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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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  • Harrington


    370 7th Ave. New York, NY 10001
    212-736-3636 Harrington's is one of those bars defined by its proximity to Madison Square Garden. Half a block and half an avenue away, to be precise, it's the optimal distance from MSG. So as long as all the basic amenities--such as the bar's crush of sports memorabilia, row of flat-screen TVs, and Stella Artois-spouting tap--remain intact, the charming, no-B.S. spot will keep its clientele of Penn Station commuters and Knicks/Rangers/Phish fans content. Because no matter how much Stella you consume, it's basically impossible to lose your way to the main event. Read more about Harrington's >>

  • Harry's New York Bar

    36 Central Park S. New York, NY 10019

  • Harvard Club of New York City

    27 W. 44th St. New York, NY 10036

  • Havana Central

    Havana Central

    151 W. 46th St. New York, NY 10036
    212-398-7440 Hovering above Havana Central is a giant, blinking, neon palm tree--a kitschy decadence that signals what to expect inside. Naturally, a bouncy Latin ensemble jams out merengue standards right at the entrance, a row of plants and palm trees divide the bar from the restaurant, and an extensive drinks menu provides never-ending variants on the mojito. Who knew blackberry flavoring was an option? Head over and sip a few amid merry suited types and festive tourists. Read more about Havana Central >>

  • Havana Dreams Cigar Lounge

    63-10 Woodhaven Blvd. New York, NY 11374

  • Havana Dreams Cigar Lounge

    63-10 Woodhaven Blvd. New York, NY 11374

  • HB Burger

    HB Burger

    127 W. 43rd St. New York, NY 10036
    212-575-5848 As the newest addition to the Heartland Brewery line, HB Burger downplays the company's in-house brews in favor of, as you might've guessed, burgers. Like its subdued sister restaurant next store, Heartland Chophouse, HB tries very hard--and succeeds--at not looking like a franchise. None of the imprint's signature, kitschy beer memorabilia can be found here, just worn '50s posters and cylindrical chandeliers. Consider the possibility of a buffalo burger and "hard" shake combo; the "Strawberry Shot Cake," for example, can do no wrong. Read more about HB Burger >>

  • Hdv-Manhattan

    641 W. 51st St. New York, NY 10019-5008

  • Headline Coffee Bar

    250 Broadway New York, NY 10007-2501

  • Headlines Ale House

    104-08 Metropolitan Ave. New York, NY 11375

  • Headquarters Gentlemen's Club

    552 W. 38th St. New York, NY 10018-1104

  • Heartland Brewery

    Heartland Brewery

    35 Union Square W. New York, NY 10003
    212-645-3400 Heartland distinguishes itself with a creative take on bar food, and a hit-and-miss selection of homemade beers (we liked the sprightly Red Rooster Ale). In general, the appetizers are a better value than the entrees, with the pu pu platter;five hefty plates stacked in a wrought-iron skyscraper;the best deal of all. The first Heartland opened at Union Square in 1995, there are now a handful of locations throughout the city, including at Times Square, near Radio City. See the website for details: Read more about Heartland Brewery >>

  • Heartland Brewery & Rotisserie

    350 5th Ave. New York, NY 10118-0110

  • Heartland Brewery Chop House

    Heartland Brewery Chop House

    127 W. 43rd St. New York, NY 10036
    646-366-0235 Heartland distinguishes itself with a creative take on bar food, and a hit-and-miss selection of homemade beers. I liked the sprightly Red Rooster Ale, but Golden Sunshine Ale was marred by a weird chemical undertaste. An appetizer of grilled garlic sausage featured a German potato salad made pleasantly kinky with Chinese mustard. In general, the appetizers are a better value than the entrées, with the pupu platter-five hefty plates stacked in a wrought-iron skyscraper-the best deal of all. Read more about Heartland Brewery Chop House >>

  • Hecho En Dumbo

    Hecho En Dumbo

    354 Bowery New York, NY 10012
    212-937-4245 Hecho En Dumbo started out as a pop-up restaurant in the Dumbo neighborhood of Brooklyn, but recently moved to this space on the Bowery. It serves reasonably priced, slightly fancied up, adequate Mexican staples like tacos, tortas, quesadillas, and larger plates. The so-called corn smut quesadillas ($10) certainly resemble empanadas more than quesadillas, but they're tasty nevertheless. Cut through the crisp fried shell and a dark mass of the fungi comes tumbling out, enriched with queso fresco and queso blanco. Spoon on the spicy red salsa for a needed kick. Read more about Hecho En Dumbo >>

  • Hector's Pub

    106-01 Jamaica Ave. New York, NY 11418

  • Heights Bar & Grill

    Heights Bar & Grill

    2867 Broadway New York, NY 10025
    212-866-7035 If you're looking to get smashed two stories above Broadway, happy hour at the Heights offers you the biggest and meanest frozen margarita and a gaze at Morningside Heights' lovely old buildings. Happy hour runs from 5 to 7 every evening ($2 margaritas; half-price beer), and from 11 p.m. to 1:30 a.m. And if you need a big burrito to soak up the tequila burning a hole in your stomach, the Mexican-inspired menu has much to offer until 11 every night. Read more about Heights Bar & Grill >>

  • Heights Casino

    Heights Casino

    75 Montague St. Brooklyn, NY 11201
    718-624-0810 Formerly host to the Brooklyn Debutante Ball, the Heights Casino specializes in recreating the good old, all-white splendor of early-day racquet clubs: bourbon at court-side, squeaky-strict dress codes, and an unabashedly impossible member-screening process. The center court is straddled by wicker table sets and a grand piano. This year, the club celebrates its 100th anniversary. Cheers, gents! Also at: 101 Clark St, Brooklyn, 718 923-6021. Read more about Heights Casino >>

  • Hell Gate Social

    Hell Gate Social

    12-21 Astoria Blvd. Long Island City, NY 11102
    718-204-8313 The smell of barbecue is long gone from this former Greek restaurant, and a capering, devil-may-care atmosphere has taken over. Every night, the bar attracts not only young and old locals but also frequent bacchanalian birthday parties. Drawing its name from the treacherous water channel to the west, Hell Gate Social is marked by only a few mysterious red lights outside. The interior is dark and minimalist, illuminated in radioactive ruby hues. Read more about Hell Gate Social >>

  • Hellgate On the Park

    19-19 Ditmars Blvd. New York, NY 11105

  • Henessey's Irish Pub Limited

    29 Jericho Turnpike New Hyde Park, NY 11040

  • Hennessys Bar & Grill

    442 Court St. Brooklyn, NY 11231-4107

  • Henrietta Hudson

    Henrietta Hudson

    438 Hudson St. New York, NY 10014
    212-924-3347 Itas a conundrum how Henriettaas gets hundreds of stylishly dressed lesbians into its three small rooms weekly. Even squeezing past the pool table or ordering $9 cosmos at one of two overrun (albeit jovial) bars, girls love everything about this long-standing standard which looks better than ever since they renovated a while back. Read more about Henrietta Hudson >>

  • Henry Grattan's

    8814 3rd Ave. Brooklyn, NY 11209-5608

  • Henry Public

    Henry Public

    329 Henry St. Brooklyn, NY 11201
    718-852-8630 The second project brought to you by the owners of Brooklyn Social, Henry Public is a saloon-style Cobble Hill hangout with amiable 19th-century decorations--and a menu to match. Turkey legs, marrow bones, egg creams, and fresh oysters are all served, as well as Danish pancakes called Wilkinsons. All of Henry Public's beef is grass-fed, and the poultry and pork are free range, so you can enjoy a "hamburger sandwich," as they're called, guilt-free at this neighborhood favorite. A full cocktail menu that includes original recipes compliments a diverse beer list. --Gabriel Herrera Read more about Henry Public >>

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