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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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  • Amor y Amargo

    443 E. 6th St. New York, NY 10009

  • Amsterdam Billiard Club

    Amsterdam Billiard Club

    110 E. 11th St. New York, NY 10003
    212-995-1314 The inside of Amsterdam Billiards is like a warehouse of pool tables. There are so many in here that you'll believe the room is composed of a big carnival mirror, projecting the image of a pool table a hundred times over. Generally, Amsterdam is billed as an "upscale" spot for racking up another game of eight ball with a whiskey in hand, but the price to play isn't high, and the costumers are neither snooty highbrow folks nor predatory pool sharks. Dress casually and don't let the oriental rugs intimidate you. Read more about Amsterdam Billiard Club >>

  • Angel

    Angel's Share

    8 Stuyvesant St. New York, NY 10003

    Secret bar alert! Angel's Share is located behind an unmarked door in the Village's Yokocho Japanese restaurant. Inside, amid floral wallpaper and muted green drapes, an encompassing mural hangs above the bar depicting a demonic Asian baby. It's an instant conversation piece, as are each of the cocktails: Try the Green Haze, composed of gyokuro-infused gin, fresh kiwi fruit, and honey, among other garnishes. Drinks are enjoyed among an incongruous crowd of well-read tourists, locals, and date-night couples; meanwhile, the bartenders wear rakish, butler-inspired matching outfits and look like swift ninja assassins when they prepare your beverage. Go for the bacon-infused bourbon martini if you're feeling wild. Read more about Angel's Share >>

  • Anju

    36 E. 20th St. New York, NY 10003-1315

  • Apocalypse Lounge

    189 E. 3rd St. New York, NY 10009-7412

  • Apple Restaurant & Bombar

    17 Waverly Place New York, NY 10003-6760

  • Apple Restaurant & Bombar

    17 Waverly Place New York, NY 10003-6760

  • Around the Clock 24 Hour Restaurant

    18 Stuyvesant St. New York, NY 10003-7501

  • Arrow Bar

    Arrow Bar

    85 Ave. A New York, NY 10003

  • Attaboy


    134 Eldridge St. New York, NY 10002

    Occupying the former railroad-narrow space of the much beloved Milk and Honey (no hats, no flirting), this new cocktail den by Sam Ross and Michael McIlroy, who are both Milk and Honey alum, keeps the cutting edge mixology and eschews the stuffiness, so hide behind your hat and creepily flirt to your heart's content. Located on the Lower East Side in the center of a trifecta of J, M, F, B, and D stops, it's easily accessible from anywhere in Manhattan or Williamsburg. Though the atmosphere is relaxing enough to spend an entire evening sipping from old-timey cocktail glasses, it's surrounded by a bevy of other bars, clubs, and restaurants to suit whatever your fancy may be. Read more about Attaboy >>

  • B-Side

    204 Ave. B New York, NY 10009

    At this no-frills bar, you can discuss whether a Pixies reunion tour would end with Frank Black telling Kim Deal she would afucking diea or shoot the shit over whateveras playing. The B-Side special ($5, Rheingold and shot of whiskey) warms the belly and wets the tongue, encouraging sing-alongs to the jukeboxas canon of glam rock and punk (the Clash, Black Sabbath, Love and Rockets, Bad Brains, Fugazi, and more!). Read more about B-Side >>

  • Babel Lounge

    131 Ave. C New York, NY 10009-5242

  • Baby Jupiter

    170 Orchard St. New York, NY 10002-2209

  • Bahr Che

    26 Astor Place New York, NY 10003

  • Bar 13

    Bar 13

    35 E. 13th St. New York, NY 10003

  • Bar 82

    Bar 82

    136 Second Ave. New York, NY 10003

  • Bar on A

    Bar on A

    170 Ave. A New York, NY 10009

    Despite the red lights and faux-snakeskin bar stools, Bar on A has an easygoing atmosphere with live jazz or canned reggae and hip-hop. Tables seat two to four, and the music doesnat hinder conversation. Large front windows stay open in nice weather, creating the illusion of an outdoor seat. Read more about Bar on A >>

  • Bar Veloce

    Bar Veloce

    175 Second Ave. New York, NY 10003
    212-260-3200 Reflecting its Milanese heritage, Bar Veloce was the first East Village Italian wine bar, and it remains a very stylish place to have a drink. The panini are prepared a few inches from your nose, the lighting is indirect and flattering, and the wine list, if not expansive, offers many choice wines by the glass. Read more about Bar Veloce >>

  • Barramundi


    67 Clinton St. New York, NY 10002
    212-529-6999 Located in the lower Lower East Side, Barramundi is as cheerful (and clean!) as a dive gets. The quintessential non-seasonal Christmas lights are hanging from the ceiling, alongside a mix of other oddities (beads, a flying bat, a skateboard, an ornamented deer head) polluting the bar, but what truly sets Barramundi apart is the crowd, an assortment of laughing locals huddled in the booth seating or chatting with the bartender. Stop in on your next L.E.S. adventure to recover from the energy-depleting, bar-crammed Ludlow Street scene nearby. Read more about Barramundi >>

  • Bedlam


    40 Ave. C New York, NY 10009
    212-228-1049 There are three things you should know about Bedlam, Alphabet City's newest Place to Be. 1) It's owned by Benjamin Maisani, Anderson Cooper's good friend. Both can be frequently spotted there. 2) The interior is essentially a club version of the SoHo store Evolution. Taxidermied critters and Jumanji-type oddities are plastered all over the walls, including a giant moose head, 19th-century anatomical prints, leather-bound books, and artifacts aplenty. 3) It boasts a very cool, bro-less crowd: an even mix of indie dudes, gay guys, and It Girls. All of them can be spotted on the dance floor, especially when the DJ is playing Nicki Minaj--something they can all agree on. Read more about Bedlam >>

  • The Belgian Room

    125 St. Marks Place New York, NY 10009-5158

  • The Belgian Room

    125 St. Marks Place New York, NY 10009-5158

  • Benny

    Benny's Burritos to Go

    93 Ave. A New York, NY 10009
    212-254-2054 Benny's was one of the first California-style burrito joints to open in New York, opening way back in 1988. They specialize in the giant, gut-busting burritos popular in San Francisco as opposed to the smaller, more portable burritos of Southern California. Most of them come stuffed with black beans, Spanish rice, Monterrey Jack cheese and your choice of filling. Chicken and vegetarian options are plentiful: shredded barbecue chicken, grilled chicken with mango salsa, sautéed spinach and vegetarian chili are just a few of the 19 different options. Beef and fish burritos, tacos, nachos, quesadillas and more are also on the menu. It's not a huge restaurant, which would explain its brisk business in take-out, but it's certainly a fun one. Bright colors, funky lamps and booming music keep things constantly upbeat. It really gets jumping during happy hour, when beers are $1 off and margaritas are half-price. Read more about Benny's Burritos to Go >>

  • Big Cheech

    21 1st Ave. New York, NY 10003-9404

  • Big Lug

    85 Ave. A New York, NY 10009-6500

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