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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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  • Decibel


    240 E. 9th St. New York, NY 10003
    212-979-2733 Do not disrespect Decibel with intentions of sake-bombing--this grungy, subterranean speakeasy offers a purist's take on the consumption of Japan's alcohol of choice. The menu contains junmai, honjozo, ginjo, and daiginjo variations on the rice-based beverage, with about 100 choices in total. No wussy English explanations are provided, so just close your eyes and pick: They're all good, or at least authentic. Similarly, the decor refuses to acknowledge that you're in New York City, and so the graffiti of the wrecked, Blade Runner-esque interior is also written in Japanese. Technically, you can't understand anything here, but the message is very clear. Read more about this New York bar or club >>

  • Deity Supperclub

    368 Atlantic Ave. Brooklyn, NY 11217

  • The Delancey

    The Delancey

    168 Delancey St. New York, NY 10002
    212-254-9920 The Delancey is structured in descending madness, not unlike Dante's Inferno. The roof bar is an idyllic green deck of palm trees and picnic tables, a perfect purgatory for happy hour and amiable heathenry. The main level is a dark dance floor where scantily clad DJs spin pop and house for the preppy, well-to-do sinners. And the basement is a steamy, cavernous hole with gleefully abhorrent punk bands and discounted lukewarm beer. So, it should go without saying, you want to head straight for the underground--as Bart Simpson once said, "All the best bands are affiliated with Satan." Read more about this New York bar or club >>

  • Delia

    Delia's Lounge

    9224 3rd Ave. Brooklyn, NY 11209
    718-745-7999 Delia's has taken the essence of Manhattan martini lounges and placed it in Bay Ridge. Trendy young hipsters party the night away here with a constantly evolving drink menu that always spans at least 14 variations of martini. Later into the night, upscale finger food can be bought to eat by candlelight. Read more about this New York bar or club >>

  • Delmonico


    56 Beaver New York, NY 10004
    212-509-1144 Though the building dates only to 1891 (the columns in front are allegedly from Pompeii), one version of Delmonico"s or another has been in this location since 1837. More importantly, Delmonico"s is considered to be the first actual restaurant in the city, and that"s a heavy load of tradition for the current incarnation to confront. The dining room--where bankers and brokers tuck into thick steaks and chops--is handsome in a Victorian sort of way, the dark bar is appropriately clubby, and the best thing to do here is excavate the dishes from the menu that has made the place what it's famous for (in order or preference): lobster thermidor, Delmonico steak (nowadays, a New York strip), Delmonico potatoes, and baked Alaska (skip the chicken ala king). Get there at 9 p.m. and almost have the place to yourself. Read more about this New York bar or club >>

  • Delta Grill

    Delta Grill

    700 9th Ave. New York, NY 10036
    212-956-0985 You don't have to flash anyone for beads in order to enjoy a bit of New Orleans flare in midtown. Alright, we know it's kitschy, but stop being a downtown snob for one minute. It helps if you have a margarita, possibly to wash down the alligator you just ate. Now that's cool. Read more about this New York bar or club >>

  • Demi Monde

    90 Broad St. New York, NY 10004

  • Dempsey

    Dempsey's Pub

    61 2nd Ave. New York, NY 10003
    212-388-0662 Good ol' gregarious Dempsey's is notable for three reasons: 1) the daily "Bucket-o-Beer" special ($15 for 5 beers), which, for another five bones, comes with a side of hot wings; 2) traditional Irish music on Tuesdays, including a fiddle-wielding band; and 3) the dartboard, pool table, and "trivia night" trifecta. Sure, most Irish pubs tout like-minded treats, but few deliver them in the context of Dempsey's ultra-clean floors, unsullied walls, and uniformly jovial customers. Read more about this New York bar or club >>

  • Denim Lounge

    1223 Bedford Ave. Brooklyn, NY 11216-1801

  • Desire Bar & Grill

    Desire Bar & Grill

    45 W. Eighth St. New York, NY 10011
    646-454-9950 At the door, there is a muscle-bulging bouncer wearing an Ed Hardy T-shirt. He is the gatekeeper to Desire, a bar that--on the weekends, at least--constructs a portal to Jersey Shore-style hedonism. The cocktails, which are served atop a glowing onyx bar, support this idea by name alone: Frisky Lemonade, Dirty Desires, Donnatella, Forbidden Fruits, and Double D's. If this is your jam, you can rock most effectively alongside Desire's crowd of partiers by attending happy hour. Deals include a "two for the price of one" on the food menu and $10 for three well shots. Jägerbombs not included. Read more about this New York bar or club >>

  • Desmond's Tavern

    433 Park Ave. S. New York, NY 10016
    212-684-9472 Opened in 1936, Desmond's Tavern is a traditional New York Irish bar, featuring live music Thursday through Saturday and a well-priced menu (corned beef sandwich with fries, $7). Fun without pretension, and with nice bartenders to boot, this large bar is a great place to grab a Guinness ($5) alone or with 30 of your friends. Read more about this New York bar or club >>

  • Detour

    349 E. 13th St. New York, NY 10003
    212-533-6212 Detour rocks because it has live jazz seven nights a week and no cover, although you do need to pick up a couple drinks. I suggest grabbing a table for two. Read more about this New York bar or club >>

  • Dewey

    Dewey's Flatiron

    210 5th Ave. New York, NY 10010
    212-685-7781 This place has nothing to do with the Dewey Decimal System, but rather was named after an old seaman, George Dewey. It has 70 plus beers, a pricey array of single-malt scotches, and a handful of sipping tequilas for the drinker in you. They also serve lots of traditional bar food. If you didn't figure it out already, there's not a lot of ladies hanging around here. So guys, have a bonding night out, and ladies, if you're looking for a little extra male attention, this may be your place. Read more about this New York bar or club >>

  • Diablo Royale

    Diablo Royale

    189 W. 10th St. New York, NY 10014
    212-620-0223 Gradually, the old margarita mills are being remade with food worth eating. This Mexican bar-cum-cafe; isn't afraid to pile on the chiles, and the glorious masa pizza called momocho features a fiery green sauce and little nuggets of bacon. There are some rather blase entrees, but tacos are the things to get, available wrapped in your choice of oversize tortillas. Read more about this New York bar or club >>

  • The Diamond

    The Diamond

    43 Franklin St. Brooklyn, NY 11222-3489
    718-383-5030 There's no shortage of bars in Greenpoint, but there are few bars like The Diamond. The beer is as upscale as beer gets, and standard Super Bowl domestics are nowhere to be found. The most recognizable available brew is probably Dale's Pale Ale, and it only gets more exotic than that. But each beer, no matter how cryptic the name (Haandbryggeriot Hesjeol, for instance) is accompanied with a brief flavor profile (in the case of the former: multigrain, peat-smoked). Beers are categorized by alcohol content for those looking to get the most buzzy bang for their buck, so that's convenient. The vibe is anything but upscale, though, and the Franklin Street space plays home to a shuffleboard and backyard gondola, which has been converted to permanent seating. With divey vibes and quality brews (and, oh, wine), The Diamond is a good neighborhood spot. --Shane Barnes Read more about this New York bar or club >>

  • Dick's Bar

    192 2nd Ave. New York, NY 10003

    What Dickas Bar lacks in typical gay bar glitz it makes up for in amicability. Without relying on a rotation of spaced-out, G-stringed go-go boys or headlining DJs, Dickas Bar is a haven for people looking for a break from the high-energy cruisefests of the West Village. Comfortable chairs, dependably fierce drinks, a charming pool table, a digital juke box, and a pinball machine create a low maintenance, typically East Village experience. Read more about this New York bar or club >>

  • Die Koelner Bierhalle

    84 Saint Marks Place Brooklyn, NY 11217

  • Dillon's

    245 W. 54th St. New York, NY 10019
    206-888-9157 This midtown restaurant-lounge has an Off-Broadway showroom, but doesn't mind rearranging the furniture in the main room to put on a show there, either. And with cabaret, improv, and brand name stand-up, there's comedy of one breed or another almost every night. Read more about this New York bar or club >>

  • Ding Dong Lounge

    Ding Dong Lounge

    929 Columbus Ave. New York, NY 10025
    212-663-2600 At The Ding Dong Lounge, punk (of the '77 variety) never died. The bar is festooned with old-school punk memorabilia, but even with all the Sex Pistols posters and anarchy symbols, it's almost too clean and airy. Even the graffiti in the bathroom seems suspiciously neat. Despite the uptown sensibility, it's hard to complain about a bar on the "Upper Upper West Side" that has atmosphere, good punk-rock DJs, and no yuppies. Read more about this New York bar or club >>

  • Disiac

    402 W. 54th St. New York, NY 10019
    212-586-9880 In case you're wondering, yes, the name is a made-up contraction of "aphrodisiac." Sickly hues of pink abound in this intimate, trying-too-hard-to-be-sexy lounge. The decor is cute, though, and the motley crowd is more Hell's Kitchen than midtown. Read more about this New York bar or club >>

  • Distinguished Wakamba Cocktail Lounge

    Distinguished Wakamba Cocktail Lounge

    543 8th Ave. New York, NY 10018

    The Distinguished Wakamba Cocktail Lounge is a real New York find, the kind of place that's not supposed to exist anymore except in indie films about the '70s, but there it is. It's a hole-in-the-wall with a wacky ambience to match its name, making it way more textured than your average sports bar—or average anything. The lounge looks semi-tropical/safari-ish on the outside, and inside there are miniature mirrored grottoes backing the bar, giving the place a sort of Goodfellas-meets–Boca Raton touch. But the real foci are the multiple screens for those who watch sports events like they were Dancing With the Stars. The sign outside dutifully tells you the schedule: "12:30 Mets at Pirates; 7 p.m. Royals at Yankees; 8 p.m. Devils, Rangers, Game 6." Even more important is the price chart, which is especially delightful from noon to 5 p.m.: "$3 domestic beers, $4 imported, $5 well drinks." Drinking at noon? Sure, why not? At any time, this place draws stragglers from Penn Station and the Port Authority as well as the office crowd and some ready-to-unwind school personnel. Distinguished indeed. Read more about this New York bar or club >>

  • District 36

    District 36

    29 W. 36th St. New York, NY 10018
    212-244-3636 Located in the center of Midtown, District 36 was once a clothing factory. Now, it's changed (sorry) into a massive dance club offering three separate levels and 14,000 square feet of bass-worshipping space. With the massive soundsystem, District 36 caters to the fans of electronic, house, and techno. Their inner decor is a bit swanky, from the dropped down crystal chandeliers on the main dance floor to the bold framed black and white street art. But don’t be fooled, scandalously dressed employees provide glow sticks with which you can rage. All are welcomed to break it down on their cushioned dance floor, with previous DJs such as Mark Farina, Dubfire and Luciano. Bottle service is available in private VIP rooms--but before you head out, remember their card minimum is $50. --Briana Cheng Read more about this New York bar or club >>

  • Diva Restaurant & Bar

    341 W. Broadway New York, NY 10013

  • Dive 75

    Dive 75

    101 W. 75th St. New York, NY 10023
    212-362-7518 What do you expect from a bar named "Dive 75"? If the answer is "not much," you're right. This nondescript neighborhood joint is always packed, for some reason, and it's not a bad place to grab a pint, but for atmosphere, look elsewhere. Read more about this New York bar or club >>

  • Dive Bar

    Dive Bar

    732 Amsterdam Ave. New York, NY 10025
    212-749-4358 Dive Bar's muffuletta--the quintessential hero of New Orleans--won Best of Show in these pages, beating out several other bars on the West Side. The round puffy roll is layered with diverse cold cuts and two types of cheese, but most important is the olive relish that the other places failed to provide: chunky, oily, acidic, relentlessly green. It lubricates and elevates. Other bar food options at this tumultuous place, which runs late into the evening, include a great vegetarian Reuben sandwich, sub-par chicken wings, and a range of perfectly good bar burgers with excellent fries. The list of scotches and tequilas verges on the amazing, and the wine list ain't bad, either. Read more about this New York bar or club >>

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