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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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  • IL Campanello Italo Argentino Ristorante

    136 W. 31st St. New York, NY 10001-3401

  • Ilili Restaurant

    236 5th Ave. New York, NY 10001

  • Irish Cafe

    306 W. 34th St. New York, NY 10001-2401

  • Jade Bar

    2 Lexington Ave. New York, NY 10010-5405

  • Joe O's

    136 W. 33rd St. New York, NY 10001-2010

  • Johnny

    Johnny's Bar

    90 Greenwich Ave. New York, NY 10011
    212-741-5279 Classic dives like Johnnyas keep gentrified Manhattan neighborhoods worth visiting. Sharing its streetscape with swanky CafA(c) de Bruxelles and sporty Equinox, the place under the red neon aBARa sign attracts both recreational drinkers and outright drunks, who mix like tequila and amaretto in the Black Cow shot ($3.25), strangely yet smoothly. Premium pintsaAnchor Steam, Guinnessago for $5, and the generous happy hour stretches from noon to 7. Read more about Johnny's Bar >>

  • Johny's Luncheonette

    124 W. 25th St. New York, NY 10001-7421

  • 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 Juliet Supper Club >>

  • Kabooz

    Kabooz's Bar & Grill

    2 Penn Plaza New York, NY 10001
    212-760-0848 Conveniently located inside Penn Station in Midtown, Kabooz's Bar & Grill provides a welcome oasis from the commuter hustle and bustle. An extensive menu features a full range of bar food including specials such as a honey-brined pork chop, Louisiana-fried catfish, and red chili crusted sea scallop salad that puts Kabooz's a step above chain restaurants. Several TVs usually broadcast sporting events, and the crowd of commuters and tourists looking to escape hectic travel schedules makes for a relaxed and cozy atmosphere. Happy hour specials are a favorite among the evening rush crowd, and wireless Internet makes it easy to tie up loose ends from the office before heading home. --Gabriel Herrera Read more about Kabooz's Bar & Grill >>

  • Kanvas

    219 9th Ave. New York, NY 10011
    212-727-2616 This newly renovated Chelsea bar attracts a mixed, after-work blend of the artists whose art hangs on the walls and the suits who potentially buy the art. The common factor is delight in the downing of a slickly made cosmo or martini half-price during the 4 p.m. to 8 p.m. happy hour. Read more about Kanvas >>

  • Karaoke Duet 35

    53 W. 35th St. New York, NY 10016

  • Karaoke One 7

    Karaoke One 7

    29 W. 17th St. New York, NY 10011
    212-675-3527 Karaoke's not easy for everyone--strangely enough, some people have trouble belting out one of Whitney Houston's power ballads in front of friends, family, or coworkers. Luckily, Karaoke One 7 does their part to facilitate the process. Patrons can sing in public at the bar, or croon in seclusion inside one of nine private rooms. An ever-increasing catalog of over 80,000 songs in 14 languages means there's something for everyone, with a state-of-the-art song selection system that's navigated using iPads instead of cumbersome song binders. With low hourly rates (and even lower during happy hour), it's easy to see how quickly things go from a karaoke session to a karaoke marathon. Most importantly, there's a full bar that includes a range of sake options as well. This Flatiron joint's inviting atmosphere brings in a diverse audience for your stunning performances. --Gabriel Herrera Read more about Karaoke One 7 >>

  • Karaoke Wow

    10 W. 32nd St. New York, NY 10001-3815

  • Katwalk


    2 W. 35th St. New York, NY 10001
    212-594-9343 Katwalk (yes, "Kat" with a "K") is a slick, ladylike lounge located in the heart of the Fashion District. Keep in mind that the big screens here are more likely to show VH-1 and the latest Chanel runway show than tonight's game. The signature drinks both sound and taste sweet, such as the Katini, a mixture of raspberry and vanilla vodka, Chambord, and raspberry puree. Read more about Katwalk >>

  • The Kimono Lounge

    62 Thomas New York, NY 10013

    After you get past the entranceway, which looks like a compulsively arranged product of a raid of a noodle shop in Osaka (rice bowls and sake vases form the pillars, and a wall seems built of stacked bolts of silky kimono fabric), all is lovely and bright. Glowing hardwood and light upholstery is luxurious without feeling awkward, although you may feel a little out of place if you havenat eaten at Megu downstairs (especially if you canat afford to, because a simple sakitini is $16). Read more about The Kimono Lounge >>

  • Krav Maga Academy

    25 W. 26th St. New York, NY 10010

  • Las Chicas Locas

    160 W. 25th St. New York, NY 10001-7461

  • Library Bar at the Nomad

    Library Bar at the Nomad

    1170 Broadway New York, NY
    212-796-1500 If you've been to college of any kind then chances are you've enjoyed a beverage, possibly of an alcoholic nature, in the library. In this one no one will shush you and drinking is actually encouraged, so leave your Poland Springs bottle of clear liqueor at home. The hotel's Library Bar is a throwback to esoteric academia of the most romantic kind, adorned with a handsome spiral staircase imported from the South of France. During the day guests enjoy coffee and cafe plates among books on the history of New York and other topics, which, yes, they are permitted to take off the shelves and read. At night it's an all-out date spot, serving a wide selection of wine and cocktails. We can't think of a more ideal location to swirl a scotch in Chelsea. Read more about Library Bar at the Nomad >>

  • Live At Don Hills

    Live At Don Hills

    511 Greenwich St. New York, NY 10013
    212-219-2850 Now under the ownership of Paul Sevigny and nightlife guru Nur Khan, the newly not-so-renovated Don Hill's attempts to revive the venue's scenester grittiness of yore. The interior of this legendary rock 'n' roll bar is still stacked with porn-y photography, penis-themed graffiti, and scribbled cuss words aplenty: crucial artifacts left untouched during the renovations. The events lineup now comprises indie-rocking evenings alongside some of those bouncer-barricaded, people-your-read-about-on-TMZ parties. The main innovation, though, is improved bathroom facilities for both sexes. As Mr. Sevigny says, it's for a good cause: "We want people to get laid in the bathroom," he one explained. Read more about Live At Don Hills >>

  • The Lot on Tap

    W. 30th St. and 10th Ave. New York, NY 10001

  • Lyric Diner

    283 3rd Ave. New York, NY 10010-5502

  • Macy's Cellar Bar & Grill

    151 W. 34th St. New York, NY 10001
    212-868-3001 Shopping is a sport. But the easily fatigued need a time-out-and-jump-start-brew. Amid Herald Square's hubbub, catch a breather in Macy's Cellar Bar & Grill (downstairs). Set down the bags and refuel with a pitcher of Brooklyn ($16) or Rheingold ($15). Read more about Macy's Cellar Bar & Grill >>

  • Mansion

    530 W. 28th St. New York, NY 10001-5509

  • Marquee


    289 10th Ave. New York, NY 10001
    646-473-0202 A massive two-floor nightclub that can hold 600 occupants shouldn't be that hard to gain entrance to, but such is the case at the Chelsea hotspot Marquee. The hype surrounding this onetime haven for models and model-izers might have died down, but the $20 door cover still holds strong for those without guest-list access. Read more about Marquee >>

  • Martinique Cafe

    1260 Broadway New York, NY 10001-3203

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