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Tiny’s and the Bar Upstairs

Tiny’s and the Bar Upstairs

135 W Broadway, New York, NY (@ Duane Street)
212.374.1135
www.yelp.com/tinys

“Nothing is perfect, it’s all a little crooked,” owner Matt Abramcyk (Beatrice Inn, Bunker Club) told T Magazine of Tiny’s and the Bar Upstairs; his antidote to hard city living.... 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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Church Bar

2 Avenue of the Americas, New York, NY (@ Church St)
212.519.6500
www.tribecagrand.com

New York might have made the classic hotel bar famous, but it’s Tribeca Grand’s Church Bar that revolutionized it. Dead center in the hotel’s open triangular atrium, the Church Bar offers an... 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

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Decibel

240 East 9th St., New York, NY (Second & Third Ave)
212.979.2733
www.sakebardecibel.com

By far the best sake bar in the city, Decibel’s small basement location is designed with dark wood, red paper lanterns, and graffiti-covered walls. Combined with a buzzer at the outdoor entrance,... Read More

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Lit Lounge

93 Second Ave (East 5th & East 6th St)
212.777.7987
www.litloungenyc.com

Dirty.
 Dark.
 Divey.
 Awesome. With an upstairs bar, a downstairs cavern, and in-house art gallery Fuse, this East Village nightspot is a never-ending come-as-you-are dance party filled with... Read More

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PDT

113 St. Marks Place, New York, NY (First Ave & Avenue A)
212.614.0386
www.pdtnyc.com

Three years after opening, PDT (stands for “Please Don’t Tell”) isn’t much of a secret anymore, but the cocktail lounge still draws a crowd with its Prohibition-era intrigue... Read More