Popular Bars & Clubs in New York
The Standard Hotel's gorgeously refurbished top floors are now home to a bar, a cocktail lounge, a hot tub and a rooftop lounge.
The Long Island City boutique hotel's rooftop bar is a candlelit, 6,000-square-foot open-air garden lounge, offering tap beer and summery cocktails.
The handsome 300-person space is a music and party venue first, bar second.
When Cielo first opened it was—like most Meatpacking venues—a tad too exclusive for its own good, which inevitably lead to super-stiff patrons only looking to hang somewhere with a "name."
Beers in Heaven: Buddha Beer Bar.
At this West Village wine bar, have a cocktail.
Yet another dramatic addition to New York nightlife that seems to be basing its concept on exclusivity, Kiss & Fly—located in the former Aer space—isn’t only “selective,” but sets a new standard in showy nightspots designed to appeal to the ‘new New Yorker.'
A rowdy, handsome and unmarked music and party venue in the shadow of the Williamsburg Bridge.
I Think Someone's Been Bad Lately
Gorgeous, zany, eclectic and decidedly female, Provocateur's the split-personality nightclub now operating out of the Gansevoort.