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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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  • Old Man Hustle

    39 Essex St. New York, NY 10002

  • Olives at the W Hotel Union Square

    Olives at the W Hotel Union Square

    201 Park Ave. S. New York, NY 10003
    212-353-8345 Encompassing the bottom floor of the W, the luxury-hotel brand for spiffy youngsters, Olives serves up fashion-forward, visitor-friendly cocktails. The Notorious F.I.G., comprised of rum, lillet, fig, and rosemary, is indicative of the menu: nothing crazy like bacon-infused bourbon, yet mildly adventurous all the same. The interior, in the spirit of all W hotels, has slick, MOMA-inspired flair, including the room's suspended metallic Xs and its contrasting faux-vine-covered walls. First-time New Yorkers should stop by for a snazzy pre-game experience infused with just a touch of Gossip Girl glam. Read more about Olives at the W Hotel Union Square >>

  • On The C

    129 Ave. C New York, NY 10009-5241

  • On the C (Duke's Bar)

    129 Ave. C New York, NY 10009

    A guy called Duke owns aOn the Ca and so a lot of people refer to this bar as aDukeasa. It attracts the usual East Village traffic who either return for the $3 happy-hour beer, the garden out back where they can smoke, or because itas just around the corner. Read more about On the C (Duke's Bar) >>

  • One and One

    One and One

    76 E. 1st St. New York, NY 10009
    212-598-9126 It's hard to imagine a better location than the thriving East Village street corner where this Irish pub sits. During weekdays, people coming off of the F train at 2nd Avenue stop by for post-work drinks, while during the weekends partiers do a little casual pre-drinking before heading off for more raucous bars. Pints of Guinness are the most popular drink, although a variety of Irish and U.K. beers are also on tap. The kitchen produces hearty, standard pub fare, from 8 oz. burgers and Cajun chicken sandwiches to chicken pot pie and bangers and mash. During brunch, dishes like French toast and steak and eggs are available with a complimentary brunch cocktail and coffee or tea. The two-story bar itself has a fairly traditional look to it, with a long bar topped with flickering tea lights, velvet curtains and a painting of a group of Guinness-drinkin', hard-workin' Irishmen.—Keith Wagstaff Read more about One and One >>

  • Otto

    1 5th Ave. New York, NY 10003-4312

  • Otto

    Otto's Shrunken Head

    538 E. 14th St. New York, NY 10009
    212-228-2240 Come here to get drunk on cheap beer and hear your friends' awful band. Try and ignore the fact that many people in here look younger than your little brother, and instead concentrate on the five people who look like they graduated college at least three years ago. And in the end, always drink out of their skull-shaped mugs (despite the $5 deposit). Read more about Otto's Shrunken Head >>

  • Paddy Maguire

    Paddy Maguire's Ale House

    237 3rd Ave. New York, NY 10003-2534

  • Pangea


    178 2nd Ave. New York, NY 10003

  • Pasha Bar

    14 Ave. B New York, NY 10009-8037

  • 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 Please Don't Tell >>

  • People Restaurant & Bar

    People Restaurant & Bar

    163 Allen St. New York, NY 10002-2130

  • Percy's Tavern

    210 Ave. A New York, NY 10009-3414

  • 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 Phebe's Tavern & Grill >>

  • 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 The Phoenix >>

  • Piccolo Cafe

    Piccolo Cafe

    157 3rd Ave. New York, NY 10003

  • Pierre Loti Wine Bar

    Pierre Loti Wine Bar

    53 Irving Place New York, NY 10003

  • Planet Rose

    219 Ave. A New York, NY 10009
    212-353-9500 If the Zebra furniture and leopard-print carpet at this karaoke bar donat give you a headache, the cosmopolitans willaalbeit the next morning. The space is small, so if youare bringing a group, call ahead and make a private party reservation. Then get your drink on, and hopefully tomorrow you wonat remember tonightas embarrassing performance, or what you did to that mic. Read more about Planet Rose >>

  • Pouring Ribbons

    Pouring Ribbons

    25 Avenue B New York, NY 10009
    917-656-6788 On the second floor of an Avenue B building sits Pouring Ribbons, a cocktail bar from a quartet of mixology's heavy hitters and beverage consultants. Part laboratory for other projects, part Chartreuse library, and part magnet for spirits geeks from across the globe, the place pours a menu of drinks classified on a pair of scales: from refreshing to spirituous, and from comforting to adventurous. The owners' fluency in the vast cocktail canon comes through in what's delivered to your table; despite the diversity of offerings, almost everything that comes off the rail is successful. And the bartenders are as good at the art of conversation as they are at putting together your drink, which means that while there are plenty of tables spread throughout this sparsely decorated room, the best seats in the house are at the bar. Read more about Pouring Ribbons >>

  • Professor Thom

    Professor Thom's

    219 2nd Ave. New York, NY 10003
    212-260-9480 Here we have the East Village's destination for Red Sox fans, a narrow, low-ceilinged sports bar containing 16 TVs and a shiny red plaque that proclaims, "Red Sox Nation." Professor Thom's, however, doesn't discriminate--viewing parties are held on Monday nights for True Blood fans and Sunday nights for still-dedicated, DVD-scouring Lost fans. And even when the Sox don't win, this place still knows how to celebrate: free Jello shots whenever someone dies on Lost. (Post-crash, that is.) Read more about Professor Thom's >>

  • Proletariat


    102 St Marks Place New York, NY 10009
    212-777-6707 Don't ask the bartenders at Proletariat to name their favorite beers on the list, because they'll refuse. There are too many good choices, they'll insist, to single one out. They'd much rather guide you to a rare pour that matches your taste — or perhaps broadens your horizons a bit. And that's how you'll find yourself, perched precariously on a stool in a dark and impossibly narrow space, sipping what promises to be one of the more interesting beers you've had in a while. You'll listen to ale enthusiasts comparing tasting notes (or listing other beer bars worth drinking at in town). And don't miss the bottle list, which often contains a few offerings you'll be hard­pressed to find anywhere else in the city. Read more about Proletariat >>

  • Proof Bar & Lounge

    64 Third Ave. New York, NY 10003

  • Pulse Restaurant

    Pulse Restaurant

    45 Rockefeller Plaza New York, NY 10111-0201

  • Purple

    14 Ave. B New York, NY 10009

  • Pyramid Club

    Pyramid Club

    101 Ave. A New York, NY 10009

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