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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.
Forum

Forum

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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  • Danno's Tavern

    136 Main St East Rockaway, NY 11518
    516-887-2495

  • Danny and Eddie's

    1643 1st Ave. New York, NY 10028-4626
    212-396-2090

    http://www.dannyandeddies.com

  • Danny Boy's

    64-55 Dry Harbor Road Flushing, NY 11379
    718-894-3488

    http://www.dbpubny.com Delightful staff and summer outdoor seating make Danny Boyas a winner. An extensive menu with large portions, a jukebox, TVs, and very occasionally, live bands liven things up. The saddest thing about his place is the lone speciala$2.75 Miller Lite bottles on Wednesdays. Read more about Danny Boy's >>

  • Danny Boys

    1815 Victory Blvd. Staten Island, NY 10314-3515
    718-420-6100

  • Danny Brown Wine Bar & Kitchen

    104-02 Metropolitan Ave. New York, NY 11375
    718-261-2144

    http://www.dannybrownwinekitchen.com

  • Danny O's

    5 Hyatt St. Staten Island, NY 10301
    N/A

    This Irish dive (within walking distance of the ferry) appears to be in the final stages of complete decay. The place is dirty, disorganized, and badly in need of a phone line/TV reception. Patrons here are exclusively beer-drinking, working-class men. Be careful when you open the doorait sticks. Read more about Danny O's >>

  • Danny's Skylight Room

    346 W. 46th St. New York, NY 10036
    212-265-8133

  • Dark Star Lounge

    158 W. 72nd St. New York, NY 10023-3320
    212-362-2590

  • Darkroom

    165 Ludlow St. New York, NY 10002
    212-353-0536

  • Dave & Buster

    Dave & Buster's

    234 W. 42nd St. New York, NY 10036
    646-495-2015

    http://www.daveandbusters.com

  • Dave's Tavern

    574 9th Ave. New York, NY 10036-3722
    212-244-4408

  • David Copperfield's

    1394 York Ave. New York, NY 10021
    212-734-6152

    http://www.davidcopperfields.com Do frat boys like microbrews? We're going to assume as much, if only to clear up why so many craft-brew pubs are located in the Upper East Side. Short for "David Copperfield's House of Beer," this seven-year-old establishment offers over 30 beers on tap and 100 by the bottle, with a wide range of craft brews offered, from the likes of Dogfish to...Sweaty Betty. Big-screen TVs and a large selection of burgers on the menu make for an ideal evening of football-watching. Read more about David Copperfield's >>

  • Davidson Ernest M

    78 Cambridge Place Brooklyn, NY 11238-2402
    718-636-0499

  • DBGB

    DBGB

    299 Bowery New York, NY 10003
    212-933-5300

    http://www.danielnyc.com Daniel Boulud's most populist restaurant yet is dedicated to homemade sausages and beer. And what sausages! There's boudin Basque, crafted from pork blood and pig's head that forms a black, sticky round on the plate and tastes completely wonderful; the Parisienne is composed of pale, plump links of coarsely ground veal and aromatic spices, with brilliant carrots Vichy on the side; and the Tunisienne is a thin coil of lamb merguez sausage served with harissa. And there are many more, all of them globe-trotting and delicious. Although reservations are hard to come by, the front bar section is set aside for walk-ins and is pleasantly casual, if way too loud. The only catch: You'll have to choose from an abridged menu instead of the full one teasingly painted on the bar's walls. Read more about DBGB >>

  • DE of NY

    357 W. 16th St. New York, NY 10011-5902
    646-336-5574

  • Deacon Brodie

    Deacon Brodie's

    370 W. 46th St. New York, NY 10036
    212-262-1452

    It's always a good sign when Irish people work or drink at an Irish bar. In other words, Deacon Brodie's serves as a fine place to hang with your mates. So saddle up to the bar, grab a pint of Guinness, and start whittling the night away. Read more about Deacon Brodie's >>

  • Dead Poet

    Dead Poet

    450 Amsterdam Ave. New York, NY 10024
    212-595-5670

    http://www.thedeadpoet.com Those sick of the neighborhood frat bars should visit Dead Poet, where pictures of late, great writers hang from the walls beside their inspiring words. Order up a cheap happy-hour beer, and pretend to leaf through the books in the back room, when really you're trying to check out/impress the Betty nearby. Think about that movie Dead Poets Society, and how you cried when that hot guy killed himself. Had enough poetry? Opt instead for a game of pool to accompany your next pint. Read more about Dead Poet >>

  • The Dead Rabbit Grocery and Grog

    The Dead Rabbit Grocery and Grog

    30 Water St. New York, NY 10004
    646-422-7906

    That the Dead Rabbits were a mid-19th century gang of hooligans (Leo DiCaprio's posse in Gangs of New York, if you need a reference point) is no coincidence. This New York Irish-themed taproom and parlor evokes the glory of the Five Points splendidly. In fact you can often spot founder Sean Muldoon and bar manager Jack McGarry decked out in anachronistic suspenders and plaid. But the establishment is far from gimicky. It's craft cocktails and punches are made with real artistry, and are some of the city's most original recipes. Located in the lowest of lower Manhattan, the oldest and first-settled part of the city where all the train lines tap out before Brooklyn, it's a complementary addition to this historic district. Read more about The Dead Rabbit Grocery and Grog >>

  • Death & Co.

    Death & Co.

    433 E. 6th St. New York, NY 10009
    212-388-0882

    http://www.deathandcompany.com Ravi DeRossi (Bourgeois Pig) probably didn't realize the trends he was about to start when he opened this East Village cocktail den in 2007. The first would be the Prohibition Era bartenders, complete with old timey vests and mustaches. The sophisticated speakeasy atmosphere was another. Bar patrons must give their name to the host, who will seat them when (or if) seats become available, which keeps the bar from becoming an overcrowded mess. The most important trend was the slavish devotion to the cocktails, from the carefully measured, freshly made ingredients to the specially shaped ice cubes. Whatever your poison, the bar probably has a complicated drink for it, like the Queen Palm, which matches Plymouth Gin with fresh-squeezed lime and grapefruit juice, pure sugar cane syrup and fresh coconut water. There is also a small plates menu including bites like pulled pork sliders and crisp pork belly over goat cheese polenta. The windowless bar is often filled with couples, who sit back in the luxe leather banquettes illuminated by candles and chandeliers.—Keith Wagstaff Read more about Death & Co. >>

  • Decibel

    Decibel

    240 E. 9th St. New York, NY 10003
    212-979-2733

    http://www.sakebardecibel.com 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 Decibel >>

  • Declan Quinn's Pub

    227 4th Ave Bay Shore, NY 11706
    631-206-2006

  • Deco Group

    76 Wooster St. New York, NY 10012-4305
    212-966-3832

  • Deity Supperclub

    368 Atlantic Ave. Brooklyn, NY 11217
    718-222-3692

    http://www.deitynyc.com

  • Dekk

    134 Reade St. New York, NY 10013-3958
    212-941-9401

    http://www.thedekk.com

  • The Delancey

    The Delancey

    168 Delancey St. New York, NY 10002
    212-254-9920

    http://www.thedelancey.com 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 The Delancey >>

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