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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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  • 37 Arts Theater

    450 W. 37th St. New York, NY 10018-4016

  • Bar 12

    206 E. 34th St. # 1 New York, NY 10016

  • Bar Bordeaux

    92 Madison Ave. , 10016

  • Believe Lounge

    1 E. 36th St. New York, NY 10016

    The brainchild of self-described "eccentric enchantress" Chynna Soul, this is perhaps the first bar to come with its own mantra: "You are the Energy that Shines or Shades another's Soul, be Conscious of YOU." (It's even printed on the business cards.) While Soul's union with the cosmos might sound off-putting, her artistic bent yields one cozy, refreshingly offbeat drinking den. The gypsy element comes from her penchant for gold-leaf side tables, gilded mirrors, and opulent, velvet-draped furniture (including the bed next to the bar). With the entire space lit only by soft red lights and candles, visitors can just make out the random, typed-out words and curious metal figurines forming an ad-hoc collage under the glass-topped tables. However, she's clearly banking on the young, moneyed Murray Hill crowd to shell out $12 for the Southern Comfort-spiked punch Typsy Gypsy or the Sangria Soul (sangria pumped up with Ketel One and Champagne). That's still way too steep in our books. Read more about this New York bar or club >>

  • The Black Sheep Bar

    583 3rd Ave. New York, NY 10016
    212-599-3476 The bar at this new Murray Hill Irish pub is decorated with 25,000 penniesathink of all the good luck theyave got! Youare going to need it when contemplating the Black Sheepas selection of thirty-five beers and a hundred frozen drinks, or when your rugby team (which you can watch on one of their four TVs) is losing. Read more about this New York bar or club >>

  • Blue Smoke

    Blue Smoke

    116 E. 27th St. New York, NY 10016
    212-447-7733 While we were prepared to be disappointed on a grand scale at Blue Smoke, some of the food was quite good. Among the barbecue entrées, the ribs fare best. The St. Louis spare ribs are thickly coated with a spice rub, perfectly cooked, moist, and tasty. If you didn't expect a smoky flavor, the lack of it might not be bothersome. More delicate, the sauce-smeared baby back ribs hearken to Kansas City joints like Arthur Bryant's, with less success. The biggest bust is the Texas favorite-brisket, rendered oily and hyper-salty. On one of three occasions, it had a chemical-tasting flavor that reminded me of Liquid Smoke. The pulled pork butt fares better, though the barbecue sauce on the table is too lacking in vinegar to give it real Carolina flavor. Chicken, however, is the authentic product-the flesh alarmingly pink, the skin turned rubbery. More importantly, the bird manages to taste smoky. And I'm sure you'll be relieved to learn that the chicken is organic. Read more about this New York bar or club >>

  • Coda

    34 E. 34th St. New York, NY 10016
    212-685-3434 This lounge has live jazz or rock six days a week (Hello, Sunday's a day of rest, people). Head downstairs to the refurbished vault, or simply hang out on ground level, sipping straight-up drinks, letting your worries fade. Read more about this New York bar or club >>

  • Concrete

    320 W. 37th St. New York, NY 10018-4232

  • The Crooked Knife

    The Crooked Knife

    29 E. 30th St. New York, NY 10016
    212-696-2593 Bar fare doesn't always have to be just burgers and fries. Not that the restaurant doesn't have burgers; it does, both a standard one and a salmon burger, but it's the more upscale dishes that catch the eye. Pan-fried sole, seared sashimi-grade tuna and more all share space on the menu with more traditional pub grub like chicken pot pie and fish and chips. Its location guarantees a good mix of tourists tired from walking the city to Murray Hill residents looking for a relaxed place to drink. Belly up to the bar and order one of the eight beers on tap, ranging from Smithwick's to Miller Lite, or try one of the international wines by the glass or bottle. During warm weather, the sidewalk seating can be quite pleasant, with thatched chairs spread out under a large awning. The interior is cozy, all red brick and vintage mirrors, lit by hanging string lights and a roaring fireplace.— Keith Wagstaff Read more about this New York bar or club >>

  • Desmond's Tavern

    433 Park Ave. S. New York, NY 10016
    212-684-9472 Opened in 1936, Desmond's Tavern is a traditional New York Irish bar, featuring live music Thursday through Saturday and a well-priced menu (corned beef sandwich with fries, $7). Fun without pretension, and with nice bartenders to boot, this large bar is a great place to grab a Guinness ($5) alone or with 30 of your friends. Read more about this New York bar or club >>

  • Distinguished Wakamba Cocktail Lounge

    Distinguished Wakamba Cocktail Lounge

    543 8th Ave. New York, NY 10018

    The Distinguished Wakamba Cocktail Lounge is a real New York find, the kind of place that's not supposed to exist anymore except in indie films about the '70s, but there it is. It's a hole-in-the-wall with a wacky ambience to match its name, making it way more textured than your average sports bar—or average anything. The lounge looks semi-tropical/safari-ish on the outside, and inside there are miniature mirrored grottoes backing the bar, giving the place a sort of Goodfellas-meets–Boca Raton touch. But the real foci are the multiple screens for those who watch sports events like they were Dancing With the Stars. The sign outside dutifully tells you the schedule: "12:30 Mets at Pirates; 7 p.m. Royals at Yankees; 8 p.m. Devils, Rangers, Game 6." Even more important is the price chart, which is especially delightful from noon to 5 p.m.: "$3 domestic beers, $4 imported, $5 well drinks." Drinking at noon? Sure, why not? At any time, this place draws stragglers from Penn Station and the Port Authority as well as the office crowd and some ready-to-unwind school personnel. Distinguished indeed. Read more about this New York bar or club >>

  • Failte Irish Whiskey Bar

    531 2nd Ave. New York, NY 10016

    There are close to 40 types of whiskey to choose from in this Irish meets arustic mansiona style bar. The bar itself is actually made out of a tree trunk that still has its bark. Upstairs the aesthetic is slightly different; there are antique couches, coffee tables, and a fireplace so you can sip your whiskey in front of the fire after a snack at the bar downstairs. Read more about this New York bar or club >>

  • The Ginger Man

    The Ginger Man

    11 E. 36th St. New York, NY 10016
    212-532-3740 The Ginger Man has an amazing amount of obtuse, foreign, and exquisite beer taps neatly showcased on the wall, as if an entomologist runs the place. This is where serious beer drinkers go. Sixty brews on tap, 120 in bottles. Find classics and yummy seasonal specialties, such as the spicy Weyerbacher Imperial Pumpkin Ale. The alcohol content might be high on these delicacies, but the earthy, antique-lamp-lit interior is kept sedate and tremendously pleasing by Ginger Man's low-key regulars. Read more about this New York bar or club >>

  • Happy Valley

    14 E. 27th St. New York, NY 10016
    212-481-2628 Jeremy Scott's designs are many things, but subtle is not one of them. The quirky fashion designer created the interior of this strangely named club, and the decor practically screams, "I was designed by a super-fabulous, downtown, ultra-gay fashionista!" Or it could be screaming, "Gay! I'm really fucking gay! Gay! Gay! Gay!" I couldn't tell, I'm going deaf. For most people, going to a club is ultimately about getting laid, so Scott decided to hammer that home with a mural behind the bar that depicts a woman's legs in thigh-high stockings and high heels, spread-eagled. From any angle, anyone getting a drink appears to have his head in a woman's crotch. Nice one! And since we are all starsaor wanna be starsawhat better way to make everyone feel famous than to have the walls plastered with big gold stars? I couldn't decide which design I liked best: the Saturday Night Fever lighted disco floor serving as the entrance to the bathrooms, the toilet seats and sinks adorned with disco ball mirrors, or the DJ boothaa gargantuan floating disco ball in the sky. The only thing that would have made the DJ booth more perfect would be if it rotatedawhich wouldn't be very fun for the DJ stuck inside, but would be fantastic for the rest of us. Read more about this New York bar or club >>

  • High Times Magazine

    419 Park Ave. S. New York, NY 10016

  • HK Lounge

    405 W. 39 St. New York, NY 10018

  • I Trulli Enoteca

    I Trulli Enoteca

    122 E. 27th St. New York, NY 10016
    212-481-7372 A visit to this pleasantly austere wine bar is an education in Italian wines, allowing you to sample barolos, brunellos, barbarescos, chiantis, proseccos, and vini dolci by the glass or, even better, in flights of three two-ounce tastings. But the snacks alone are worth a visit, including cheeses, cured meats, and olives, all from Italy. You can also order hot appetizers from the restaurant next door, including a memorable potage featuring black chick peas. The menu is seasonal. Read more about this New York bar or club >>

  • Jazz Standard

    Jazz Standard

    116 E. 27th St. New York, NY 10016
    212-576-2232 Below a barbeque restaurant, the Jazz Standard attracts jazz people who want a serene-all-'round evening. It also doubles as a kind of musical community center with programs such as 'Jazz for Kids.' Read more about this New York bar or club >>

  • Joshua Tree

    Joshua Tree

    513 3rd Ave. New York, NY 10016
    212-689-0058 A sports bar that fails to inspire awe like the gnarled yuccas of the Mojave Desert, Joshua Tree caters to folks in their early twenties who likely wish they were still in college. The joint has an extensive menu that ventures well beyond standard bar fare and serves 30 microbrews. It's a little bit fratty. Read more about this New York bar or club >>

  • Le Trapeze

    17 E. 27th St. New York, NY 10016

    Yes, Virginia, there still are sex clubs in New York City. Le Trapeze, around since the a80s, is a couples-only establishment where you and your honey can indulge in a good old-fashioned orgy in a safeaalbeit kinda creepyaenvironment. Although this writer must admit to never having been there, she hears that the female halves of the couples who frequent this club are far more attractive than the men. Read more about this New York bar or club >>

  • Mercury Bar

    Mercury Bar

    493 3rd Ave. New York, NY 10016
    212-683-2645 Not the Mercury Lounge. Very, very far from it. On game day, this Murray Hill sports bar can get as crowded as that Lower East Side rock club, full of horny twentysomething singles looking to score both on the field and off. The sister bar to the identically named Hell's Kitchen establishment, this place is a frat-guy-turned-middle-manageras paradise, complete with a large menu that includes lobster specials, as well as eleven TVs. See website for other locations. Read more about this New York bar or club >>

  • Mica Bar

    587 3rd Ave. New York, NY 10016

    Mica brings out the sexual best in young twenty-somethings via velvet curtains, golden ropes, candle-lit tables, and disarmingly low loveseats. The specialty cocktails are usually syrupy and strong. A full menu of tapas and other aAsian-inspireda goodies is best used for calming extreme tipsiness. Read more about this New York bar or club >>

  • Morgans Hotel Bar

    237 Madison Ave. New York, NY 10016

    A bit too velvety for its own good, the Morgan Hotel bar is adorned in frilly little rococo decorative touches, even though the crowd is diverse and the music here (usually spun by a DJ) is always up-to-date. An ornate list of clunky cocktails complements appetizers from the hotelas own pricey, fusion restaurant, Asia de Cuba. Soft recessed couches serve as good make-out pads when no one else is looking. Read more about this New York bar or club >>

  • Neogaea

    4 E. 28th St. New York, NY 10016

    Neogaea has big, cushy suede banquettes, but you can only sit on them if get bottle-service, which starts at $200. For those who are only slightly less luxurious (drinks are $15), thereas a long, resin bar, good for loitering/flirting/rapidly dropping $100. Read more about this New York bar or club >>

  • Paddy Reilly

    Paddy Reilly's Music Bar

    519 2nd Ave. New York, NY 10016

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