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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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  • F John

    153-11 Union Turnpike New York, NY 11367
    718-591-2308

  • Facade

    250 W Rte 59 Nanuet, NY 10954
    845-623-1111

  • Faces and Names

    159 W. 54th St. New York, NY 10036
    212-586-9311

    http://www.facesandnames.com

  • Fagan's Ale House

    942 McLean Ave Yonkers, NY 10704
    914-237-5743

  • Failte

    531 2nd Ave. New York, NY 10016-8275
    212-725-9440

    http://www.failtebar.com

  • Failte Irish Whiskey Bar

    531 2nd Ave. New York, NY 10016
    212-725-9440

    There are close to 40 types of whiskey to choose from in this Irish meets arustic mansiona style bar. The bar itself is actually made out of a tree trunk that still has its bark. Upstairs the aesthetic is slightly different; there are antique couches, coffee tables, and a fireplace so you can sip your whiskey in front of the fire after a snack at the bar downstairs. Read more about Failte Irish Whiskey Bar >>

  • Fair Theater

    90-18 Astoria Blvd. New York, NY 11369
    718-429-0040

    http://www.fairtheatre.com

  • Falucka

    162 Bleecker St. New York, NY 10012
    212-777-4555

    http://www.faluckanyc.com A bit touristy, this decked-out Moroccan-themed bar serves blindingly strong concoctions like spiked Guava purA(c)es, flaming shots, and French martinis. Abrasive electronica poses an obstacle for conversation. Hooka nights are hosted periodically. Read more about Falucka >>

  • Famous Oyster Bar

    842 7th Ave. New York, NY 10019-5204
    212-586-6525

  • Famous Pubs

    160 E. 26th St. New York, NY 10010-1800
    212-532-3323

  • Fanelli Cafe

    94 Prince St. New York, NY 10012-3219
    212-226-9412

  • Fantasia

    30th Ave. New York, NY 11354
    718-278-7897

  • Fantasy Night Club

    114 N Main St Port Chester, NY 10573
    914-937-0479

  • Farrell's J Tavern

    139 Merrick Ave Merrick, NY 11566
    516-771-4082

  • Farrellas

    Farrellas

    215 Prospect Park W. Brooklyn, NY 11215
    718-788-8779

    Since 1933, Farrellas has maintained its reputation as a stronghold of the Irish American working class in Windsor Terrace. At the well-worn bar, men noticeably outnumber the women (legend has it that Shirley MacLaine was the first to change its menas-only policy, in the a70s). Those who venture here go for 32-ounce Styrofoam containers of Budweiser (a/k/a the Farrellizer, $4.25). Read more about Farrellas >>

  • Fashion 40 Lounge

    Fashion 40 Lounge

    202 W. 40th St. New York, NY 10018
    212-221-3628

    http://www.fashion40lounge.com Fashion Forty is one of the few lounges in Times Square that doesn't charge an exorbitant cover or attract all-tourist crowds. The space is modern with cool, diamond-shaped lamps hanging from the high ceiling, and there's plenty of room to mingle or dance. The music is a contemporary mix of pop and danceable r&b and the revelers consist of buttoned-up young professionals during the week; the fashion set tends to take over during weekends. Read more about Fashion 40 Lounge >>

  • Fashion/Plate NYC

    264 Grand St. New York, NY 10012
    212-219-9212

    Elevating the afusiona fetish to new levels of extravagance, Plate NYC is simultaneously a boutique, restaurant and bar, serving Latin-Asian asaktailsa with ingredients like mamey puree, celery chunks and cactus. In the front of the store are pricey impulse buys like skateboards, gold denim mini skirts, and excessively intricate cakes. The dining room seats 12. Read more about Fashion/Plate NYC >>

  • Fat Baby

    Fat Baby

    112 Rivington St. New York, NY 10012
    212-533-1888

    http://www.fatbabynyc.com Fat Baby packs three floors with Lower East Side rock 'n' roll grit, macabre decor, and an always-receptive crowd. Each level offers haunted house interior design: weathered walls, glass chandeliers, and white leather seating. While the lounge is certainly consistent in style, the audience varies from weekend to weeknight, though the constant lo-fi acts reliably reel in locals. Read more about Fat Baby >>

  • The Fat Black Pussycat

    The Fat Black Pussycat

    130 W. 3rd St. New York, NY 10012
    212-533-4790

    http://www.thefatblackpussycat.com The Fat Black Pussycat is a curious breed of sports bar. Upstairs, you'll find a pub more befitting a cigar aficionado than the usual jersey-wearing enthusiast. A gothic, twisted chandelier hangs above the room in the back, while six large televisions blare in unison to create a holistic cheering experience. One room over, you'll find a Moroccan-styled lounge and, in the basement below that, a stage where belting lead singers unleash r&b standards and the occasional Journey jam. Read more about The Fat Black Pussycat >>

  • Fat Cat Billiards

    Fat Cat Billiards

    75 Christopher St. New York, NY 10014
    212-675-6056

    http://www.fatcatmusic.org A pool-hall/jazz-club hybrid is a rare and incongruous thing: While the swinging drummer and bandaged-finger bassist are unfailingly precise, the same can't be said for some of the patrons swarming around the pool and ping-pong tables. But that's what makes the combination such an unexpected blast: There's no expectation that you be as graceful as the musicians here, which makes Fat Cat extra inviting. On Fridays, a $3 cover gets you in the door, and from there you can play pool, ping-pong, shuffleboard, foosball, or, yes, Scrabble and chess. Basically, this is a bachelor-pad carnival, except your bachelor pad doesn't have bartenders, too. Read more about Fat Cat Billiards >>

  • Fay's Tavern

    1556 Williamsbridge Road Bronx, NY 10461
    718-822-8430

    The regulars at Fayas probably keep returning because they can get $3 bottles of Bud and $4 draught beersathere isn't much else to keep their attention. Fay's is, however, a fairly unpretentious after-work hangout where a mixed crowd can sit back and watch a game on the TV or have a game of pool in the back. Cheap beer and no attitude are the themes at this Bronx local. Read more about Fay's Tavern >>

  • Félix

    340 W. Broadway New York, NY 10013
    212-431-0021

    http://www.felixnyc.com A Brazilian flag and foosball table ushered us into the tin-ceilinged room at this Soho brunch spot, where bar towels and the obligatory French posters adorned the walls. Staying true to classic, we ordered Bloody Marys ($10), hoping they'd be the panacea for our morning-after blues.The carefree bartender joined in the party, grinning as he mixed our bloody elixirs after giving a final stir to pitchers of mojitos suddenly whisked away to a nearby table, where well-imbibed dudes divvied up their bounty and laughedathat is, until one of them caught an immediate buzzkill when he saw the check: "Mojito pitchers are $60 each?" So much for buying in bulk. Read more about Félix >>

  • Fearless Hook & Ladder

    64-56 Dry Harbor Road New York, NY 11379
    718-326-7874

  • Feelings

    594 Union Ave. Brooklyn, NY 11211-1212
    718-388-3884

  • Feile

    Feile

    131 W. 33rd St. New York, NY 10001
    212-695-1122

    http://www.feilenyc.com Owned by the same folks who run mega sports bar Stout next door, Feile (pronounced fay-la) serves as the cozy, Gaelic counterpart. With a stone fireplace and tidy mahogany seating, this place is all about the tummy-warming goods, such as shepherd's pie and duck sausage with mashed potatoes. Though it's smaller than Stout and offers a fraction of its neighbor's extensive beer collection, the beverages on tap here are superior, showcasing key picks from Allagash, Dogfish Head, and Ommegang. Feile is also the more subdued of the two companion bars, and that's not a bad thing, either--especially during Madison Square Garden's frequent sporting endeavors and arena-rock frenzies. Read more about Feile >>

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