Bar Clubs Speakeasy Fancy spots Manhattan Brooklyn NYC

Angel’s Share

8 Stuyvesant St

A hidden gem perfect for a rendezvous with your paramour.

Astor Pl 6 C8


Bigelow Pharmacy

414 Sixth Ave

A beauty emporium, opened in 1838, still catering to the choosiest clientele. - West 4 ACEBDFM B8


Jane Carousel

Brooklyn Bridge Park DUMBO BK

Watch the Brooklyn and Manhattan Bridges pass by as you ride on this old time carousel on the banks of the East River. - York F D10


Le Bain The Standard

Possibly the most famous of the hotel rooftop bars for its hot tubs where revelers enjoy a little soak while getting doused.

14 St - ACE or limo like ‘verybody else C8


Loeb Central Park Boathouse

If your sweetheart isn’t willing to paddle, you can always opt for the gondola complete with your own private gondoliere. - Central Park B4



74 Wythe St, Williamsburg BK

Where you can still enjoy your electronica EDM with a $10 drink on a rooftop.

Bedford Ave L E8


Back Room

102 Norfolk St or Suffolk St - its a speakeasy

The original 20s speakeasy where booze is served in teacups, a quaint throwback to the clandestine days of Prohibition.


Bourgeois Pig

11 E 7th St

Baroque velvet upholstery as smooth as the cocktails. - 1 Ave L C8



240 E 9th St East Village

Underground Japanese sake bar where you might need a dictionary or a hot translator to order.

Astor Pl 6 C8


Ear Inn

326 Spring St SoHo

Where the mariners used to unload and vent about their love conquests.

Spring St CE C9


Employees Only

510 Hudson St West Village

Specialty mixology in a wood-paneled lounge harkening back to NY’s roaring twenties.

Christopher St 1 B8





281 W 12th St West Village

Where it’s “Ladies night” every night.  - 14 St - ACEL C8


The Cock

29 Second Ave LES

Full frontal view of Empire State Building.2 Ave F C9



61 Christopher St West Village

Where the guests are indistinguishable from the performers.

Christopher St 1 B8


Flaming Saddles

793 9th Ave Hell’s Kitchen

At $8 a glass and dancing bartenders, by far the best deal in town.

50 St CE B5






Glasshouse Carousel in Battery Park

Before going fooding or drinking at some fancy places in Stone street get some ballet with fish and mermaids

Battery Park - 1RW - B11

you can still enjoy your electronica EDM with a $10 drink on a rooftop.

Bedford Ave L E8


Pegu Club

77 West Houston SoHo

An homage to the cocktail, this Greenwich Village bar lounge features the stylings of expert mixologists in a discreet space with colonial sensibility harking back to Southeast Asia in the early 20th Century. - West 4 ACEBDFM C8




Behind a phone booth on St. Marks before Ave. A.

Close to the hot dog joint. Need reservation (212) 614-0386 or - Astor Pl 6 C8



Santos Party House

96 Lafayette St, Chinatown

Live music, new record releases, avant garde sound systems, doesn’t get any better than this.

Canal St 456 C9



95 Pearl St FiDi

Characters of American Psycho are alive and well at FiDi bar or try the Iron Horse with its own adult swing. - Wall St 23 C11




Fat Cat

75 Christopher St West Village

The cheapest, funnest best live jazz in town...with pool, ping-pong and chess until 5am. Christopher St 1 B8


Little Branch

20 Seventh Ave at Leroy St West Village

Deceptively behind an unassuming door, this underground piano bar offers an encyclopedic cocktail list curated by mixology experts.

Houston St 1 B9



62 Ave C Alphabet City

Hole-in-the-wall for music from around the world.Delancey/Essex FMJZ D9



375 W 125th St Harlem

Despite the two-drink minimum, this legendary venue for jazz in the heart of historic Harlem beats all its heavy-hitting competition.

125 St - ABCD B0


Shrine Auditorium

2271 A.C. Powell Jr. Blvd Harlem

Mixing Afro-beats, calypso and roots-reggae, with jazz and funk performances. - 135 St 23 B0



183 West 10th St West Village - A temple to jazz where musicians come to hone their skills and expose their prowess.

Christopher St 1 B8