Besides great views, The Standard hotel also has NY's hippest beer garden. The menu, designed by Michelin-starred chef Kurt Gutenbrunner, includes fat, flavor-packed sausages and plus-size pretzels. Read more.
Christina Tosi of Momofuku Milk Bar says "it’s a great stop-in on St Marks that’s been a passed on from friend to friend as a place to grab a drink and talk." Read more.
Our Readers' Choice WINNER for Best Sports Bar. Watch NFL/MLB/Colleage action at this sports fan dream with a 60 ft bar, 21 mounted TVs and 50 bottles and 24 draughts from every beer-loving countries. Read more.
Lots of big acts play semi-secret shows here taped for MTV + $5 Draft Specials & $4 Whiskey Shots during shows! Delicioso! TW ♥'s Studio at Webster Hall! Read more.
Get a pitcher of their white sangria (best I've ever had.) Great atmosphere and great food! Read more.
The ambiance is fantastic and it’s what really drew us in. Lofted ceilings, exposed brick, vines growing up the wall in a beautiful outdoor garden is reason enough to stop by for a drink. Read more.
Everyone knows this swanky Chelsea lounge is no rookie in New York's nightlife scene. But you may not know how baller its Monday night party is. Read more.
During an RS cover story interview, Lady Gaga and her friend Perez Hilton reminisced about drunken late-night snack runs at this mini-chain of Mexican spots. Read more.
Come here for the Champagne Campaign. Every night from 10 p.m. until closing, all 16 bottles of Champagne on the list are available at 50 percent off the regular price. Read more.
The drink list is split into $9 "classic" and $12 "alchemist" cocktails. On the food side there's a handful of $5 charcuterie plates, cheeses and small, cocktail-friendly bites. Read more.
Find 700 beers (32 on tap for all your growler needs) and bar nibbles, in case you prefer to stay and drink your beer at this new Lower East Side shop. Read more.
Vibe? Homey Known for? A selection of killer cocktails like the Bedford Cruise (Vodka, fresh watermelon juice, lemon juice, agave, soda) & Bermuda Black(Rum lime, fresh ginger juice, angostura & IPA) Read more.
Try the house gin and tonic, a complex cocktail with little in common with your garden-variety G&T. It’s one of our #100best dishes and drinks of 2011. Read more.
Cocktails are $5 during happy hour (compared to the usual $13). The two most popular are the Delancey Farm and the Moscow Five Points with Chinese 5 spice, agave and fresh muddled ginger. Read more.
Try the Green Horny, a carbonated vodka drink bottled in-house, or the Blackheart made from bourbon, maraschino liqueur, orange oils and coffee. Read more.
Standout drinks are the unusual Honey-Nut Old Fashioned and the Hudson Breeze Fizz, a gin and brandy drink balanced with baked apple foam. Read more.
The Upper East Side. Ruairi Curtin. Irish Gastropub. Try - Spiced beef sandwich (cured for 40 days, spiced in house for four days, then slow roasted for six hours). Cocktails made with Irish whiskey. Read more.
Aside from cutting hair & shaving, the Blind Barber has a full-service bar with beer, wine & cocktails including the house special Sweeney Todd (whiskey, egg white, honey syrup, lemon juice). Read more.
There are flawless standards here—a strapping Manhattan, a tingly champagne cocktail fizzing w/ sugar & Angostura bitters—but big-swinging bar talents really come out to play w/ their original drinks. Read more.
Order the herbaceous Broken Mirror Skyscraper. A mix of absinthe, lime & muddled mint—w/ dandelion & burdock bitters—is chilled with slow-melting ice. It’s one of our #100best dishes & drinks of 2011. Read more.