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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.
Forum

Forum

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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  • 46 Grand

    46 Grand St. New York, NY 10013
    212-219-9311

    The small and deep-blue environs of 46 Grand subtly sit in hip-hop splendor without the annoying thug wannabes. And although there's no camera crew in sight, the diversely good-looking lads and lassies mingling to Eve and Alicia Keys's "Gangsta Lovin' " set the mood for pretending you're shooting a video in Soho. I grab one of the few high chairs by the silver-piped candlelit bar and order a dirty martini from the beautiful Asian bartendress with charcoal-smoked eyes. While surveying the crowdaschmoozy fashionista types and guys in Triple Five Soul cavorting on banquettes over bottles of MAPetaI realize, why rely on television, when you can have the real thing? Read more about 46 Grand >>

  • Albella Ristorante & Bar

    Albella Ristorante & Bar

    10 Reade St. New York, NY 10007
    212-267-5900

    http://www.albellany.com

  • Anotheroom

    Anotheroom

    249 W. Broadway New York, NY 10013
    212-226-1418

    http://www.theroomsbeerandwine.com A small bar with large windows and a minimalist vibe, Another Room caters to couples and small groupsacertainly not wild parties. The bar has an excellent wine list and a solid selection of imported Belgian beer, and the mellow vibe means no one needs to raise their voice to be understood, even with Thievery Corporation playing in the background. Patrons spill out front onto picnic tables during the summer. Read more about Anotheroom >>

  • Antarctica

    287 Hudson St. New York, NY 10013
    212-352-1666

    http://www.antarcticabar.com There's nothing icy about Antarctica; this unpretentious after-work dive exudes warmth, with a rock 'n' roll jukebox, good beer choices, plenty of pretzels, and a pool table. On "name night," you drink for free if your name matches the one they picked out of a bag. The bar also offers free wireless Internet access. Read more about Antarctica >>

  • N Bar New York

    N Bar New York

    33 Crosby St. New York, NY 10013
    212-219-8856

    Ñ (pronounced "enya"), is narrow as a pencil, with two copper-topped bars and little additional seating. After a steady diet of Spanish reds and headache-inducing sangria at most tapas joints, we welcomed the lengthy list of reasonably priced sherries. The companion vittles were admirably suited to the small size of the establishment. We liked the little empanadas of tuna, toasts smeared with olive puree and pimento, and an incredible plate of spinach sauteed with ground almonds that had an exotic North African flavor. Read more about N Bar New York >>

  • City Winery

    City Winery

    155 Varick St. New York, NY 10013
    212-608-0555

    http://www.citywinery.com Everything you need to know about City Winery: wine, wine, wine, cheese, wine. This massive (21,000 square feet!), Mediterranean-styled wine bar and music venue offers patrons a "Build-a-Barrel" special, which involves selecting crimson-colored grapes from the Olsen Family Vineyard, investing in an American Oak barrel, and then aging your own Pinot Noir. As for the menu, your meal of choice is dictated by one of the 500 varieties of wine available. Equally eclectic artists perform in front of stacked wine barrels; private parties dine among fruit-smelling, wine-making equipment downstairs; main-area guests access a tap that pumps up home-brewed ruby goodness straight from the cellar. Read more about City Winery >>

  • Club Remix

    27 Park Place New York, NY 10007
    212-267-5252

  • Headline Coffee Bar

    250 Broadway New York, NY 10007-2501
    212-608-0393

  • Lilly O'Briens

    67 Murray St. New York, NY 10007
    212-732-1592

  • M by Megu

    M by Megu

    62 Thomas St. New York, NY 10013
    212-964-7777

    http://www.megurestaurants.com Subtlety isn't exactly a virtue here. A humongous temple bell, weighing more than 800 lbs, hangs over an intricate Buddha ice sculpture in the main dining room. Everything exudes sleekness and sex appeal, from the smooth leather banquettes to the glowing red mural. As you can imagine, this place attracts a lot of high rollers; fortunately, the 13,000-square-foot restaurant can hold them all. The kitchen prides itself on its Kobe beef from Japan and its cousin Wagyu beef from the United States. They serve it wrapped around foie gras, grilled on a river stone, and raw and thinly sliced on an igloo of ice. There is also a serious sushi menu and a long list of Asian-style entrees. Serious big spenders can opt for the seven-course prix fixe menu ($145) with an available wine or sake pairing. If you're having a drink in the upstairs lounge overlooking the dining room, you have plenty of choices; the wine list reaches 600 varieties and there are more than 60 types of sake.—Keith Wagstaff Read more about M by Megu >>

  • M1-5

    M1-5

    52 Walker St. New York, NY 10013
    212-965-1701

    http://www.m1-5.com Like many Tribeca establishments, M1-5 has the edifying spaciousness of a warehouse. On slower nights, this leaves the perimeter of the 18-foot-ceilinged room--featuring a cabana section with zebra-pattern cushions, a pool table area, and an entire wall dedicated to, again, zebra-pattern cushions--feeling quiet lonely, which happily encourages the crowd of after-work types to gravitate toward the center of the room, an ovular bar with an extended "halfsy hour" (six-plus hours of half-off drinks during weekdays). And though there are eight plasma televisions surrounding this hub, the sound is always turned off. The Jay-Z-blasting DJ knows he's better at setting the mood, anyway. Read more about M1-5 >>

  • Macao Trading Company

    Macao Trading Company

    311 Church St. New York, NY 10013
    212-431-8750

    http://www.macaonyc.com

  • The Moonlight Mile

    The Moonlight Mile

    200 Franklin St. New York, NY 10013
    718-398-3904

  • Nancy Whiskey Pub

    Nancy Whiskey Pub

    1 Lispenard St. New York, NY 10013
    212-226-9943

    http://www.nancywhiskeypub.com Ah, Nancy Whiskey Pub, the acclaimed dive bar where the Bud flows for $2.50 a pint and is served with an extra hit of sass. Ben Westhoff selected this quintessential watering hole for our "New York's Best Dive Bars" feature: "At the best dive bars, misery and dread are balanced by elation and poorly reasoned optimism," he writes. This is borne out by the chatty, tight-knit collective of regulars continually mustering up the stamina for another round of shuffleboard (which dominates a sizable portion of the room), and by the bartender who occasionally whips out a tambourine and smacks it to the White Stripes' "Dead Leaves and the Dirty Ground." This calamity will rouse you from whatever reverie you may be having at the time, and you'll be grateful. Read more about Nancy Whiskey Pub >>

  • Ninja

    Ninja

    25 Hudson St. New York, NY 10013
    212-274-8500

    http://www.ninjanewyork.com

  • No Moore

    234 W. Broadway New York, NY 10013
    212-925-2595

  • The Odeon

    The Odeon

    145 W. Broadway New York, NY 10013
    212-233-0507

    http://www.theodeonrestaurant.com The once no-manas land of Tribeca may be given over to trillion-dollar lofts and celebrity-funded restaurants; the glammy-meets-seedy New York of Jay McInerneyas Bright Lights, Big City, well and gone. The Odeon still stands through it all, almost like a mini monument to former customers Warhol, Basquiat, and their Bolivian marching powder. A fashionable, moneyed crowd still fills up the banquettes regularly to wolf down $15 brasserie burgers and $9.50 cosmos, that a80s drink of choice. Read more about The Odeon >>

  • The Patriot Saloon

    The Patriot Saloon

    110 Chambers St. New York, NY 10007
    212-748-1162

    From the anecdotally absurd people that brought you aThe Village Idiota comes this two-level lounge and bar with a country-and-western theme. Although they donat make their own unique drink creation, they specialize in drinks that are cheap. So grab your inexpensive drink and sit amongst the slightly jarring combination of old-rustic-meets-weird art and take a load off. Read more about The Patriot Saloon >>

  • Raccoon Lodge

    Raccoon Lodge

    59 Warren St. New York, NY 10007
    212-227-9894

  • Toad Hall

    Toad Hall

    57 Grand St. New York, NY 10013
    212-431-8145

    Bits of froggy memorabilia-plush toys, statues, figurines, etc.-are in abundance at Toad Hall, a dive bar in the spirit of foppish amphibian Mr. Toad, star of the beloved children's book The Wind in the Willows. In fact, a stuffed-animal version of the critter resides among the empty beer bottles and various doodads that clutter the mahogany bar. Mr. Toad was known for his impulsive recklessness, but regulars here are anything but. They merrily trade pool sticks in the back and relax along the cushion-lined brick walls in between turns. The others, a collective of cheerful and low-maintenance drinkers, reach for a reliable gin & tonic or one of the Bud alternatives (like the citrus-scented Hoegaarden) on tap, soaking in this whimsical intersection of child fantasy and adult playground. Read more about Toad Hall >>

  • Top Notch Male Strippers

    135 Reade St. New York, NY 10013
    646-845-9174

    http://www.topnotchmalestrippers.com

  • Tribeca Tavern

    Tribeca Tavern

    247 W. Broadway New York, NY 10013
    212-941-7671

    This block-long safe haven for bottled beer extends from West Broadway to 6th Avenue. Walk through the main entrance and you'll pass a seated nook decorated with Chinese lanterns; wander a little further and you'll find a pool table and a hallway-sized bar area with daunting, oversized menus listing 75+ bottles of beer, ranging from U.S. favorites, to, uh, Denmark favorites. The taps are less plentiful, of course, but they get the job done: Youngsters can enjoy their PBR, while wizened brewsters head straight for Six Point Sweet Action, a cream ale. Everyone gets along. Read more about Tribeca Tavern >>

  • Weather Up

    Weather Up

    159 Duane St. New York, NY 10013
    212-766-3206

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