pig became so popular it soon outgrew its tiny boudoir-like space. Its latest, much larger incarnation across the street shares the same velvety atmosphere that made the first one such a popular spot for dates. Blood-red lighting, damask wallpaper, marble-topped tables and plush Victorian furniture all set the mood for love, just as long as the host can actually find a seat for you. The wine list, with bottles ranging from $32 to more than $100, focuses mainly on reds, whites and sparkling wines from France. Wine cocktails, sangria, champagne punch and beer cocktails are all treated with care, which is no surprise seeing as the bar is owned by Ravi DeRossi, who also runs the cocktail Mecca known as Death & Co. There is also an assortment of upscale snacks; charcuterie, bruschetta, cheese boards, sweets and, for the especially romantically inclined, a variety of fondue plates. Read more about this New York bar or club >>

  • Bowery Ballroom

    Bowery Ballroom

    6 Delancey St. New York, NY 10002
    212-533-2111 The Bowery Ballroom is generally regarded as the city's best music venue. It has three floors, three bars, an intimate 550-person capacity, balconies for the mosh-pit-adverse, and status as the most popular destination for rising indie-rockers. It's also the place where "special guests" (such as David Byrne!) drop by, and more established acts (such as Nine Inch Nails!) treat their fans to "secret" shows. While the Ballroom now has a Brooklyn clone (the Music Hall of Williamsburg) with sleeker finishes, swankier bars, and better couches, the original club's homey charm is something that can't be replicated. Read more about this New York bar or club >>

  • Bowery Electric

    Bowery Electric

    327 Bowery New York, NY 10003
    212-228-0228 Located just down the block from the legendary, defunct CBGBs, the Bowery Electric is a rock-centric, workhorse music venue with a robust concert calendar on the lower tip of the East Village. The bar plays at its famous ex-neighbor's punky dive-vibe, but the flat-screen above the bar which broadcasts the stage proves that the era of the haggard, DIY space has come to an end (at least in Manhattan). While it's not the hippest downtown venue, you will probably go see a friend's band play there at some point, and the downstairs main stage is surprisingly spacious and has great sound. The Bowery Electric succeeds in maintaining a healthy variety of musical acts on the block. The crowd varies quite a bit depending on who is performing, but the venue usually gets full. The drink options aren't particularly interesting (or cheap), but the staff is friendly and keep cool even when things get hectic. There's generally no cover for the ground-level bar, which features a nightly mix of singer-songwriters or DJs in the "Map Room." At most, 30 people can cram into the back room's microscopic area, but the stage points out to the main bar so the drinking crowd can enjoy the tunes from a distance. Read more about this New York bar or club >>

  • Bowery Wine Company

    Bowery Wine Company

    13 E. 1st St. New York, NY 10003
    212-614-0800 It takes its name from the Bowery, but there is nothing gritty or edgy about this place. Why, it's positively tourist-friendly, with its high ceilings, smooth lacquered surfaces and tall comfy leather booths; it's even partly owned by Bruce Willis. Only black-and-white photos of the Bowery in the early 20th Century give a clue to the area's past, that's if you can peel your eyes away from the flat-screen TV. Every one of its 20 or so wines are available by the glass. The three house wines are a nice affordable option, although everything is reasonably priced. Expect a selection of unique, international wines including some great sparkling varieties, many available in tasting flights of three. The menu is packed with crowd pleasers such as thin-crust pizzas, pastas like fettucine alfredo and penne ala vodka, Panini, meatballs and more. Get a little live music with your wine when musicians come in to play jazz every Tuesday and Wednesday at 7pm.—Keith Wagstaff Read more about this New York bar or club >>

  • The Box

    The Box

    189 Chrystie St. New York, NY 10002
    212-982-9301 Fashioned from a renovated 1930's sign factory, the Box is like one of those fabled, flapper-cluttered Gatsby parties--with the addition of burlesque dancers, circus oddities, and other strange folks you might find on Ripley's Believe It or Not. The old-timey, Prohibition-era decor--crystal chandeliers, an abandoned merry-go-round horse, the sepia color scheme--make the place appear as though it were plucked from your crazy great great aunt's photo album. But unlike Gatsby's parties, you can't just show up. Get a reservation or buddy up with the bouncer. Read more about this New York bar or club >>

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