49 Canal Street
This Chinatown eatery has had wild success since opening their original 18-seat outpost. The menu at Dimes is reflective of the young and creative people who frequent this health-minded diner.
463 W Broadway
There are several ways to describe Sadelle’s- bagel bakery, neo-appetizing store, and bistro from baker Melissa Weller and the Major Food Group. There will be a lot more than bagels, …
159 Duane St
Perch at the long bar or grab a wooden booth and dive into the cocktail menu, which specializes in vintage-inspired, boozy libations, heavy on the bitters and Italian liqueurs.
77 W. Houston St
There is so much attention to detail here, from the slow-melting giant ice cubes to the precise measurements that make every drink perfect.
The very small speakeasy with a frequently locked door is helmed by mixologists from Milk & Honey, which was originally housed in the same space.
9 Great Jones Street
Resident DJs mix all your favourite nostalgic tracks, and leather booths and low lighting provide all you need for a great night out.
42 Grove Street, New York, NY
The extensive wine list brings the best France has to offer, accompanied by a whimsical guide to enjoying your drop.
158 Ludlow St., New York, NY
With a Parisian-style protocol, Pianos is the type of space to host skyrocketing indie groups like Cold War Kids, and Clap Your Hands Say Yeah.
132 West Houston St., New York, NY
The checkered floors, the model-type waitresses in flowing floral dresses and walls of retro reggae and ska album covers will take you away to paradise.