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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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  • Copper Room

    55 Little W. 12th St. New York, NY 10004

  • Coppersmith


    739 9th Ave. New York, NY 10019
    212-957-2994 There are a lot of sports bars in Hell's Kitchen, but Coppersmiths is perhaps the most . . . sports bar-ish. It's a sizable place, with a sizable clientele perpetually on hand to pump the tap's supply of $3 Bud. Within its brick-exposed, sports-jersey-flaunting insides, there's enough elbow room for proper hot-wing chow-downs, enough lighting for efficient mate-scouting, and enough TVs to watch The Big Game from every conceivable direction. Because sometimes, enough is exactly what you need. Read more about this New York bar or club >>

  • Corner Bistro

    Corner Bistro

    331 W. Fourth St. New York, NY 10014
    212-242-9502 Slide into Corner Bistro for a $3 mug of beer and a slick, juicy house hamburger with all the fixings. But get here earlyathis old-timey institution is packed tighter than a hog pen once the after-work crowd starts sniffing the beef. Your best bet is to snag a bar stool and get in good with the bartender, who will keep you loaded with cold ones. Read more about this New York bar or club >>

  • Cotton

    105 W. 27th St. New York, NY 10001

    Unwound bolts of white, drapey fabric (cotton, we presume) valance like birthday streamers off the ceiling of this new, narrow Chelsea club. Without a solid lineup of DJs or performers, itas hard to tell if Cotton will carve a niche of its own. Regardless, this place is classic enough in its navy-blue-and-white sailor-suit decor that itall surely soak up a bit of the Gramercy and Chelsea late-night crowd who are oh-so-sick of Avalon. Read more about this New York bar or club >>

  • Cotton Club

    Cotton Club

    666 W. 125th St. New York, NY 10027
    212-663-7980 Looking for a little live gospel with your brunch? How about jazz to complement that soul food buffet? When this Harlem staple opened in the 1920s, it brought in heavy-hitters right away, cycling Bing Crosby and Irving Berlin on the guest roster. Duke Ellington and Ethel Waters also graced the stage regularly. Today, it's still a terrific place to hear some of the best jazz masters in town. Read more about this New York bar or club >>

  • Court One

    251 W. 30th St. New York, NY 10001

  • The Courtyard Bar

    40-18 Queens Blvd. Sunnyside, NY 11104

    For some raucous fun, head to the Courtyard, where young Irish expats drink Amstel Lights while hanging out along the long bar. The pub also features a heated beer garden, where it's been said to feel like the tropics. Read more about this New York bar or club >>

  • Covenhoven Beer Bar

    720 Classon Ave. Brooklyn, NY 11238

  • Covo Lounge

    701 W. 135th St. New York, NY 10031

  • Cowgirl Hall of Fame

    Cowgirl Hall of Fame

    519 Hudson St. New York, NY 10014
    212-633-1133 For more than two decades, Cowgirl has been a favorite for parents and students who go to the several elementary schools in the immediate neighborhood, but the kitschy, Old West theme of the restaurant is appealing to stoners and comfort-food aficionados. The nachos are profuse, the chicken-fried-steak excellent, the enchiladas smothered in cheese, and the margaritas--frozen or not, served in a Mason jar--are strong as hell. While the prices may seem a bit high (with entrees topping out at around $20), the portion size is so humongous, you won"t need any appetizers. Lots of interesting Western lore is embedded in the walls. Read more about this New York bar or club >>

  • Coyote Ugly

    Coyote Ugly

    153 1st Ave. New York, NY 10009
    212-477-4431 Coyote Ugly advertises its not-quite-believable Southernness with impudent cowgirl barmaids, a Def Leppardastuffed jukebox, and a burgeoning collection of patron-flung bras. Most weekends at around 1 a.m., you can watch bartenders dancing/stripping on the bar, but it feels a little forced. If you come too many nights in a row, you might even find that itas choreographed. Read more about this New York bar or club >>

  • Craftbar


    900 Broadway New York, NY 10003
    212-461-4300 The casual counterpart to Craft, this Flatiron District restaurant should provide a relatively affordable dining option for Top Chef fans looking to sample some of Tom Colicchio's, or his chef de cuisine Lauren Hirschberg's, seasonal cooking. The menu is contemporary American with Italian undertones, consisting of both small and large plates such as veal ricotta meatballs, whole wheat papardelle with Berkshire pork ragout and bouchot mussels cooked in white wine and garlic. Diners who just want a quick, casual bite sit at the long, wooden bar and order bruschetta, charcuterie plates and Panini. Above the bar sits a massive glass-enclosed wine cellar, featuring more than a hundred wines from all over the world, including a serious selection of Rieslings and around 25 wines available by the glass. Ever since the restaurant moved to its current location in 2005, there has been plenty of seats, the bi-level space outfitted with polished wood and slick industrial lighting.—Keith Wagstaff Read more about this New York bar or club >>

  • Crane Club

    408 Amsterdam Ave. New York, NY 10024

  • The Creek and the Cave

    The Creek and the Cave

    10-93 Jackson Ave. Long Island City, NY 11101-5756

  • The Creek

    10-93 Jackson Ave. Long Island City, NY 11101

  • Crema Restaurante

    Crema Restaurante

    111 W. 17th St. New York, NY 10011
    212-691-4477 Mexico native Julieta Ballesteros first made a name for herself cooking at the beloved Mexicana Mama in the West Village. Today, she cooks much more upscale food at her Chelsea spot, mixing French influences into classic Mexican dishes. You probably won¹t find anything like this anywhere else: tostadas filled with seared ostrich filets and black beans, empanadas packed with sautéed black sea bass, shrimp, squash and Portobello mushrooms, and glazed Peking duck breast served over mole poblano and roasted plantains. Choose from more than 30 different tequilas and a variety of margaritas mixed with everything from lemongrass to guava and chipotle. The restaurant has a festive feel to it thanks to a color scheme heavy on yellows, oranges and reds, with original paintings by the chef's mother and a lively crowd full of Chelsea professionals. On weekends, stop in for the $19.95 brunch, which includes an entrée, coffee or tea and all you can drink mimosas.—Keith Wagstaff Read more about this New York bar or club >>

  • Crescent Lounge

    32-05 Crescent St. Long Island City, NY 11106

    Depending on the night of the week, you may hear Death Cab for Cutie, Rossini, or the squawking of 30-year-old men singing karaoke (usually '80s tunes). A gay-friendly living-room on the edge of Astoria, Crescent serves over 20 complicated martinis, as well as the normal stash of beersaall reasonably priced. Happy hour (4 to 8 p.m.) is buy one get one free. Read more about this New York bar or club >>

  • The Crest

    268 W. 47th St. New York, NY 10036

  • Crimson


    915 Broadway New York, NY 10010

  • Crocodile Lounge

    Crocodile Lounge

    325 E. 14th St. New York, NY 10003-4255
    212-477-7747 Buy a drink at the Crocodile Lounge, and you receive a ticket for a free cheese pizza, fresh out of the bar’s brick-oven. The gimmick was popularized at the Alligator Lounge in Williamsburg, and it works just as well at this Manhattan iteration. Free pizza is a great unifier, and the basement bar attracts crowds from Gramercy and the East Village as well as plenty of NYU kids. The tap features a range of craft and seasonal beers, plus Yuengling on the cheap. The concept makes for a great value but an even more valuable happy hour, which means there is a lunch crowd and an after-work crowd. Nevertheless, the Crocodile Lounge and its divey, croc-in-the-Nile decor rarely feels un-relaxed. It’s a utilitarian bar to begin, end, or continue a night, but the Crocodile Lounge offers plenty of encouragement to just hang out. There is skee-ball, a jungle-green back patio for fair weather, and on Wednesday nights, the bar plays host to a popular “Trivial Dispute” trivia night. --Alex Spoto Read more about this New York bar or club >>

  • Cronin & Phelan

    3814 Broadway Long Island City, NY 11103
    718-545-8999 Only three stops from midtown, this diamond in the rough dates back to the immigrant New York of the 1880s. Recently, the putrid smell of the agesathat was revealed by the smoking banalifted, leaving just the cozy, dark habitat of mirrors and rich wooden booths. Cronin offers all of the Irish charm with none of the new Manhattan attitude and prices. A pint of Guinness sets you back four bucks, while Jamesonas on the rocks is a mere three and a half! Read more about this New York bar or club >>

  • The Crooked Knife

    The Crooked Knife

    29 E. 30th St. New York, NY 10016
    212-696-2593 Bar fare doesn't always have to be just burgers and fries. Not that the restaurant doesn't have burgers; it does, both a standard one and a salmon burger, but it's the more upscale dishes that catch the eye. Pan-fried sole, seared sashimi-grade tuna and more all share space on the menu with more traditional pub grub like chicken pot pie and fish and chips. Its location guarantees a good mix of tourists tired from walking the city to Murray Hill residents looking for a relaxed place to drink. Belly up to the bar and order one of the eight beers on tap, ranging from Smithwick's to Miller Lite, or try one of the international wines by the glass or bottle. During warm weather, the sidewalk seating can be quite pleasant, with thatched chairs spread out under a large awning. The interior is cozy, all red brick and vintage mirrors, lit by hanging string lights and a roaring fireplace.— Keith Wagstaff Read more about this New York bar or club >>

  • The Crosby Bar

    The Crosby Bar

    79 Crosby St. New York, NY 10012

  • The Crown Inn

    724 Franklin Ave. New York, NY 11238

  • Crown Victoria Bar

    Crown Victoria Bar

    60 S. 2nd St. Brooklyn, NY 11211
    917-719-6072 It's easy to be distracted by Crown Victoria's front lawn, its picnic-table-covered 1,000 square feet welcoming you in off Williamsburg's chilly South 2nd Street. Same with the interior: Once a police-car repair shop, the bar now combines soft mood lighting with the wood that once supported the Coney Island boardwalk to create a cozy, comfortable interior, one with spacious booths perfect for a conversation that won't leave your throat raspy the next morning. Add 24 beers on tap and some tasty menu options, and it's easy to get stuck in there, too. Read more about this New York bar or club >>

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