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Temple Bar

Temple Bar

332 Lafayette St. Between Houston and Bleecker Sts.
(212) 925-4242
templebarnyc.com

Temple Bar is a cocktail den designed like a 1940’s era speak-easy, and without a sign outside, it’s easy to miss while walking down Lafayette Street. The bar has a dark, sultry vibe due to... Read More

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The Lounge at Atera

77 Worth St between Church St. and Broadway
(212) 226-1444

The Lounge at Atera is a cozy subterranean den under the Michelin-starred Tribeca restaurant Atera. Bartender Benjamin Foote uses hand-picked spirits, homemade infusions, fresh juices and herbs in... Read More

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Pegu Club

77 W. Houston St between West Broadway and Wooster Sts
(212) 473-7348

The Pegu Club on Houston Street is not the first bar by that name. In the early 1800s, British army captains set up a gentleman’s club in Rangoon called Pegu Club, and its renown stretched far over... Read More

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The Raines Law Room

48 W. 17th St between 5th and 6th Aves

This speakeasy is named for an 1896 law meant to curb New Yorkers’ liquor consumption. Past a door buzzer and an intimidating host is a windowless space, decorated in antiques, but warning: no bar... Read More

ACME Downstairs

9 Great Jones Street Great Jones & Lafayette)
(212) 203 2121
www.acmenyc.com

What was once an old rock n’ roll bar is now the elegant counterpart to hot dining spot, Acme. Brought to you by the owners of NYC mainstays Indochine and BondSt, the Acme pedigree was already... Read More

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Anotheroom

249 West Broadway, New York, NY (@ Beach St)
212.226.1418
www.anotheroomtribeca.com

Anotheroom is a TriBeCa-area offshoot of Craig Weiss’ line of beer and wine bars that include The Room in SoHo and The Otheroom in the West Village. The dimly-lit space serves as the perfect place... Read More

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Death & Co.

433 East 6th St. New York, NY (First Ave & Avenue A)
212.388.0882
www.deathandcompany.com

In 1919 the Volstead Act brought a swift end to American nightlife. Named for the Prohibition-era belief that to drink is to live a life shadowed by death, Death & Company exudes an ambience that... Read More