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Marquee New York

289 10th Ave, New York, NY 10001, United States, New York, New York NY United States

646-473-0202

Marquee Nightclub New York New York's premiere nightclub and event space. Come... let's party [more]

Terminal 5

610 West 56th Street, New York, New York NY United States

212-260-4700

Terminal 5 boasts a clean, open layout for the 40,000-square-foot multilevel venue. A main floor with the performance space features 40' ceilings, unobstructed sightlines, and state-of-the-art sound and lighting, and a first and second wrap-around mezzanine provides excellent views to the stage from all areas of the venue. Terminal 5 has three [more]

BB and R (Blonde, Brunette and Redhead)

1720 Second Avenue, Between 89, New York, New York NY (Upper East Side) United States

212-987-5555

A collaboration began by three best friends on a quest for the most Fun, Comfortable, Upscale (while still keeping a neighborhood feel) Bar and Lounge on the upper east side. All with vast experience in hospitality ranging from 3 star fine dining establishments to high end nightclubs and bars. [more]

PROMENADE NY

215 West 28th Street , New York, New York NY (Manhattan) United States

212-279-8150

Promenade NYC We've all heard the saying "Variety is the spice of life." And while this philosophy holds true in most aspects of day-to-day living, it seems the masterminds of the New York nightlife industry have forgotten what it means to mix things up. Unless one is prepared to club-hop around the city, a nightlife goer can expect an [more]

Heartland Brewery Midtown / Radio City

1285 6th Ave, New York, New York NY United States

(212) 582-8244

Heartland Brewery Midtown / Radio City Casual, loud and generally approachable, this chain brewery is a safe bet for groups and out-of-towners. Colorful paintings and exposed brick give the space a homey charm; ample private party space is a boon for company get-togethers and birthday celebrations. The menu offers the usual pub assortment [more]

Bohemian Hall and Beer Garden

29-19 24th Avenue, New York, New York NY (Astoria) United States

718-274-4925

Bohemian Hall & Beer Garden The Bohemian Hall is a part of New York City history. It boasts the last original remaining Beer Garden in all New York City where once there were hundreds. Bohemian Hall is run and managed by the Bohemian Citizens Benevolent Society, a Fraternal organization dedicated to preserving this precious piece of history [more]

Village Pourhouse

64 Third Ave, New York, New York NY United States

212-979-2337

Village Pourhouse An old time New York tavernA sexy European loungeA raucous college sports barA comped Vegas suite. With over 60 feet of bar length, 21 discreetly mounted high definition flat panel and projection televisions, a wood burning fireplace, a sports memorabilia gallery, The Village Pourhouse caters to all. With its convenient 3rd [more]

Heartland Brewery Union Square

35 Union Sq W, New York, New York NY United States

(212) 645-3400

Heartland Brewery Union Square After work, after the movies, after dinner, after a date, after the green market--this branch of the New York City brewpub chain works well to top off almost any casual day or night out without much hassle. Its dark wood interior and mix of high-top tables near the front bar and deep wooden booths toward the [more]

PDT (Please Dont Tell)

113 St Marks Pl, New York, New York NY United States

212-614-0386

PDT You may have already heard some buzz about PDT, the sneaky, underground, behavior-conscious speakeasy adjacent to Crif Dogs on St. Marks. PDT stands for Please Don't Tell. For you, we'll tell. We'll tell all. To get to PDT, walk down the four steps into Crif Dogs. Along the dive's left wall, you'll find a wooden phone booth from the [more]

Smith and Mills

71 N Moore St, New York, New York NY (Tribeca) United States

212-219-8568

SMITH AND MILLS Till now, late night in lower Tribeca meant two things: barren streets and even more barren bars. Lucky for you and your midnight single malt habit, help is here in the form of proletariat pub Smith and Mills. The passion project of Employees Only's Matt Abramcyk and Akiva Elstein, Smith and Mills is a tiny (think: walk-in [more]