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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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  • Shoolbred


    197 2nd Ave. New York, NY 10003
    212-529-0340 One of the few places around here where kilts can seem kind of menacing, Shoolbred's serves as the area's darkest, most mysterious spot to sip a pilsner. The Scottish-inflected interior is wooden, weathered and antique-heavy, filled with paisley wallpaper, dim maroon lamps, a flickering fireplace, abundant panels of stained glass, and portraits of anonymous mustachioed men. The patrons, however, are hyper-modern East Village scenesters who, if it weren't for their own mustaches, would seem as though they'd broken into some poor old Scot's parlor and set up shop. Regardless, it's a place this cast of regulars calls home. Read more about this New York bar or club >>

  • SideBar


    120 E. 15th St. New York, NY 10003-2102

  • Sidewalk Café

    Sidewalk Café

    94 Avenue A New York, NY 10009
    212-473-7373 Established singer-songwriters and heartfelt hopefuls strut their stuff (well, as much as singer-songwriters strut) in scheduled shows and open-mic nights at this East Village stalwart. In addition to a steady roster of young acts, the divey Sidewalk is known for its cheap food menu, unusual 24-hour-a-day schedule, and the rows of tables and chairs lined up outside the building--where, during the summer, the post-work crowd downs frozen pink margaritas and cheap beer while watching Avenue A traffic drift by. Read more about this New York bar or club >>

  • Sing Sing Karaoke

    Sing Sing Karaoke

    81 Ave. A New York, NY 10009
    212-674-0700 Alphabet City's Sing Sing Karaoke, the messy but lovable older brother of Sing Sing Karaoke St. Marks, revels in its dishevelment. The room itself is essentially a concrete rectangle painted a polluted blue-grey, stocked with cheap liquor, and filled with tuneless stars. But such is the allure: This is about the whole place banding together to produce something listenable. One man's particularly ear-shattering rendition of Third Eye Blind's "Semi-Charmed Life," for example, is another man's priceless generator of camaraderie. Read more about this New York bar or club >>

  • Sing Sing Karaoke St. Marks

    Sing Sing Karaoke St. Marks

    9 St. Marks Place New York, NY 10003
    212-387-7800 Sing Sing Karaoke provides the basics: a tiny room with one screen above the bar, a cute little disco ball, and, in the tiny space to the right of the bar, another screen. The usual crowd is just as low-key, a group of people huddling around the bar and passing around the mic while a few energized folks dance directly behind. Have no fear--you will always get your turn at the mic, and you will probably beat everyone to "Don't Stop Believing." Read more about this New York bar or club >>

  • Slake

    251 West 30th Street New York, NY 10002

  • Sly Fox

    Sly Fox

    140 Second Ave. New York, NY 10003

    A classic East Village dive, the Karpaty Pub (a/k/a Sly Fox) is exactly what you'd expect: non-seasonal Christmas lighting, cheap mirror tiles stuck to the low ceiling, cheaper pitchers of beer. It does have its quirks, though. It's located in the small Ukrainian district of the East Village, nuzzled between the inimitable Veselka diner and the unadorned Ukrainian Restaurant. Funny little drawings of a Lys Mykyta (or Sly Fox) are scattered about the room, serving as cryptic political allegories. Everyone is too blissfully drunk to notice. Read more about this New York bar or club >>

  • Sonic Groove

    206 Ave. B New York, NY 10009

    Co-owned by seasoned New York DJs and dance music scenesters Frankie Bones, Heather Heart, and Adam X, Sonic Groove caters to DJs and techno aficionados. It recently moved shop from its West Village location on Carmine Street to the East Village. Read more about this New York bar or club >>

  • Sophie's

    509 E. 5th St. New York, NY 10009

    At Sophie's, old, fat regulars sip beer next to twiggy, boa-wearing St. Anna's kids. The sub-zero-degree bathroom features some of the more invigorating graffiti scrawl in New York. When the bartender is smoking, you know it's OK to unearth your own sad pack. It's dark and no one cares. Read more about this New York bar or club >>

  • Spiral Lounge

    244 E. Houston St. New York, NY 10002

  • St. Dymphna

    St. Dymphna's

    118 St. Marks Place New York, NY 10009
    212-254-6636 Dymphna, a martyr who died in A.D. 620 at the tender age of 15, is the patron saint of those suffering from nervous and mental disorders. So thank God for St. Dymphna's in the East Villageaideally itty-bitty, it's not claustrophobic but a cozy bar dotted with a few simple wooden tables. A calmness pervades: The lighting's low and the undecorated walls are a soothing pale green. Inside is a charming place to chow a beef and Guinness casserole; the backyard's nice for getting sloppy with pints or for enjoying your morning coffee and rashers. Read more about this New York bar or club >>

  • St. Mark

    St. Mark's Ale House

    2 St. Marks Place New York, NY 10003

    Conveniently located at the crossroads of the East Village, this beer bar features food that's a couple notches above the usual pub grub. Sandwiches are refreshingly sided with skin-on red potato salad instead of fries, and there are unexpected snacks like a smoked whitefish appetizer on lavash, French onion soup, and lots of salads. Bargain-priced as low as $3 per pint, there's a choice of 24 beers on tap, of which Brooklyn I.P.A., Stoudts Fest, and Anchor Steam Wheat are highly recommended. Lunch specials are sometimes an absurdly good deal: On a recent weekday you could get a pint and a half-pound Black Angus burger for $5. Read more about this New York bar or club >>

  • Standings


    42 E. 7th St. New York, NY 10003
    212-420-0671 Say hello to the highly underrated, good-natured brother of Seventh Street. But unlike legendary neighbor bars McSorley's, Jimmy's, and Burp Castle, this one doesn't emphasize its New York history or couture beer; rather, Standings focuses on sports. It has, for example, a relentless collection of sports pennants, swarming everything but the fantasy-football chalkboard and the icicles of shirts and flags hanging from the ceiling. Nonetheless, the beer selection extends way beyond your typical pub finds, providing craft brews alongside an ever-present tap of Bud Light. For those who just want to sit and watch college sports, nothing more--preferably in a completely authentic environment--Standings has one pair of plastic seats (yes, the kind you'd find in a stadium) at the ready. Read more about this New York bar or club >>

  • Stillwater


    78-80 E. Fourth St. New York, NY 10003
    212-253-2237 The Stillwater Bar & Grill is mercifully light on flair: The one prominent decorative element comes in the form of a giant, glassy-eyed swordfish model tacked to the brick wall. You don't need much more than that décor-wise; what you do need are low ceilings, a pool table, a Big Buck Hunter arcade game, and plentiful TVs broadcasting The Big Game. Meanwhile, a separate room provides patrons with some space to chow down on burgers and throwback $3 pitchers. Simply, unpretentious, expertly effective. The experience is purely, beautifully utilitarian: Come here to get the job done. Read more about this New York bar or club >>

  • Studio at Webster Hall

    Studio at Webster Hall

    125 E. 11th St. New York, NY 10003
    212-353-1600 The Studio, a baby performance space lurking in the belly of historic Webster Hall, fits 300 people--less than a quarter of the bigger spot's capacity. Thus, with a stage low enough for climb 'n' dive antics, it's just the right size to host the latest circuit of indie rockers, giving invaluable chances to up-and-comers--including recent breakthrough acts Sleigh Bells, Marnie Stern, and Free Energy--before they graduate to the space right above their heads. There's a full bar, too, while you're waiting around for their transition. Read more about this New York bar or club >>

  • The Summit Bar

    The Summit Bar

    133 Ave. C New York, NY 10009

  • Surf Reality

    172 Allen St. New York, NY 10002

  • Sutra Lounge

    Sutra Lounge

    16 1st Ave. New York, NY 10009

  • Swim

    146 Orchard St. New York, NY 10002

  • The Tasting Room

    72 E. 1st St. New York, NY 10003-9322

  • Teanissimo


    90 Rivington St. New York, NY 10002
    212-475-9190 The card at Teany reads, "proprietors kelly + moby," but I wouldn't expect the man behind Play to serve your chai latte and squash soup. It's not exactly his Cheers, even though everyone does know his name. But Teany allows Moby the privilege of inviting his friends to a heated late-night battle of the lettered tiles at a corner table. Read more about this New York bar or club >>

  • Ten Degrees

    Ten Degrees

    121 St. Marks Place New York, NY 10009
    212-358-8600 Ten Degrees' happy hour is supreme. From noon to 8 p.m., you get two beers, cocktails, or glasses of wine for the price of one. Or, to get specific, two Six Point Sweet Action cream ales, two Godiva and Raspberry Vodka Martinis, or two glasses of chardonnay. Filling and cost-effective. The decor is quintessential wine bar, a mixture of white tile, dimmed lighting, and shelves of bottles, which somehow looks even more sophisticated than a stacked bookshelf. And though most people in here have a glass in hand, they're young and thankfully not snooty enough to know that Ten Degrees' flaky Humboldt Fog Cheese goes best with champagne. Read more about this New York bar or club >>

  • Terroir Wine Bar

    Terroir Wine Bar

    413 E. 12th St. New York, NY 10009
    646-602-1300 Terroir has a ridiculous amount of wine--a whole binder of the stuff, actually, packed with lists and lists of semi-sweet white wines made with perfume-y riesling grapes, pages of discourse on wine craft, and hyperbolic praise for its producers. Meanwhile, the menu features small plates with downplayed grandeur, such as the "Fried Stuff" section and its gorgonzola-infused beet risotto balls. An impressive variety, overall, considering Terroir squeezes it all into a tiny, 24-seat, bookshelf-equipped, sepia-tinted room. This wine bar is a superstar collaboration between restaurateurs Paul Grieco (a bigger wine connoisseur than Bacchus) and Marco Canora (an Iron Chef), and that's made clear. Read more about this New York bar or club >>

  • Three of Cups

    Three of Cups

    83 First Ave. New York, NY 10003
    212-388-0059 The decor is Medieval/Occult, the food, modern Italian with a twist. The butter-dripping baked potato and the crostini with roasted garlic make good starters/snacks. You can top them off with a pizza from the wood-fired oven;like melanzane, made with fried eggplant on a crust nicely charred on the edges. Everything clogged with lots of garlic, and where else can you go to get a baked potato at midnight? Read more about this New York bar or club >>

  • The Urge

    The Urge

    33 Second Ave. New York, NY 10003
    212-533-5757 The rough, industrial entrance gives away nothing about Urgeas subtle, romantic lighting scheme or plush lounges. Lackluster go-go boys dance on the bar waiting for time to pass until they change G-strings as if we won't notice theyare still the same people. Not that it seems to matter to the mango-cosmo-sipping gay male clientele, mind you. Stop by on Wednesday night and get pants-free for Ass Wednesday, where a tight rear can win you a prize. Read more about this New York bar or club >>

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