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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]

The Grayson

16 1st Avenue, New York, New York NY (East Village) United States

212-510-8726

With over 45 HD TVs including 9 laser projectors there is no better place to catch your favorite games. THE GRAYSON boasts an extensive beer menu with over 40 beers, 20 drafts and 20 bottles, a well-crafted cocktail menu, an impressive list of fine wines, and full food menu ranging from top notch casual pub fare to delectable fine dining options. [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]

Black Rabbit

91 Greenpoint Ave, New York, New York NY (Brooklyn) United States

718-349-1595

Black Rabbit After fourteen years in the bar business, Kent Lanier (Carnegie Club) has staked out on his own in Greenpoint, at the Black Rabbit Bar. As soon as you’re in the door of this brand new Brooklyn bar, you’re met by a portrait of an elderly gentleman wearing a stern expression and an unruffled suit. “He’s the original [more]

Whistlin Dixie`s Texas Tavern

714 11th Ave., New York, New York NY (Manhattan) United States

212-349-4370

Whistlin Dixie's Texas Tavern With bartenders and waitress sporting Daisy Dukes and wifebeaters, and a bar offering up 22 Signature Frozen Drinks and 38 varieties of Tequila, expect a wild, rocking good time. The menu is described a fusion of Authentic Mexican and Continental American Cuisines with a profound Texan Flare. All the [more]

SB3

33 Avenue B, New York, New York NY (East Village) United States

(212) 228-4461

SB3 This East Village bar is a cozy, down-to-earth spot that fits right into the neighborhood. With French doors opening out into the street in the warm weather, SB3 is an ideal people-watching spot. But this is no old school Alphabet City dive. With its sidewalk hostess station, high bar-style seating and a menu half-filled with bottle [more]

Spanky’s BBQ

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

212-575-5848

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]

Blind Pig

233 E 14th St, New York, New York NY United States

212-209-1573

Blind Pig As the placards in the restrooms will inform you, Blind Pig referred to "an establishment used for selling and drinking alcoholic beverages" during Prohibition. Drawing inspiration from that era's speakeasies (a copper-tiled ceiling, oak tables), this saloon strikes a perfect balance between comfort and sophistication. With its [more]

Johnny Utah`s

25 W 51st St, New York, New York NY United States

212-265-UTAH

Johnny Utah's Johnny Utah's is not your usual themed restaurant. Living the Johnny Utah's experience begins with the food of the vaqueros. These cowboys were the first to come north from Mexico in the sixteenth century, crossing our trails in search of new land to pioneer. They brought the rich and mystic combination of spices and flavors which [more]

Spitzer`s Corner

101 Rivington St, New York, New York NY (Lower East Side) United States

212-228-0027

Spitzer’s Corner Spitzer’s Corner captures the essence of a true European gastropub, with a LES spin. The bar and restaurant is named after the former 50-year-old dress shop previously occupied by the prime corner space. Owners and brother-duo Will and Rob Shamlian have created seven establishments between Los Angeles and New York, [more]