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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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  • Johnny's Cafe

    632 Manhattan Ave. Brooklyn, NY 11222

    I'm 34, practically broke, experiencing a bad case of the winter blues, and haven't even held a girl's hand in over six months. But I just moved to Greenpoint, home to some of the hottest Polish women in these United States. Determined to find a date, I threw on my best mock turtleneck, splashed on some Drakkar Noir, and sauntered over to Johnny's. Glancing over the clusters of young ladies seated at wooden tables throughout these two large, dimly lit, chalet-like rooms, I ordered a refreshing Lezajsk lager ($5) and remarked to the bartender, "Check out the pierogies on that one, huh?" He proceeded to stare at me, stone-faced. As I coolly bopped my head to the slightly outdated dance grooves that blared through the sound system, two perfectly sculpted blond girls walked up to order some drinks. I turned to one and said, "I'm a quarter Polish, you knowaI've got a cousin named Stashu." She rolled her eyes, turned to her friend, and in perfect English said, "What an asshole," before walking away. "Fuck it," I thought. "One down, 20 to go." Read more about this New York bar or club >>

  • Johnny's Famous Reef Restaurant

    2 City Island Ave. Bronx, NY 10464

    Most people come here for the fried lobster and fish (of the flaky, sop-your-hands-with-oil variety), but beer and mixed drinks are served until 2 on weekends, whether or not itas good for the crowds of sunburnt, woozy travelers. One of the few bar-like establishments on the island, Johnny's has been open (and crowded) for 50 years. Open March to November. Read more about this New York bar or club >>

  • Jolie Restaurant

    Jolie Restaurant

    320 Atlantic Ave. Brooklyn, NY 11201
    718-488-0777 A casual but elegant French bistro with classic menu items like steak tartar and Provence-style seared cod fish, and a garden in the back. Read more about this New York bar or club >>

  • Joshua Tree

    Joshua Tree

    513 3rd Ave. New York, NY 10016
    212-689-0058 A sports bar that fails to inspire awe like the gnarled yuccas of the Mojave Desert, Joshua Tree caters to folks in their early twenties who likely wish they were still in college. The joint has an extensive menu that ventures well beyond standard bar fare and serves 30 microbrews. It's a little bit fratty. Read more about this New York bar or club >>

  • Josie's

    520 E. 6th St. New York, NY 10009

  • Julep

    14 Ave. A New York, NY 10009

    You'd expect this bar to serve a good mint julep, and theirs is just rightagood bourbon muddled with fresh mint, not too much sugar, and ice, and served by a bartender so nice you'd think she was shipped over that day from the South. It's not really a very happening spot; it's more of a laid-back place to relax and shoot some pool as the night winds down. Read more about this New York bar or club >>

  • Juliet Supper Club

    539 W. 21st St. New York, NY 10011
    212-929-2400 Nightlife impresario Jon B, of eco-friendly nightspot Greenhouse, doesn't much care for subtlety. For one thing, almost every surface in this Chelsea pleasure palace is mirrored, giving the impression of being assaulted by disco balls. The low-set, U-shaped banquettes provide plenty of room for models to crowd around bottle-buying playboys, lit gently by the glowing blue ceiling. Before the DJs hit the booth and start spinning, people actually eat dinner here. The theme of the menu is global street food, i.e. food you might consume after a night of partying or, in this case, during a night of partying. Order anything from lamb kafta and Thai-style tacos to crabmeat pupusas and snapper ceviche. As one would expect, bottle service is extremely popular here, especially in the raised VIP area. In case you couldn't tell from the above description, this is not a casual eating experience: unless you have the cash for bottle service or a couple of Swedish models on your arms, you might not get past the bouncer.—Keith Wagstaff Read more about this New York bar or club >>

  • Julius

    159 W. 10th St. New York, NY 10014
    212-243-1928 The oldest bar in the West Village and the oldest gay bar in the city, Julius's (circa 1870) has always been popular with the "interesting"ai.e., arty, mixedadowntown crowd. By the late '30s, when Greenwich Village's boho fabulosity peaked (see The Young and Evil by Charles Henri Ford and Parker Tyler for a bawdy, unapologetic view of "the life"), Julius's was the hot spot for outrA(c) village types, slumming socialites, and newspapermen. Somehow this charming diveathickly hung with fading newspaper clippings and PR photos of starlets, jocks, and thoroughbredsasurvived both the buttoned-down '50s and the swinging '60s intact. Today, Julius's is home to what is politely called a "mature" crowd of gentlemen and their admirers. Naturally, the jukebox is a diva lover's dream. Drop in soon for one of Julius's legendary burgers and the best super-dry manhattan (a bargain at $6) you'll find south of the Algonquin. Read more about this New York bar or club >>

  • Juniper

    112 Berry St. Brooklyn, NY 11211

  • Justin's

    31 W. 21st St. New York, NY 10010

    Maybe to mediate his gangsta image, Sean "Puff Daddy" Combs opened a restaurant that's all cool beiges and subdued lighting, with an atmosphere as close to his stated objective of "family style" as the Flatiron District allows. Surprisingly, the food really rocks, with African diaspora chow from Cajun, Creole, Caribbean, and Southern sources. The jerk chicken wings were heavenly (skip the pineapple dipping sauce). Best entrées on the rotating menu were meltingly tender short ribs and a mellow brown gumbo bursting with seafood. Read more about this New York bar or club >>

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