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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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  • Harglos Cafe

    974 2nd Ave. New York, NY 10022

  • The Jeffrey

    The Jeffrey

    311 E. 60th St. New York, NY 10022
    212-355-2337 The Jeffrey is one of those pedagogical bars that wants to teach you something, namely about craft beer and spirits. This is not necessarily as irritating as it sounds, especially when the bar in question cultivates a real knowledge on the subject like this one does. Nestled under the Queensboro Bridge, this is an Upper East Side installment from the team that brought The Alewife to LIC. During the day The Jeffrey multi-tasks as an espresso bar, but come noon you can drop in for one of the 30 carefully curated and hard-to-find rotating drafts. For those who can't choose, the tasting bar offers a well-rounded flight. Read more about The Jeffrey >>

  • King Cole Bar and Lounge

    King Cole Bar and Lounge

    2 E. 55th St. New York, NY 10022
    212-339-6857 The old boys' club that is the King Cole Bar and Lounge claims to have created the Bloody Mary in the '60s, and although the drink dates back at least to Paris in the '30s, who's arguing? Here, the goblet actually looks like it's filled with blood, and the smoky and spicy flavor is nirvana. Plus it arrives with a silver tray heaped with macadamia nuts and wasabi peas. Sure, all this class will run you an astronomical $17, but with such white-glove service and a plush interioraincluding the coup de grAC/ce, a multimillion-dollar Maxfield Parrish mural depicting the Merry Old Soul passing gasait's easy to ignore the decrepit suits and rich internationals talking stocks. Read more about King Cole Bar and Lounge >>

  • Lips


    227 E. 56th St. New York, NY 10022

  • Lips Restaurant

    Lips Restaurant

    227 E. 56th St. New York, NY 10022

  • McAnn's Bar & Grill

    14 E. 58th St. New York, NY 10022

    A dive bar for people your dad's age, McAnn's isn't without its charmadepending on how well you get along with Pops. They've got beer, they've got popcorn, the space isn't too dirty, and the people there have interesting stories to tell, if you have time to get another drink and settle in a bit. Read more about McAnn's Bar & Grill >>

  • McKeown's

    1303 3rd Ave. New York, NY 10021-3367

  • Monkey Bar

    Monkey Bar

    60 E. 54th St. New York, NY 10022
    212-308-2950 Vanity Fair editor Graydon Carter's Midtown spot is a throwback to the days when New York's moneyed elite cared more about who was at a restaurant than the food it served. Not that the food is bad; it's just the social scene can sometimes overshadow it. The menu is a tribute to the time the original Monkey Bar opened back in 1936, full of throwbacks like lobster thermidor, seared Scottish salmon and duck a l'orange. Cocktails (gimlets, sidecars and the like) are similarly era-appropriate as are the appetizers, including a shrimp cocktail, clams casino and a baby iceberg wedge served with blue cheese and bacon. The dining room might as well be a theater with its big red booths holding media bigwigs, its Edward Sorel mural filled with famous New Yorkers and its white-uniformed waiters weaving in and out of the crowd. While it's not as exclusive as it was when it first opened, a reservation is still probably a good idea.—Keith Wagstaff Read more about Monkey Bar >>

  • Murphy

    Murphy's Law

    417 E. 70th St. New York, NY 10021

  • Murphy

    Murphy's Pub

    977 Second Ave. New York, NY 10022

    Everyone at Murphy's Pub seems to have an accent. The bartenders and owner are serious Irish folk, while the crowd is a mixture of just-left-work New Yorkers and your classic bridge 'n' tunnel crowd, who have their own dialect. Like their Irish bar-brother down the street, the Pig 'n' Whistle, Murphy's has Shepherd's Pie on the menu, flaunts antique Guinness advertisements on the wall, and displays a large assortment of TV's above the bar. Murphy's, however, is smaller and built in the shape of hallway, amplifying the intensity of an already pleasantly intense crowd. Read more about Murphy's Pub >>

  • Neils Coffee Shop

    Neils Coffee Shop

    961 Lexington Ave. New York, NY 10021

  • Nikki Beach

    151 E. 50th St. New York, NY 10022

  • 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 Oasis at W Hotel >>

  • Opal


    251 E. 52nd St. New York, NY 10022
    212-593-4321 Even odds that this is the only city establishment with the classy practice of serving mango mojitos and apple martinis in pitchers. Opal converts into an Iowa-centric sports bar during football season; don't ask why, just stay for the free shots when the Hawkeyes score...Well, consider splurging on a pitcher, because that could take awhile. Read more about Opal >>

  • Opia Bar & Lounge

    130 E. 57th St. New York, NY 10022
    212-688-3939 Located in the Habitat Hotel, Opia serves as an appropriate after work spot for the financiers who work in the area. Occasional tourists also get sucked into the spot, mistaking it for one of the hipper hotel bars. Read more about Opia Bar & Lounge >>

  • P.J. Clarke

    P.J. Clarke's

    915 3rd Ave. New York, NY 10022
    212-957-9700 Unlike its cross-country branches, P.J. Clarke's in Midtown is the original saloon, established in 1884. It's the one where Frank Sinatra joked about the urinals, the one featured on the cover of a 1971 issue of The New Yorker, the one currently surrounded by skyscrapers. The bar itself is ornamented in antique goodies, such as a framed portrait of a beardless Lincoln side-by-side with one of Kennedy. Though P.J. Clarke's has gone commercial, the historic, weathered charm of the original is something that can't be replicated. Order its acclaimed burger and some oysters from the raw bar and pay your dues with a glass of gin on the rocks. Read more about P.J. Clarke's >>

  • Parnell

    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 Parnell's Pub >>

  • Pig

    Pig 'n' Whistle on 3rd

    922 3rd Ave. New York, NY 10022
    212-688-4646 Unlike the Pig 'n' Whistle in Times Square, the chain's Midtown incarnation tends to a less rowdy bunch. "If your wife is shopping at Bloomingdale's, sit here and have a beer," reads a sign next to the bar. It's good advice. Six plasma televisions flank the left side of the room; a mini stage, situated on the right, hosts DJs, live music, and karaoke throughout the week. While this Pig 'n' Whistle has the Gaelic flair of its sister bars, such as Guinness-endorsing posters and Irish crests, it differentiates itself with some Old New York elegance, namely inlaid seating with circular flourishes on each tile. Make that beer a Guinness with a side of shepherd's pie - it's worth it. Read more about Pig 'n' Whistle on 3rd >>

  • Plaza Athénée Bar Seine

    37 E. 64th St. New York, NY 10065-7003

  • Redemption Lounge

    Redemption Lounge

    1003 2nd Ave. New York, NY 10022

  • Regency Hotel Library Bar

    540 Park Ave. New York, NY 10065-7366

  • Regents Piano Bar

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

    Sophisticated and refined middle-aged gay men hold court in this elegant but small piano bar. Leather-backed chairs, paintings, and a grand piano make it seem like you're on the set of an '80s arts documentary program but the photos of the royal family of England seem to give it a slightly more absurd and tongue-in-cheek atmosphere. Read more about Regents Piano Bar >>

  • Session 73

    Session 73

    1359 1st Ave. New York, NY 10021

  • Stumble Inn

    Stumble Inn

    1454 2nd Ave. New York, NY 10021-3004

  • Sutton Place Bar & Restaurant

    Sutton Place Bar & Restaurant

    1015 Second Ave. New York, NY 10022
    212-207-3777 Some Voice associates refer to Sutton Place as "Sluttin' Place," and true: At 6 p.m., flirty ad sales associates come out in droves. Some might find this Midtown multi-floor bar a little mainstream for their tastes, but you don't see those delicate rocker studs at Lit Lounge laying out for your $3 Bud, do you? Read more about Sutton Place Bar & Restaurant >>

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