Bars

 

The Best Bars To Visit In New York City?

We know you’re tired of going to the same bars with the same scene, same people, and same music. “Mix things up and visit a few hidden “Gems”.

The Happiest Hour

The Happiest Hour

121 W 10th St
New York NY 10011
212- 243-2827

?New York cocktail bars are ones that take their food at least half as seriously as their vodka. The Happiest Hour falls into this category. The Happiest Hour is one of those rare hybrid bars that’s a one stop shop for those nights you just need to blow off some steam.

ATTO Prime Meats & Seafood

Atto offers lunch and dinner daily, along with all day bar and lounge dining.  Soon an a la carte breakfast will be served Monday through Friday, while a buffet morning meal will be offered on weekends.

 

ATTO Prime Meats & Seafood

120 E 39TH Street

New York, NY 10016

212.433.4393

La Piscine at Hotel American-Rooftop Bars

La Piscine at Hotel American-Rooftop BarsThe Happiest Hour

518 W 27th St,
New York, NY 10001
212-216-0000

This rooftop lounge and pool bar is always buzzing with a sophisticated artsy-crowd overlooking the High Line. Get there early to sip on cocktails or arrive later to get your groove on as the DJ gets the party going and the roof deck transforms into a dance floor.

 

Cazal Mezcal

Caza Mezal

86 Orchard Street
New York, NY 10003

?(212) 777-2600

How about a “tequila library” in Midtown that has a 400-bottle list of South of the Border spirits, and if you’re looking for all that plus tacos and chili-infused margaritas, Casa Mezcal is definitely it.

Hi Life Bar and Grill

Hi Life Bar and Grill

477 Amsterdam Ave.
New York, NY 10024

212-787-7199

 

A vintage diner like restaurant that serves upscale diner food by day and pours cocktails by night. The only thing better than Happy Hour is Happy Hour with food. Hi-Life is one of the Westside’s most popular and longstanding neighborhood restaurants (est. 1991). Specials on cocktails daily from 4pm-7pm.

Blossom Restaurant

Blossom Restaurant

187 NINTH AVE

(212)627-1144

Blossom is located ?in three Manhattan neighborhoods. This meatless restaurant has a cocktail bar and nice wine list. Pamela Blackwell the owner stated “She started Blossom in 2005 when vegan food was not as popular as it is today”.

RED BAMBOO

RED BAMBOO

140 WEST 4TH STREET

NEW YORK, NY
(212)260-7049

Red Bamboo is a reasonably priced vegetarian restaurant, friendly staff and great service, but when it come to buffalo wings it’s like biting into a piece of heaven. Their ice cream and dessert definitely makes you want to stick around.

Alta Linea

Alta Linea

The High Line Hotel Garden
180 Tenth Avenue
New York City 10011

212-933-9735

 

Alta Linea rustic Italian menu features frito misto with calamari, shrimp and lemon aioli, fluke crudo with mint and pineapple. Alta Linea consistently pleases with various salads and more. Desserts Ice cream sandwiches in flavors like caramel and strawberry shortcake are also on the menu. Open during warm weather months only.

Agave

Agave

140 7th Ave S,

New York, NY 10014

212-989-2100

How about a tequila-heavy classic margarita and flavored renditions ranging from prickly pear to blood orange for just $5 from 4pm-7pm, along side delicious appetizers like discounted empanadas, chips and guacamole, crab spinach dip and other treats like $2 tacos. Sounds like a steal.

Berry Park

Berry Park

Rooftop, 4 Berry St
Brooklyn, NY 11249

718-782-2829

??A European beer list with an expansive rooftop are the draws at this German-accented barroom. It’s got a bit of a hipster vibe with a fun crowd. This is a brewery, so they expect you to sample the variety of small batch brews on tap.

Gansevoort/Plunge

Gansevoort/Plunge

18 9th Ave,
New York, NY 10014
212-660-6736

??Indoor/outdoor lounge atop the hip Gansevoort Hotel with city views, swimming pool and a lively scene. Offering 360 degree views of the city and serving perfectly blended cocktails.

The Lately

The Lately

357 West 16th Street

New York, NY 10011

Your new favorite bar in Chelsea has arrived! If you are looking for one of the best moscow mule in NYC that will make you literally wanting to get up and dance or just and old fashioned drink with some awesome finger food, The Lately would be the place to go. Ask about  the daily special cocktail of the day which will always be something different for everyone to enjoy. Don’t forget to tell a friend!

MAYAHUEL

MAYAHUEL

304 E 6th Street

New York NY 10003

?212- 253-5888

This tequila-focused speakeasy spot is serving a host of mezcals. Their cocktail menu features upwards of 50 cocktails with all pallets in mind.

Vamos Tacos & Tequila

Vamos Tacos & Tequila

348 1st Avenue

New York, NY 10010

(212) 358-7800

Tacos, music & margaritas fuel the scene at this lively rainbow-colored Mexican hangout. This one is kind of the reverse, but, buy five frozen margaritas or glasses of sangria for $6 each and get a free entree.

BY CHLOE

BY CHLOE

185 BLEECKER STREET

NEW YORK, NY 10012
(212) 290-8000

By Chloe is becoming well known in New York City as one of the go to locations for vegan food with flavor. The food is comforting, satisfying, and — crucial these days — easy Instagram bait.

Amelie

Amelie

22 West 8th Street

New York, NY

212-533-2962

Every fine wine connoisseur’s dream is to find a bar that can accommodate. This Greenwich Village Bar is that and more. Sip Sauvignon Blanc and Grenache/Carignan for just $6. Well this is your spot!

Happy Hour at Freehold Brooklyn

Freehold Brooklyn

45 S,Third Street

Brooklyn NY

 

Everything half off!! All week you can head to Freehold Brooklyn in Williamsburg and enjoy half off everything at the bar…. yes you heard us correctly everything half off during happy hour from 12pm- 7pm( all cocktails, beer and wine -weekdays only). Tuesday only enjoy $1 oysters. Sounds good!

Butterfly Soho

Butterfly Soho

60 Thompson St
New York, NY 10012

If you enjoy a mid-century modern living room look and feel with Italian bar snacks, this upstairs lobby lounge is now very modern and stylish and outfitted with a wide array of mid-century furniture and a zinc bar.

Butterfly Soho

60 Thompson Street

New York, NY, 10012

Chocolat Bar in Harlem

Chocolat Bar in Harlem

120th Street

Harlem, NY 10026

?212- 222-4545

Whether its a specialty cocktail at their soft, blue lit bar during happy hour or a small bite to eat, Chocolat Restaurant Lounge is sure to stimulate your appetite from the moment you enter.

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Hotel Chantelle

Hotel Chantelle

92 Ludlow Street

New York, NY 10002

(212) 254-9100

This rooftop spot serving a fun french menu, as well as champagne and creative cocktails under the stars. Elegant and comfortable, the rooftop is retractable and has decorated lamp post lighting, park benches, and draping floral greeneries. Brunch isn’t bottomless, but certainly cheap: mimosas, bellinis, and Bloody Marys are all $4.92, and there are two cocktails for $0.92! Sounds like our kinda of brunch spot!

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Superiority Burger

Superiority Burger 

430 E. 9TH STREET

NEW YORK, NY 10009

(212) 256-1192

 

(?closed on Tuesday)

 

There famous veggie burger is mouth watering and bursting with flavor. The New York Times just gave two stars to this veggie-burger shop. The have also mastered the way to make a delicious vegan cold pizza salad.

Sangria 46

Sangria 46

338 W 46th Street

(8th & 9th)
New York, NY 10036

 

Sangria 46 is a place to savor the flavors, the music, and the warmth of Spanish and Latin American cultures, all in a relaxed and friendly atmosphere. They are famous for their seven flavors of Sangria and delicious Tapas.

The Waylon

The Waylon

736 Tenth Ave
HELL’S KITCHEN
New York, NY 10019

 

 

Come hang out with The Waylon Boys. They have all your Country needs and the best bar and kitchen crew in the neighborhood. You can bet on that. Daily cocktails and food specials for everyone. Live Music every Thursday.

Habana Outpost Brooklyn

Habana Outpost Brooklyn

757 Fulton Street

Brooklyn NY

718- 858-9500

New Yorkers say Habana Outpost has the best frozen mojitos for just $9, along with some great choices of free movie selections on a projected screen during movie nights. The corn on the cob for $3.50 has been ringing bells. Stop by and judge for yourself. Don’t forget to ask about the kids corner if your traveling with children.