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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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  • Verdi's of Whitestone

    149-58 Cross Island Parkway New York, NY 11357

  • Verlaine


    110 Rivington St. New York, NY 10002
    212-614-2494 Happy hours are rarely the bargain they claim to be. With discounted drink menus limited to dollar-off PBR and Bud, they're always transpiring between those "peak hours" of five and seven, when everyone's still at work. But if a bar took a more generous deviation from this standard happy-hour formula, we assume it wouldn't make a decent buck. That's why we wonder how Verlaine does it. A happy hour until 10 p.m. every night is unheard of. For seven days a week, unimaginable. There's no weenie, buck-off deals here either. The bar's most popular cocktail, a litchi martini called the Hanoi, is half-price at $4, as is the Suko, a white sangria with pureed Granny Smith apples, longan syrup, and grapefruit, and a red sangria with rambutan syrup and loquat fruit. The Bloody Mary, also $4, gets a Southeast Asian update with fresh ginger, coriander, chili paste, and your choice of plain or infused vodkas with lemongrass, cucumber, or hot pepper. Glasses of Cotes du Rhone and Chardonnay are available for the same price, and the daily beer special (usually McSorley's Irish Ale) is two for $5. Read more about Verlaine >>

  • Vernisazh Restaurant

    2707 86th St. Brooklyn, NY 11223-3507

  • Vero


    1004 Second Ave. New York, NY 10022

  • Vero

    1483 2nd Ave. New York, NY 10075

  • Vertigo

    354 3rd Ave. New York, NY 10010-2305

  • Vesper Bar & Lounge

    493 Myrtle Ave Brooklyn, NY 11205-2599

  • Vesta

    390 8th Ave. New York, NY 10001-4848

  • Via Della Pace

    Via Della Pace

    48 E. Seventh St. New York, NY 10003

  • Vibe Lounge

    203 Audubon Ave. New York, NY 10033-8423

  • Victor

    Victor's Cafe

    236 W. 52nd St. New York, NY 10019
    212-586-7714 Substitute waving palm trees, peeling porticos, and street musicians for the tourists, marquees, and traffic of the theater district. Victor's opened its doors in 1963 as a home away from home for Cubans missing those pre-Fidel days. The bar room--tucked away from the airy dining space--is the perfect setting for a late rendezvous, with the '70s shabby-chic appeal of its crimson interior, velvet love seats, and gilded ceiling. On Saturday nights, the clientele is largely tourists and old Cuban men drinking mojitos. It's authentic Havana. Read more about Victor's Cafe >>

  • View Lounge

    View Lounge

    1535 Broadway New York, NY 10036
    212-704-8880 Situated on the 48th floor of the Marriott Marquis in the Theater District, View Lounge embodies the quintessentially elegant experience of a high-class hotel lounge in the sky. Bored of looking in one direction? Worry not, because View Lounge slowly rotates, providing picturesque panoramas of Midtown Manhattan. The spectacular views attract many tourists, unsurprisingly, but it's not uncommon to see businesspeople with clients or couples on romantic dates. An extensive buffet menu, priced at $37 per person (or $19 per person for dessert and cheese only) includes a cheese montage, meezze & tapenades, two salad bars, several entrees, pasta, and dessert. The fully stocked bar also serves signature cocktails, specializing in margaritas and martinis. --Gabriel Herrera Read more about View Lounge >>

  • The View

    The View

    1535 Broadway New York, NY 10036

    The View delivers on what its name promisesaa dizzying panorama of skyscrapers and lights. The men in cravats, Japanese tourists, and giddy newlyweds sip pricey cocktails like the pie-flavored Key Lime martini ($11.75), which comes with whipped cream on top, orafor the less adventurous (howad they get up here?)athe ever classic Southern Comfort Manhattan ($10.25), while the doughnut-shaped 48th-floor aerie rotates at the rate of once per hour. Itas a perfect place to wow out-of-town relatives. Read more about The View >>

  • Vig Bar

    Vig Bar

    12 Spring St. New York, NY 10012
    212-625-0011 Patrons from Sweet & Vicious across the street usually spillover into cozy Vig Bar, which is not so much destination spot as bar compromise. Velvet curtains near the doorway block traffic from the outside, a DJ crams his selection into a miniature booth, and occupants on Vig's plush couches always try futilely to dance in the three-feet-wide lounge space. Read more about Vig Bar >>

  • Viktor & Spoils

    105 Rivington St. New York, NY 10002

  • Villa

    735 2nd Ave. New York, NY 10016-2219

  • Village

    247 Smith St. Brooklyn, NY 11231-4740

  • Village Cafe

    214-44 Hillside Ave. New York, NY 11427

  • Village Grill

    137 7th Ave. S. New York, NY 10014-3133

  • Village Juice Bar

    200 E. 14th St. New York, NY 10003-4105

  • Village Lantern

    Village Lantern

    167 Bleecker St. New York, NY 10012
    212-260-7993 Stylish Italian restaurant-bar upstairs, big lounge downstairs with comedy every other night Read more about Village Lantern >>

  • Village Pourhouse

    Village Pourhouse

    64 3rd Ave. New York, NY 10003
    212-979-2337 The Village Pourhouse touts itself as the "Best Sports & Beer Bar in NYC." Outside, grandiose sets of neon lights proclaim the bar's name, and rah-rah football fans perpetually spill onto the street; you can reach the place by dialing 212-979-BEER. There are more brews available here than in most sports bars, though patrons tend to prefer standard game-watching accessories (Budweiser, Magic Hat) to tastier, more esoteric concoctions (Goose Island IPA). But to a transient crowd just hopping off the subway, leaving Webster Hall, or looking to chat about the movie they just saw at Regal Cinemas, sometimes a dark-wooded room filled with plasma TVs and cheap Bud is the best option. Read more about Village Pourhouse >>

  • Village Pourhouse

    Village Pourhouse

    982 Amsterdam Ave. New York, NY 10025

  • Village Pourhouse Upperwest

    982-988 Amsterdam New York, NY 10025

  • The Village Pourhouse

    The Village Pourhouse

    366 W. 46th St. New York, NY 10036
    212-979-2337 This is the NYC bar chain whose phone number is (212) 979-BEER. And its patrons--mostly tourists, sports hounds, and weathered locals--demand lots of it. Within the brick-lined interior of the Pourhouse, a bevy of projection screens and plasmas display the latest sports outing in unison, like Best Buy's TV department; this sports-centric layout is complemented by the beers on tap, with a range of Bud Light alternatives for traditionalists, plus Sixpoint's creamy Sweet Action Ale for the pickier sort. Also notable is the inexplicably named selection of shots, which ranges from the orange-liqueur-based "Brass Balls" to the rum-centric "Surfer on Acid" to, uh, "Spongebob." That last one's a surprise. Read more about The Village Pourhouse >>

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