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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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    O' Flaherty's Ale House & Restaurant

    334 W. 46th St. New York, NY 10036
    212-581-9366 Most Irish pubs around here decorate their bars with homespun, Irish-granny ornamentation, but O'Flaherty's does the opposite, decorating what looks like Granny's entire home with a bar. The pool-table area (which doubles as a performance space) resembles a living room, with shelves and shelves of musty old books to complement an active fireplace; the 100-foot copper bar area, providing Guinness alongside cheap house brews, might have once been the hallway. Situated on the edge of the reliably bustling Restaurant Row, this cozy spot is enjoyed by post-performance Broadway lovers and Hell's Kitchen wanderers alike, all seeking shelter in Grandma's riffraff-free enclave. Read more about this New York bar or club >>

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    O'Brien's Bar & Grill

    134 W. 46th St. New York, NY 10036
    212-391-1516 There are a lot of Irish sports pubs that look like O'Brien's, with the semi-cavernous room, low ceilings, exposed brick wall, and fleet of framed boxing and rugby photos. None of those others, however, have a "Sin Bin"--the upstairs balcony area where oppressed smokers can puff it out in peace. The bar is populated by the Harp-sipping, backwards-hat sort, drawn in by the place's dedication to rugby, college sports, and live-music acts with John Mayer-channeling Guitar Faces. Read more about this New York bar or club >>

  • O'Brien's Pub

    605 Willis Ave. Williston Park, NY 11596

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    1215 1st Ave. New York, NY 10021
    212-439-0660 O'Flanagan's fares better than most of the cookie-cutter faux-Irish pubs that dot Manhattan. A good-natured crowd of regularsamostly workers from the hospital down the streetaand a dozen reasonably-priced beers on tap make it a decent place to grab a pint. Read more about this New York bar or club >>

  • O'Hanlon Brothers

    2257 31st St. Long Island City, NY 11105

    Come to O'Hanlon's, order a pint, and sit next to your neighborhood fireman or cop. This is a bar for card-carrying union members, the kind of place Bruce sang about. Read more about this New York bar or club >>

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    349 E. 14th St. New York, NY 10009

  • O'Hara's Restaurant & Pub

    120 Cedar St. New York, NY 10006

    Positioned only a block away from Ground Zero, OaHaraas vigilantly pays homage to the police and firefighters who were involved in salvaging the city from 9-11 attacks by featuring an array of fire and police badges on the bar. In addition, this standard Irish-style pub serves food and has approximately 10 beers on tap, including Guinness, a favorite of the regulars. Read more about this New York bar or club >>

  • O'Reilly's Pub

    56 W. 31st St. New York, NY 10001

    The atmosphere in this Irish pub keeps morphing, probably due to the proximity of overrated nearby tourist hubs like Madison Square Garden and Penn Station. If you're meeting a friend, this spot will work out fine, but if you're looking for a decent scene, there're about 3,251 better pubs to choose from in the city. Read more about this New York bar or club >>

  • O'Sullivan's Bar & Grill

    8902 Third Ave. Brooklyn, NY 11209

  • Oasis at W Hotel

    541 Lexington Ave. New York, NY 10022
    212-407-2996 Can I sit there? Where do I order a drink? Where do I set my drink down once I order it? Perhaps the savvy patrons of the W hotel bars understand the etiquette of drinking in what appears to be a hotel lobby, but itas a bit beyond me. Itas a bit bright, exuding the feel of a perpetual business meeting. Why deal with all the confusion and primness when Whiskey Blue across the hall is dark, inviting, and has a bed in the middle of the room? If you must stop, have a cosmopolitan (one of the best in the city, made with Cointreau and real lime juice, $12). Read more about this New York bar or club >>

  • Oceans 8 At Brownstone Billiards

    Oceans 8 At Brownstone Billiards

    308 Flatbush Ave. Brooklyn, NY 11238
    718-857-5555 Hidden from the street in the midst of Park Slope, Ocean 8 at Brownstone Billiards sports an under-decorated and over-populated sports bar that is the prime spot for home-games and altogether camaraderie. The walls are lined with flat screen televisions, and when seasons are over, the joint is still home to all your sports bar games: pool, table tennis, mini-bowling alleys, air hockey, and basketball hoops (and if you're keen to get better at playing games while drunk, the bar provides classes for all these games to preface your night of impressing onlookers). Redesigned after Amsterdam's billiard halls, Ocean 8 sees a wide range of patrons, from teens to couples to the elderly. The bar provides 24 beers on draft along with their classical American menu of burgers and wings. The ambiance won't let you leave, but Oceans 8 is open late, so you won't have to. --Lori Trigonis Read more about this New York bar or club >>

  • The Odeon

    The Odeon

    145 W. Broadway New York, NY 10013
    212-233-0507 The once no-manas land of Tribeca may be given over to trillion-dollar lofts and celebrity-funded restaurants; the glammy-meets-seedy New York of Jay McInerneyas Bright Lights, Big City, well and gone. The Odeon still stands through it all, almost like a mini monument to former customers Warhol, Basquiat, and their Bolivian marching powder. A fashionable, moneyed crowd still fills up the banquettes regularly to wolf down $15 brasserie burgers and $9.50 cosmos, that a80s drink of choice. Read more about this New York bar or club >>

  • Off the Wagon

    Off the Wagon

    109 MacDougal St. New York, NY 10012
    212-533-4487 When the clock strikes Happy Hour, Off the Wagon fills up with the same hyper revelry you'd find at a John Mayer after party. Fellows hankering for some Natty Light while wearing the shirt 'n' backwards-hat combo are in abundance, along with the women who love them. Particularly on the weekends, you'll always find it packed with alumni partiers re-living the glory days via satellite-broadcasted sports games, beer pong, and a museum of knickknacks hanging from the joint's equally rambunctious walls. Read more about this New York bar or club >>

  • Old Man Hustle

    39 Essex St. New York, NY 10002

  • Old Town Bar & Restaurant

    Old Town Bar & Restaurant

    45 E. 18th St. New York, NY 10003
    212-529-6732 You may remember it from the opening titles of Late Night With David Letterman: the Old Town Bar, a fixture in the Flatiron District since 1892. It's far more accessible than the overcrowded McSorley's, and the range of drinks is more copacetic as well. Remember that a quorum of three is required most times of day for the handsome dark-wood booths, and act accordingly. Note: The bar food is a notch above the usual. Read more about this New York bar or club >>

  • Oliver

    Oliver's Bar & Grill

    190 W. 4th St. New York, NY 10014
    212-647-0500 Past the sex shops, and slightly beyond such slightly more debauched pubs as the Slaughtered Lamb and the Four Faced Liar, Oliver's proudly stands as the block's singular source of purity. Wearing a shining, ivory coat of paint, the place fills two storefronts with massive windows, booth seating, mahogany fixtures, antique travel advertisements, and a scalloped brick ceiling. It's this goulash of cozy amenities that reels in the area's well-to-do, friendlier tourists, thrilled to have found a snug spot in which to throw back a couple pints of Stella Artois in, for the West Village, relative peace. Read more about this New York bar or club >>

  • Olives at the W Hotel Union Square

    Olives at the W Hotel Union Square

    201 Park Ave. S. New York, NY 10003
    212-353-8345 Encompassing the bottom floor of the W, the luxury-hotel brand for spiffy youngsters, Olives serves up fashion-forward, visitor-friendly cocktails. The Notorious F.I.G., comprised of rum, lillet, fig, and rosemary, is indicative of the menu: nothing crazy like bacon-infused bourbon, yet mildly adventurous all the same. The interior, in the spirit of all W hotels, has slick, MOMA-inspired flair, including the room's suspended metallic Xs and its contrasting faux-vine-covered walls. First-time New Yorkers should stop by for a snazzy pre-game experience infused with just a touch of Gossip Girl glam. Read more about this New York bar or club >>

  • Olivia


    161 E. Houston St. New York, NY 10002
    212-228-4143 I guess an authentically great Basque restaurant like they have in Boise, Idaho and Bakersfield, California would be too much to hope for. A place where even the humble red bean soup--fortified with a powerful lamb stock--is so delicious you could eat it forever. Instead, we have a cooking school version of Basque food. Even though the baccalao-stuffed pimentos and the crispy roast chicken are admirable, too many of the more ambitious dishes fall flat, like merluza, a tepid fish stew that seems more concerned with the preening beauty of its ingredients than with delivering lusty Basque flavors. Read more about this New York bar or club >>

  • Olympia

    23-44 Steinway St. Long Island City, NY 11106

    Want to play backgammon at 3 a.m. on Tuesday or maybe some pool after the game? Olympia has a lot of games to entertain, space to hang out and watch sports from around the world, and a menu to keep you from gnawing your partneras hand off in the wee hours. Monday is ladies' night for the broke, competitive gals in your group. Friday and Saturday is DJ night so be prepared for the oom-chas all night long. Read more about this New York bar or club >>

  • On the C (Duke's Bar)

    129 Ave. C New York, NY 10009

    A guy called Duke owns aOn the Ca and so a lot of people refer to this bar as aDukeasa. It attracts the usual East Village traffic who either return for the $3 happy-hour beer, the garden out back where they can smoke, or because itas just around the corner. Read more about this New York bar or club >>

  • On the Rocks

    696 10th Ave. New York, NY 10019

  • One and One

    One and One

    76 E. 1st St. New York, NY 10009
    212-598-9126 It's hard to imagine a better location than the thriving East Village street corner where this Irish pub sits. During weekdays, people coming off of the F train at 2nd Avenue stop by for post-work drinks, while during the weekends partiers do a little casual pre-drinking before heading off for more raucous bars. Pints of Guinness are the most popular drink, although a variety of Irish and U.K. beers are also on tap. The kitchen produces hearty, standard pub fare, from 8 oz. burgers and Cajun chicken sandwiches to chicken pot pie and bangers and mash. During brunch, dishes like French toast and steak and eggs are available with a complimentary brunch cocktail and coffee or tea. The two-story bar itself has a fairly traditional look to it, with a long bar topped with flickering tea lights, velvet curtains and a painting of a group of Guinness-drinkin', hard-workin' Irishmen.—Keith Wagstaff Read more about this New York bar or club >>

  • One Club

    21 E. 26th St., 5th Fl New York, NY 10010

  • One Fish Two Fish Restaurant and Bar

    One Fish Two Fish Restaurant and Bar

    1399 Madison Ave. New York, NY 10029

  • one star bar

    147 West 24th Street , 10011

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