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B Flat

Basement 277 Church St, New York New York NY United States

B Flat Owned and run by a pack of Angel's Share expats, this dark wood-paneled downstairs lounge bills itself as an "authentic bar." That means the straight-lined, Tokyo-style bar fronts a mesmerizing array of liquors, the deep, high-backed booths make good conversation spots, and each drink is carefully and lovingly crafted. Each drink is [more]


795 8th Avenue/ 48th Street, New York New York NY United States

Brand new space-- built from the ground up featuring three different floors with three different themes. Ground floor sports bar with televisions, second floor upscale bar, third floor lounge and rooftop with outdoor lounge. Serving lunch, dinner daily and weekend brunch. Bar menu items such as buffalo wings and steak sandwiches. Lounge [more]

Fette Sau

354 Metropolitan Ave, New York New York NY United States

Quick - name something Williamsburg hasn’t hipster-fied yet. If your answer was good old fashioned Southern BBQ, you are wrong. At least now you are, thanks to opening of Fette Sau in a Brooklyn space leased from an auto body shop’s parking lot. Fette Sau serves up your favorite smoked meats until the wee hours of the morning, and has an [more]

Village Pourhouse

64 Third Ave, New York New York NY United States

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]

PDT (Please Dont Tell)

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

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]


77 E 7th St, New York New York NY United States

Klimat In the East Village, this brand new ethnic bar is a more than welcome addition. Klimat is a dark, old-world style Eastern-European pub that attracts an eclectic clientele. With its wooden chairs, picnic tables, and a glass garage door that opens to the street, this East 7th Street beer and wine bar almost evokes a suburban backyard, [more]

Spanky’s BBQ

127 W 43rd St, New York New York NY United States

Spanky's BBQ Spanky's teases hungry customers with the heady smell of firewood, which is stacked to one side of the entrance vestibule. Once you're inside, the scent of spice-rubbed brisket lifts you to your table, a little red-and-white checked number outfitted with napkins and sauces. The decor really pushes the theme, with plenty calculated [more]