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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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  • BarBossa

    232 Elizabeth St. New York, NY 10012

  • Eight Mile Creek

    Eight Mile Creek

    240 Mulberry St. New York, NY 10012
    212-431-4635 Eight Mile Creek, a fairly new establishment with a mix of Aussie soul and New York class, has an upstairs restaurant lit by tiny candles that offers emu carpaccio, spiced kangaroo, and oyster meat pie (the great Aussie football food). Downstairs, a spunky collection of mostly Australian bartenders serves from an extensive list of the country's wines. And on Anzac day in January, the bar pumps out Australian rock and country songs--yes, "Waltzing Matilda" has its moment--while burly expats and visiting gals gulp down pints of Foster's and South Australian semillon. Read more about Eight Mile Creek >>

  • Gatsby


    63 Spring St. New York, NY 10012
    212-334-4430 A red bar with cushy seats and candles, Gatsbyas attracts more of a drunk Soho crowd than a literary crowd. Not too crowded during the week, but be prepared for a mash on weekends. Read more about Gatsby's >>

  • Lair

    201 Lafayette St. New York, NY 10012

  • Lure Fishbar

    Lure Fishbar

    142 Mercer St. New York, NY 10012
    212-431-7676 For a moment not long ago, it looked as though Lure Fishbar would fish no further. Billionaire landlord Peter Brant was vying for a substantial rent hike, and owner John McDonald argued that his almost-10-year-old restaurant couldn’t survive the squeeze. So the restaurant’s high-profile celebrity and media clientele took #SaveLureFishbar to the Twitter and reeled in a win: McDonald and Brant negotiated a new 10-year lease, and the subterranean nautical oddity sailed into smoother waters. Which means chef-partner Josh Capon can continue putting out some of the freshest catches in town in a dining room styled to look like a yacht: porthole-evoking windows here and there, dark-wood beams angling overhead, cozy modular spaces at sleek ocean-liner pitches. It’s a full-on sushi experience in a markedly non-Zen setting, but settle into a plush semicircular booth for supple, melt-in-your-mouth raw offerings that practically flop off the rice they’re bedded on. Capon also trafficks in hand rolls and oysters, crudos and tartares; Lure digs deep in the raw-fish trenches, and if you’re dining here, so should you. If you like your fish cooked, find fetchingly prepared specimens, whole or filleted, grilled or steamed, in savory broths and curries. If it’s good enough for the stars that pack the house nightly, it’s good enough for you. Read more about Lure Fishbar >>

  • Milano

    Milano's Bar

    51 E. Houston St. New York, NY 10012

    This 125-year old bar has swinging saloon doors, tin ceilings, and walls smeared in yellowed, decaying photos of old patrons and parties. Most people (men) here are regulars with exceedingly high levels of tolerance. When it comes to jukebox commandeering, try not to interfere with their requests. Read more about Milano's Bar >>

  • Pegu Club

    Pegu Club

    77 W. Houston St. New York, NY 10012
    212-473-7348 Behind an unassuming red door branded with the crest of a glowing lion, the stark and Southeast Asian-inspired Pegu Club waits. There, in a gold-tinted room of rich mahogany fixtures, kimono-clad waitresses serve you extraordinary cocktail delicacies, such as the Earl Great MarTEAni, a mixture of Earl Grey-infused gin, fresh-squeezed lemon juice, and raw egg white. It's creamy, it's smoother than velvet, it capitalizes the word "Cocktail," and, like every other drink on the menu, it's totally worth 13 bucks. Read more about Pegu Club >>

  • Spring Lounge

    Spring Lounge

    48 Spring St. New York, NY 10012
    212-965-1774 Spring Lounge is more loved in this area for what it is not: not a club with a gimmick, not a Schrager-and-Starck hotel bar, not a tiny, hush-hush subterranean wine or sake cave (of which there are many). If Nolita could ever conceivably have its own Cheers, this would be itaa popular happy-hour hang for those who live or work in the area, with the TV going during big games, reasonably-priced pitchers of beer, and a consistently long line for the toilet. Read more about Spring Lounge >>

  • Temple Bar

    Temple Bar

    332 Lafayette St. New York, NY 10012
    212-925-4242 Temple Bar's red velvet and mahogany furniture, not to mention the extensive martini menu, oozes sophistication. The staff conducts themselves with a certain amount of decorum, never flinching when you ask for another bowl of the complimentary veggie chipsaan odd choice in snacks for such a swank establishment. The drinks are intense, so on the way out concentrate on walking correctly, which is the easiest way to maintain Temple's chic aura after you leave. Read more about Temple Bar >>

  • Vig Bar

    Vig Bar

    12 Spring St. New York, NY 10012
    212-625-0011 Patrons from Sweet & Vicious across the street usually spillover into cozy Vig Bar, which is not so much destination spot as bar compromise. Velvet curtains near the doorway block traffic from the outside, a DJ crams his selection into a miniature booth, and occupants on Vig's plush couches always try futilely to dance in the three-feet-wide lounge space. Read more about Vig Bar >>