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  • Garfield's

    274 4th Ave. Brooklyn, NY 11215-1819

  • George Street Playhouse

    9 Livingston Ave., New Brunswick, NJ New Brunswick, NJ 08901

  • Ginny's Supper Club

    310 Lenox Ave. New York, NY 10027

  • Glazz

    7951 Albion Avenue New York, NY 11373

  • The Good Coffeehouse

    53 Prospect Park W. & 2nd St. Brooklyn, NY 11215

  • Goodbye Blue Monday

    Goodbye Blue Monday

    1087 Broadway Brooklyn, NY 11221
    718-453-6343 In recent years, it's become common to see Bushwick bars double as daytime coffee shops and live performance spaces. Goodbye Blue Monday hits that aesthetic, and a little more. From the creative DIY sign outside to their funky collection of art inside, the characteristics of this bar might be off-putting or overwhelming at first. But by embracing the neighborhood's gentrification, Goodbye Blue Monday has become a go-to spot for freelancers. A day begins with coffee, free wifi, brunch, then moves into happy hour, some comedy or music, booze (only beer and wine, though), and perhaps a late night bite from the kitchen, which closes at midnight. Top it off with a two dollar PBR, and it's possible to spend an entire day at Goodbye Blue Monday. And the easy-going bartenders won't mind, either. --Briana Cheng More >>

  • Governors Island

    Governors Island

    10 S. New York, NY 10004
    212-514-8296 A decommissioned military base just west of Brooklyn, this tiny island has tours of the historic forts that protected New York. The ferry over is $5. More >>

  • Gowanus Arts Building

    295 Douglass St. Staten Island, NY 10304

  • Gowanus Grove

    Gowanus Grove

    400 Carroll St. Brooklyn, NY 11231 This appropriately named outdoor space--formerly the BKLYN Yard, formerly The Yard--sits on the Gowanus Canal, but jacks the industrial bent of the neighborhood for a more floral take. Sure, there are factories and a water tower looming over the waterside lot. But the overgrown, wooded space makes for an attractive place to catch a beat-heavy vinyl set. The Mister Sunday dance parties have long been a favorite of the Grove’s more exuberant pilgrims, weather-permitting, and highlighted that a vacant industrial lot can still bounce with an abundance of spirit--nothing says dance party like cast stretches of concrete. The filth of the superfunded Gowanus Canal might turn some off for its pollution, but even the stroller crowds from nearby Clinton Hill and Park Slope have even been known to bring the little ones down to the Grove for one of its parties, film screenings, or some live comedy. --Dale Eisinger More >>

  • Grand Army Plaza, Central Library Auditorium

    Grand Army Plaza Brooklyn, NY 11238

  • Grand Ballroom

    311 W. 34th St. New York, NY 10036

  • Grand Harmony Restaurant

    98 Mott St. New York, NY 10013

  • Grand Victory

    Grand Victory

    245 Grand St. Brooklyn, NY 11211

  • The Granite Room at City Hall Restaurant

    The Granite Room at City Hall Restaurant

    131 Duane St. New York, NY 10013
    212-227-7777 Anything that swims is recommended at this Wall Streeteras hangout that seeks to re-create the (mainly imaginary) two-fisted eating halls of yesteryear. The trio of barrel herring--creamed, onioned, and carawayed--is so striking you can ignore the dull potato salad in the middle. Pan roasts, raw oysters, shrimp cocktails, and, especially, she-crab soup were all flawless, as was the touted burger, much too good for its garnish of iceberg and wooden supermarket tomato. Skip the low-on-flavor lamb saddle and signature Delmonico steakaunimproved by its mantle of blue cheeseain favor of any of the daily grilled fish. More >>

  • Green Building

    452 Union St. Brooklyn, NY 11231

  • Greenhouse

    539 W. 21st New York, NY 10008

  • The Grisly Pear

    The Grisly Pear

    107 MacDougal St. New York, NY 10012
    212-529-3808 The grisliest part of the Grisly Pear is Friday Night Karaoke, in which participants bomb and butcher '70s one-hit wonders to the cheers of a small but endlessly enthusiastic (and sublimely woozy) crowd. The Pear's exterior is nondescript (literally--there's not even a sign), a stark contrast to kitschy Cafe Wha? and falafel hub Mamoun's on the same street. Likewise, the bar is just as modest: cheap wooden interior, low ceilings, a couple of TVs, and $10 pitchers of beer to bolster the ego for another round of karaoke. More >>

  • Gypsy Tea

    33 W. 24th St. New York, NY 10005