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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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  • Carriage Inn

    312 7th Ave. Brooklyn, NY 11215

    Perfect for the schizophrenic sports fan, Carriage Inn has a lot of TVs, and on Sundays, each are tuned to a different game. Have another more active personality? Don't worry, there's pool. Oh yea, and karaoke. Read more about this New York bar or club >>

  • Ceol Irish Pub

    Ceol Irish Pub

    191 Smith St. Brooklyn, NY 11201

  • The Charleston Bar

    The Charleston Bar

    174 Bedford Ave. Brooklyn, NY 11211
    718-599-9599 One of the few bars on Bedford that's nearly always empty, the Charleston has no real scene, though factoring in the price of its beers, it should have the best party on the block. The bar features occasional bouts of live music that could double as amateur shows, but it might be a good place to break in your little sister's band. With the shows taking place in the basement, the first floor remains a good place to hold a conversation. Read more about this New York bar or club >>

  • City Lighting

    307 Flatbush Ave. Brooklyn, NY 11217

    Vying to be one of Flatbush Avenueas destination spots is this dimly lit (?!) venture housed in a former lighting fixtures store. The friendly waitstaff and bartenders are the jointas shining stars, and highlights include a variety of beers like Stella Artois ($5; stay tuned for rotating aguesta tap beers in the future) and a well-made, spicy Bloody Mary ($5) that, paired with some good eats like the chocolate chip pancakes from the weekend late-night menu, will make you glow with delight. Read more about this New York bar or club >>

  • Clem


    264 Grand St. Brooklyn, NY 11211

    Williamsburg hipsters can let their hair down and let the air out at this little hangout. The long mahogany bar stretches the length of the room surrounded only by bar stools as tall, full-wall windows on the front wall let light in and balance out the dark wood. Try an ironic cocktail like the Patriot, which is a can of beer with a shot of whiskey. Thereas no lounge area so either stand or capture a bar stool but get in quick. Read more about this New York bar or club >>

  • Club Hypnotiq

    259 Banker St. Brooklyn, NY 11211

  • The Collapsable Hole

    146 Metropolitan Ave. Brooklyn, NY 11211

  • Commonwealth


    497 5th Ave. Brooklyn, NY 11215

    Commonwealth is far from disheveled, but itas no yupster lounge. For six bucks apiece you can get 20 ounces of Guinness and a generous cup of delicious Kentucky beer cheese with crackers. Good bar food thatas not atapasa or inspired by sports: reason enough to deem the place a true original. Read more about this New York bar or club >>

  • Congress Bar

    , 11201

  • Connie O

    Connie O's

    158 Norman Ave. Brooklyn, NY 11222

    It's hard to find $1 beer in this city, or anywhere, but Connie O's has it on tap during happy hour. The price is but doubled during all other hours, and Cheetos are free. But thrift isn't even the main reason this welcoming Greenpoint watering hole has such a dedicated following. Despite rampant GIRLS-era gentrification, the crowd here remains local, varied, divey, and surprisingly social. Bartenders are exceptionally engaging and there's often lovingly-arranged holiday or seasonal decorations. Pool leagues play on Sunday and the three modest arcade games are only partially obscured by boxes of beer. Go to this bare-bones, bright green-painted hole-in-the-wall when in need of comfort, they might actually remember your name. Read more about this New York bar or club >>

  • The Crown Inn

    724 Franklin Ave. New York, NY 11238

  • D.B.A. Brooklyn

    113 N. 7th St. Brooklyn, NY 11211

  • Daddy


    437 Graham Ave. Brooklyn, NY 11211

    A laid-back bar removed from the hustle of Bedford, Daddyas has a killer jukebox featuring old country, '70s rock, and singles by screaming girl bands. Patrons vie for seats near the Ms. Pac-Man consule, compete at pinball, and know to ask about the stash of board games beneath the bar. Another game, Spot the Future Rock Star, can also be played hereaDaddy's owners play in the Rogers Sisters and attract their own kind. For animal lovers, the bar offers tofu hot dogs (regular are also available), and canines are welcome. Weather permitting, drink one of the intense Bloody Marys on the back patio. Read more about this New York bar or club >>

  • Denim Lounge

    1223 Bedford Ave. Brooklyn, NY 11216-1801

  • The Diamond

    The Diamond

    43 Franklin St. Brooklyn, NY 11222-3489
    718-383-5030 There's no shortage of bars in Greenpoint, but there are few bars like The Diamond. The beer is as upscale as beer gets, and standard Super Bowl domestics are nowhere to be found. The most recognizable available brew is probably Dale's Pale Ale, and it only gets more exotic than that. But each beer, no matter how cryptic the name (Haandbryggeriot Hesjeol, for instance) is accompanied with a brief flavor profile (in the case of the former: multigrain, peat-smoked). Beers are categorized by alcohol content for those looking to get the most buzzy bang for their buck, so that's convenient. The vibe is anything but upscale, though, and the Franklin Street space plays home to a shuffleboard and backyard gondola, which has been converted to permanent seating. With divey vibes and quality brews (and, oh, wine), The Diamond is a good neighborhood spot. --Shane Barnes Read more about this New York bar or club >>

  • Die Koelner Bierhalle

    84 Saint Marks Place Brooklyn, NY 11217

  • Don Pedro's

    90 Manhattan Ave. Brooklyn, NY 11211

  • Doris

    1088 Fulton St. Brooklyn, NY 11238

  • Down South

    125 5th Ave. Brooklyn, NY 11215

    Park Slope venue Southpaw's military-themed addition, Down South, gives new meaning to bunker mentality. It's less Patton and more Hogan's Heroes: Sandbags piled around the room and parachute netting strung across the low ceilings make this former greenroom a kitschy refuge from the crowded upstairs main space. The lounge, built entirely out of recycled materials and second-hand military packaging (check out the light-up tables made out of shipping crates), is only open for Southpaw's busiest nights, like their weekend dance parties and bigger shows. The crowd varies from thirtysomething parents who left the kids at home with a babysitter to just-over-legal girls and guys in track jackets and black framed glasses. Live video from a camera perched above the upstairs stage projects onto a cement wall framed by a steel, backlit archway, providing balcony-esque views for those taking a load off on one of the nine camouflage print couches. The copper-topped bar in the back has a full stock of top-shelf liquor and only serves beer by the can ($5), making our non-bottled Corona-drinking feel embarrassingly novel. It should be noted, however, for fans of Southpaw's parties, that dancing right next to the DJ onstage upstairs gives voyeurs downstairs ample opportunity to do some serious peeping, such as happened on a recent evening to the man who bobbed around jerkily to the Talking Heads while a couple of girls at the bar snickered. Though spaces with theme decor can be uncomfortably heavy-handed, Down South lets Southpaw-goers hide out but not miss out. Read more about this New York bar or club >>

  • Dram


    177 S. 4th St. Brooklyn, NY 11211
    718-486-3726 This heavily wood-paneled bar on the South side of Williamsburg features a thoughtfully-curated, constantly-changing drink menu and knowledgeable bartenders. Dram's cocktail list features flavorful house specialties that typically incorporate an unusual ingredient or creative combination while showing respect for the classic recipes. Additionally, members of the stylish clientele often just name a spirit and have the mixologists take it from there. During rush hour, the smallish space fills up, but the bartenders still take time to detail the ingredients in those custom orders for the curious tipplers. If liquor's not your thing, Dram offers 8 craft beers on tap (mostly American) and even more in the bottle (mostly European) that represent a variety of style and region. Crunchy, cheesy bar snacks pop up from time to time, and while you pay for the impressive, elaborate selection, Dram is much cozier and laid back than the similarly astute cocktail lounges in Manhattan. --Alex Spoto Read more about this New York bar or club >>

  • The Drink

    228 Manhattan Ave. New York, NY 11206

  • Duff


    28 N. Kent St. Brooklyn, NY 11211
    718-302-0411 Duff's is the genuine dive-bar article. The former owners of the beloved watering hole Bellevue returns with this Williamsburg establishment. What elevates Duff's beyond the usual rocker hangouts is the inimitable sense of humor: vintage porn playing cards are cast into tables, Jesus kitsch rests on the jukebox, and posters of Alien illustrator H.R. Giger's finer works take center stage. Read more about this New York bar or club >>

  • Duff's

    168 Marcy Ave. Brooklyn, NY 11211-8400

  • Duke of Montrose

    47 5th Ave. New York, NY 11217

  • DuMont


    432 Union Ave. Brooklyn, NY 11211
    718-486-7717 DuMont's "bar" is more of a glorified closet, located down the hallway from the main dining area. Squoosh in there with the other four or five hungry hungry hipsters taking a night off from the Pabst with some old-school cocktails. They're waiting for what you are: DuMont's legendary mac 'n' cheese, one of the best in the city. During the summer, the back beer garden opens up, significantly increasing the number of diners and drinkers. Read more about this New York bar or club >>

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