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.
981 Madison Ave., New York, NY
A New York staple that looks straight out of a black-and-white MGM classic.
Tiny’s and the Bar Upstairs
135 W Broadway, New York, NY
The theme and décor here reflect their love of American industrial design after World War II: exposed brick walls, pressed tin ceilings, vintage wall trimmings and a fireplace.
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.
249 West Broadway, New York, NY
The dimly-lit space serves as the perfect place for a glass of boutique wine or handcrafted beer, or any one of the selections on the handpicked menu.
9 Doyers St., New York, NY
Featuring over 250 house cocktails and a rotation of over 500 bottles of liquor from around the world, the cure to any ailment must be here.
Death & Co.
433 East 6th St. New York, NY
Hidden behind a inconspicuous wooden door, the dimly-lit lounge pays homage – re-invents even – pre-prohibition cocktail.
240 East 9th St., New York, NY
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.
Grand Bar & Lounge
310 West Broadway, New York, NY
The comfortable and glamorous Grand Bar & Lounge has become known as “SoHo’s Living Room”—and not only New York locals are welcome to the family.