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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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  • Parnell's Pub

    350 E. 53rd St. New York, NY 10022

    Recently overhauled Parnell's is bedecked in dark wood and exposed brick but still retains its old-style Irish-pub roots. The bar also serves a range of traditional Irish bar food and includes the option of a full dinner menu to go with one of their many beers on tap. Read more about this New York bar or club >>

  • Patrick Conway

    Patrick Conway's

    40 E. 43rd St. New York, NY 10017
    212-286-1873 Above the bar, an ornate stained-glass panel spells out the Patrick Conway's mantra, "Cead Mille Failte," which means "One hundred thousand welcomes." It's appropriate, considering all the different types of polite, city-dwelling people you'll meet here. A somersault away from Grand Central, this tame, quaint, and uncharacteristically well-lit Irish pub serves best as a universal pre-game station: One glass of Guinness (or two!) and then it's off to the office, the Fifth Avenue shopping circuit, the metro, the subway, the after-party, the hotel lobby, or--when the time finally comes--home. Read more about this New York bar or club >>

  • Patrick Kavanagh

    Patrick Kavanagh's

    497 3rd Ave. New York, NY 10016
    212-889-4304 The city's Irish bars come in several forms: the historic landmark from the mid-1800s, the tchotchke-laden tourist trap, the homage to the motherland, the flat-screen-filled sports bar. Patrick Kavanagh's falls into the last category, and it's a rowdy one at that. The work of legendary Irish poet Patrick Kavanagh isn't necessarily on the mind of the patrons here--a mix of the after-work crew and bridge-and-tunnel crowd--but rugby and Guinness are, and that's certainly Irish enough. Read more about this New York bar or club >>

  • The Patriot Saloon

    The Patriot Saloon

    110 Chambers St. New York, NY 10007

    From the anecdotally absurd people that brought you aThe Village Idiota comes this two-level lounge and bar with a country-and-western theme. Although they donat make their own unique drink creation, they specialize in drinks that are cheap. So grab your inexpensive drink and sit amongst the slightly jarring combination of old-rustic-meets-weird art and take a load off. Read more about this New York bar or club >>

  • Please Don

    Please Don't Tell

    113 St. Marks Place New York, NY 10009
    212-614-0386 Its name stands for "Please Don't Tell," but by now there aren't too many people who don't know about the secret speakeasy in the back of East Village hot dog joint Crif Dogs. Look for the well-dressed couples stumbling out of the phone booth; that's where the secret entrance is hidden. The bar is a tight fit, which is why you should probably make reservations to get a seat.The look is sleek and sexy, with a bottom-lit bar that illuminates your $12 drink and the entire low-ceilinged, brick-walled room, decorated sparingly with a few taxidermied animals. Mixology master Jim Meehan dreamed up the roster of specialty cocktails, all made with fresh, seasonal fruit juices, artisan liquors, homemade bitters and other high-quality ingredients. One of the best things about PDT is the ability to mix high-end cocktails with, say, a deep-fried hot dog with cream cheese or an order of tater tots.—Keith Wagstaff Read more about this New York bar or club >>

  • Peculier Pu

    Peculier Pu

    145 Bleecker St. New York, NY 10012
    212-353-1327 The beer menu at this NYU student hangout is several pages long and contains the tiny printed names of 500 different beers, all of which can be purchased. As you sit and study the list, take a look at some of the beer paraphernalia hanging around the walls as it can date back quite far. Read more about this New York bar or club >>

  • Pedro's

    73 Jay St. Brooklyn, NY 11201

    In a world of steel-eyed death and aging hipster-wannabes, DUMBO bar Pedroas remains oddly, pleasantly down-to-earth. Its south-of-the-border milieuas too various to be oppressive, beers like Presidente and Sol ($3) come right from the fridge, and the chicken burritos ($6) are big enough for two. Margaritas are stiff and sweet in Purple, Passion, Sunrise, Tropical, and Sour Apple ($6). Plus, happy hour ($1 off) is till 7 daily and thereas jazz Thursdays. Read more about this New York bar or club >>

  • Peggy O'Neill's

    1904 Surf Ave. Brooklyn, NY 11224

    A bar where the boys are big and the women prefer crop tops, Patty OaNeillas may be Coney Islandas ultimate sports bar. Thereas live music, some cover bands, and karaoke. Fill up on artery-clogging bar foods like hamburgers, nachos, and cheese steaks, go ride the Cyclone and puke. Read more about this New York bar or club >>

  • Pegu Club

    Pegu Club

    77 W. Houston St. New York, NY 10012
    212-473-7348 Behind an unassuming red door branded with the crest of a glowing lion, the stark and Southeast Asian-inspired Pegu Club waits. There, in a gold-tinted room of rich mahogany fixtures, kimono-clad waitresses serve you extraordinary cocktail delicacies, such as the Earl Great MarTEAni, a mixture of Earl Grey-infused gin, fresh-squeezed lemon juice, and raw egg white. It's creamy, it's smoother than velvet, it capitalizes the word "Cocktail," and, like every other drink on the menu, it's totally worth 13 bucks. Read more about this New York bar or club >>

  • The Pen-Top Bar & Terrace

    700 5th Ave. New York, NY 10019
    212-956-2888 Itas an early-to-bed work crowd in crisp suits that munches on the light fare and sips whiskey (aNeat, with twoano, threearocks,a I heard one pin-striped patron say to an unfazed waiter) at this rooftop lounge. Itas a fine and slightly impressive one-drink-date spot, if youare a powerhouse desk-jobber and into that sort of thing. Then again, if I'm going to choose a geographical aesthetic and drink to accompany astroturf (surely a design faux pas), it's going to be a can of beer in Brooklyn, not a martini in midtown. Read more about this New York bar or club >>

  • People Kitchen & Lounge

    163 Allen St. New York, NY 10002
    212-254-2668 People offers romantic lighting in a roomy, two-floor, elegant space where well-dressed mid-20saearly-30-year singles come to roost. The polished den with white walls, a substantial window-front, and wooden bars boast six specialty martinis including a strong People-Citrus (Stoli Ohranj, lime juice, lychee syrup, and a splash of soda). The upstairs loft/parlor, which has a glass-pane waterfall and cushy leather and crushed velvet couches, chaises, and chairs, makes for a perfect place to sit back and relax. Read more about this New York bar or club >>

  • Peppers

    95 Leonard St. New York, NY 10013-3409

  • Perdition

    692 10th Ave. New York, NY 10019

  • The Perfect Pint

    The Perfect Pint

    123 W. 45th St. New York, NY 10017
    212-354-1099 A byproduct of the Times Square tourist frenzy, the three-story Perfect Pint offers a maximalist take on the traditional Irish pub. The walls are lined with antique images of beer farmers from ye olde country, a beer-craving leprechaun reoccurs as a motif, and the entrance sign is an ogre-sized pint of Guinness. Celtic music soundtracks the massiveness of it all, while 30 standard beers populate the tap. Even the most genuinely Irish pubs in New York aren't this overtly Irish, but that's what makes the Perfect Pint and its like-minded neighbors so attractive--and impressive--to visitors. Read more about this New York bar or club >>

  • PerkStreet Lounge

    303 Grand St. Brooklyn, NY 11211

  • Pete

    Pete's Candy Store

    709 Lorimer St. Brooklyn, NY 11211
    718-302-3770 Between the spacious outdoor garden, free live music, and Wednesday night trivia nights reminiscent of Grandma's house, Pete's has something for everyone in Williamsburg. The tattooed bartending staff is generally friendly, and wallets sigh with relief at the easy prices for such specialty cocktails as the Pomegranate Margarita. The warm, wooden interior expands into a long, narrow room, where bands play an old-fashioned stage to mellow crowds. The outdoor area, never lacking for seats and glowing year round with Christmas lights, endears Pete's to local smokers. Read more about this New York bar or club >>

  • Pete

    Pete's Tavern

    129 E. 18th St. New York, NY 10003
    212-473-7676 The battle for the title of "City's Oldest Operating Bar" continues. Pete's Tavern, established in 1864, is a prime contender. It's got literary street cred (O. Henry penned The Gift of the Magi in the booth by the window) and it's got regal dark wood and gold touches. This antiquitous appeal has landed Pete's in Seinfeld and Ragtime. Unlike McSorley's, the city's other prized historic bar (established in 1854), Pete's Tavern is a bit classier. There's no sawdust on the floor, for example, and the locals are free to enjoy drinks other than "dark" and "light," like Pete's good ol' 1864 Ale. Read more about this New York bar or club >>

  • Peter Dillon's

    130 E. 40th St. New York, NY 10016

    An after-work stop for clean-cut finance toilers looking to loosen their ties, have a few pints, and play a game of pool. The women here (at least the ones that aren't working) are typically looking for a husband. Read more about this New York bar or club >>

  • Peter McManus

    Peter McManus

    152 Seventh Ave. New York, NY 10011

    This pub sports a tin ceiling, long oak bar, a few TVs, and plenty of pints, and is the perfect antidote to Chelsea glitz. A great place to save a buckanot only are the beers cheap, but if you buy a few pints, you may get one for free. Read more about this New York bar or club >>

  • Peter's

    182 Columbus Ave. New York, NY 10023

    It's hard to do the math on why Peter's, with its blah Upper West Side location and nothing-special interior, is a notorious pick-up spot for thirtysomethings on the prowl. Free hard-boiled eggs at the bar help patrons get their low-carb fix. Read more about this New York bar or club >>

  • Petite Abeille

    Petite Abeille

    466 Hudson St. New York, NY 10014-2867
    212-741-6479 Petite Abeille, the Belgian chainlet, does all the Euro staples quite well: steamed mussels with twice-cooked fries, croque monsieur, Flemish beef stew, and stoemp, a mixture of mashed vegetables with or without sausage. Most dishes stay under $20, and the portions are worth well more than that. The signature 9-ounce burger oozes with cheddar, as pancetta and a red dressing sticks the whole thing together. The lighter salmon burger topped with cilantro, red peppers, and avocado is just as memorable, and like most dishes on the menu is served with a side of addictive Belgian fries. Brunch can get crowded -- yes, Belgian waffles dominate the weekend menu -- and fluffy omelets come in various combinations with smoked salmon, bacon, and various cheeses. But all are served with sides of stoemp. Bite-size poeffertjes and mini Flemish pancakes are hard to find better anywhere else. --Jessica Goodman Read more about this New York bar or club >>

  • Phebe

    Phebe's Tavern & Grill

    359 Bowery St. New York, NY 10003
    212-358-1902 With chic new eateries popping up on the Bowery like flies, it's nice to know you can still get a relatively inexpensive late-night burger at Phebe's just as you could decades ago. This pubby neighborhood fixture is especially popular near last call when downtown revelers come down with a case of the munchies. Weathered hardwood floors, exposed beam ceilings and red brick give the place an old-school feel, while floor-to-ceiling windows that open up in the summer ensure the place gets plenty of light and doesn't feel stuffy. While the vibe is relaxed and casual during the week, the weekend DJs bring tons of collar-shirted men and high-heeled women looking more to party than sit down for a meal. The long menu ranges from a variety of burgers, sandwiches and salads to pub grub like shepherd's pie and fish and chips. You'll also find 20 American and Irish beers on tap, all served in 20 oz. glasses.—Keith Wagstaff Read more about this New York bar or club >>

  • Phil Hughes Bar & Restaurant

    1682 First Ave. New York, NY 10128

    Old-time dive bar Phil Hughes caters to the senior citizens' crowd, mostly, but these chronologically enhanced folks are often better company than the frat boys that populate most Upper East Side watering holes. Read more about this New York bar or club >>

  • The Phoenix

    The Phoenix

    447 E. 13th St. New York, NY 10009
    212-477-9979 The Phoenix is my favorite gay bar. I've only been to three in my life, so take that for what it's worth, but I can't imagine one more fun: divey and dirty (but not BJs in the men's room dirty, though I'm a naA-f, don't forget), with a decent jukebox, cuddly, generous bartenders, and a relatively unfussy gay-guy clientele (T-shirts and jeans, not power fags in power suits with handmade shoes). Plus, this seems to be where wholesome NYU types end up, ready to be exploited, which ought to count as a point in the bar's favor. Read more about this New York bar or club >>

  • Pieces Bar

    Pieces Bar

    8 Christopher St. New York, NY 10014
    212-929-9291 Pieces used to be a notorious hustler bar in the a70s, but now itas a little house of cutesy fun. Positioned right in the center of the old gay ghetto, it has something going on every night of the week. Those with real talent and those without regularly attend the Tuesday night karaoke. Itas all in good fun as the pool table is shared and the shots are passed around. Thereas even a glittery stage and spotlight to give you that aIam a stara feeling. Plus, most evenings thereas a super cheap happy hour, where the quintessential New York cocktail is a mere $3. Read more about this New York bar or club >>

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