New York City Bars & Pubs
The Trash Bar is located at 256 Grand St. in Williamsburg, Brooklyn between Driggs Ave. and Roebling Street. The Trash Bar, a 21-and-over venue, finds itself in the center of this revival as one of the best local bars and the streets premier music venue capable of hosting rock-n-roll shows that parade talent in front of hundreds of people.
A stylish and sophisticated bar / restaurant with eastern European inspired food and drink menu. So whether you are looking to spend a calm evening over a meal that will make your mom look bad or whether you are more of a shot drinking adventurer, Club 21 Bar & Lounge is the place for you.
Bar 43 is a premier bar and grill. located just off Queens Blvd on 43 rd St. Bar 43 offers top notch entertainment, food, and cocktails. There are 13 plasma TVs, showing all major sports at all times. Whether you want to kick back with the boys and watch the game or its girls night out there is something for everyone.
Burrito Bar is a Mexican restaurant which offers a 'groovy' scene for drinking too. Burrito Bar use's fresh ingredients for it's meals and specializes in Margaritas.
The Dugout Pub is a problem-free and offers many things for many people. Rob Renaud, The owner of the Dugout knows how to throw a party. The Dugout Pub offers numerous activities for customers, with Beer Pong, Darts and themed nights.
Jimmie Steiny's is an eclectic neighborhood pub where Staten Island greets the world. It host's a diverse collection of neighborhood regulars, tourists, artists, lovers, and well, all of Staten Island. Jimmie & Antoinette are committed to help create the new "Downtown Staten Island", and their friendliness is reflected in their staff
Joyce's Tavern Bar is an family owned Irish Tavern. The tavern opened in 1966 by the Joyce family. Since 1978, Joyce's Tavern has had live entertainment from Irish artist. Through the years, stars such as Jimmy Barnes have played at Joyce's Tavern. Joyce's continues to be a popular meeting place for locals and tourist.
A bar which caters all your needs. come in and have a quiet beer, or enjoy the watering hole at its fullest at one of our many happy hours. Sit back and relax at the lounge or gather some friends and host a private party. <br> Private Parties are held at the Bruckner’s Lounge which is a private room in the back of the Restaurant. The room is equipped with a state of the art JBL sound system, stage lights, an actual stage and microphone setup.
The perfect place to get together with friends! Whether your gathering is small or large, at the Rambling House everything is arranged to suit your needs. Try the authentic Irish and Irish-American favorites, as well as daily lunch and dinner specials. Rambling House has a huge variety of beers on tap by the bottle, and all your favorite spirits!
Located behind the bleachers of Yankee stadium and underneath the rumblings of the 4 train, Stan's Sports bar gives you the full Yankee experience. If you want the Yankee experience, or meet some real passionate Yankee fans, then Stan's Sports Bar is the place for you!
Stop by anytime for a beer at the Bronx Ale House, 216 West 238th Street. With its rotating cast of American microbrews, the bar, which opened last summer, has quickly become Bronx beer enthusiasts' best friend due to the bar having the widest selection of microbrews in the borough. Fill a frosty mug with one of the dozens of crafts beers on tap, or drop in on a Monday for Can Night and taste some of the finest artisan brews ever sealed in a cylinder.
Billy’s is a fun and great place to go after a game while you wait for the subway crowds to thin out. There’s a great mix of Yankees fans. You’ve got to love a bar where the Wall Street suits and the Bleacher Creatures can Party together. Die-hard Yankee fans, drink, discuss the game and create a friendly passionate atmosphere.
Paddy Doherty's is a great bar for all those who like the have fun. Here, the bar tenders interact more then usual with the customers. From sharing a drink, meal and some tales, youll never have a dull time at Doherty's. Doherty's, also prides itself on its large portioned and high quality food. With no one leaving Doherty's hungry!
Smooth and inviting, with elegant urban décor and a classic bar set amidst exposed brick walls and hardwood floors, G·Bar and Lounge is the perfect setting for lunch, dinner or late night cocktails with family, friends, and colleagues. The bar is just steps away from the historic landmarks of New York City’s Bronx Borough. Feature themed nights and karaoke, Giovanni bar offers something for everyone.
An Irish pub with a great atmosphere and feel. Patrick's pub, offers a great range of Irish meals, Irish-American meals and of course beers, both on tap and in a bottle. Come to the bar for to watch all major sports and games as well as a good time http://www.patrickspubthebronx.com/
With eight large flat screen televisions, great food and drinks. Sleek interior, refurbished floors and a DJ spinning records late a night, Gleeson's sports bar has it all. Come in for good food, sports and some late night drinks and dancing.
Enjoy a mixture of contemporary Irish dining, fine ales, lagers and stouts, live GAA, live entertainment, a genuine Irish atmosphere and friendly service from Irish staff and people the world over. The Irish have always known that Irish Pubs allow people to relax and be themselves.
Located on Historic Stone Street, this Irish Style Bar and Restaurant could be just as easily nestled on a side street of Dublin City. The Dubliner, a replica of an Irish Bar with its authentic Irish feel is a must see.
The Dead Rabbit Grocery and Grog embodies the conviviality of Old New York and the Irish-American tradition. <br> The ground-floor Taproom offers an informal setting for the enjoyment of craft beer, bottled punch, and whiskeys of the world, with lunch served daily. <br> Upstairs, the sumptuous Parlor focuses on small plates, communal punch, and 72 historically-accurate cocktails dreamed up by the nineteenth century’s most celebrated bartenders.
An establishment used for selling and drinking alcoholic beverages during the period of the United States history known as Prohibition (1920-1933) when selling or buying alcohol was illegal. The end of Prohibition was marked by President FDR famously announcing, “WHAT AMERICA NEEDS NOW IS A DRINK.”
Remember, while you're patronizing the bustling stands of the green market, that Heartland Brewery is right across the street. Come on in, put down those shopping bags and stay for a bite and a pint...or two...
Are you a soccer fan? Then you must know Nevada Smith's.
From it's humble origins as an Irish working man's saloon - cheese and crackers on the house-beer for pennies to its rediscovery by the mainstream in a 1940's NEW YORKER magazine profile. McSorley's is steeped in a cultural cacophony of Americana. Presidents, residents, authors and thieves - the lot of humanity have sat and shared, all abiding by McSorley's golden rule "Be Good or Be Gone". <br/> McSorley's Old Ale House has been a gathering place, a watering hole, the subject of art and literature and even a supreme court controversy. Established in 1854 - McSorley's can boast of being New York City's oldest continuously operated saloon. Everyone from Abe Lincoln to John Lennon have passed thru Mcsorley's swinging doors. Woody Guthrie inspired the union movement from a table in the front - guitar in hand, while civil rights attorney's Faith Seidenberg and Karen DeCrow had to take their case to the Supreme Court to gain access. Women were finally allowed access to McSorleyÕs in 1970! So belly up. Enter the sawdust strewn floors and history patched walls for a trip back through time. Share the McSorley's experience with the spirits of 150 years!
Don't miss the oppotunity to check out the unique atmosphere of this bar — where, depending on your mood, you can either just swing by for a cocktail, join the party on the dancefloor, or get your nails and hair done. Beauty Bar has you covered no matter what you're looking for. <br> The Original Beauty Bar Served it's First cocktail in the spring of 1995 at the former "Thomas Beauty Salon". Paul Devitt found the forty year old salon, and converted it into a one if a kind beauty "saloon".
ReVision combines the elements of a high-end lounge with an interactive gallery. The artwork in the gallery consists of the furnishings, the lighting, even the bar itself, and each piece is made entirely of recycled materials. ReVision's mission is twofold. First, to show to the world that it is possible to build a fun, colorful and comfortable upscale lounge almost entirely through recycled materials. Second, to promote the artists that create these beautiful and outrageous pieces. Our interactive element is simple. Featured works are not only showcased as art pieces, but they are actually being used in their new repurposed form. It is then that they become a viable item, saved from the landfill forever. Simply put, if the materials at ReVision Lounge and Gallery can be recycled, then anything can be recycled. <br> ReVision Lounge can accommodate small intimate gatherings of friends to large private events of 200 guests.
Irish pub with a great beer selection. The kitchen uses the freshest ingredients and prepares them to perfection. Brunch specials on Saturday and Sunday.
Social Bar Grill and Lounge is a neighborhood Irish pub with something for everyone every day of the week. Stop by after work for one of the best happy hour crowds in town. Our house DJ spins Top 100 songs every Wednesday through Saturday night. We have more than 20 flat screen TVs throughout to catch the game. Daily lunch specials are available for $6.95, noon to 4 p.m. Social offers a large draft and bottled beer selection as well as plenty of bar-food favorites like burgers, sandwiches and starters. Private party space is available.
Come at lunch and you might think you are in a fine restaurant, come at night and the lunch would be unimaginable to you – the lunch tables are gone, the 44 foot bar awakens, drinking and music prevail, and “party” is the password. But either way we are always ready to capture any celebration you like.
Opening its doors in 1998 David Coppefield's House of Beer is a New York institution. David Copperfield's is New York City's original restaurant dedicated to the cause of craft made beer and homemade food. Located on the Upper East Side of Manhattan we have a unique offering: a full range of craft brewed beers, from pilsners and imperial stouts to hefe-weizens and cask-conditioned ales, over 30 taps and over 100 bottles of beer, We also offer a fine selection of Single Malt Scotch, Tequila and Bourbon along with all the good times. <br> The Bar & Restaurant feature nightly specials and great Happy Hour offerings every night! A big screen television displays college and pro games.
First Tuesdays at Last Exit: Modern Needs is a monthly listening and dance party featuring garage, beat, punk, psych, soul, ska, reggae, power-pop, and rock’n’roll sounds from the 1950s to the now, hosted by Mr. Lee of Dead Flowers Productions. Special guest DJs and monthly musical themes!
A mahogany bar has been designed with community in mind, to serve as either or both: a drink and dining area. It’s styled as a neighborhood tavern, with generous windows overlooking the avenue, giving it a charming ambiance for after work cocktails, for a sampling of our small plates and a place where friends can gather before, after and for dinner. <br/> Offering an extensive stock of popular brands and a growing selection of locally crafted spirits and a selection of HOPELAND cocktails, alongside a carefully selected wine list from our temperature controlled wine cellar. Six domestic, seasonal beers are also available at our HOPELAND window tap. The main dining area hosts a 40 foot long, leather banquette for intimate dining, easily flexible to serve small and larger parties. The relaxed and comfortable, graciously decorated and lit environment, encourages patrons to sit back, relax, and enjoy every moment. <br/> The tucked away, Private Dining Alcove can accommodate parties of 20 and may be reserved for special events for un-rushed dining and entertaining. The grand, elevated, south-facing terrace and hard-scaped garden provides outdoor dining, rain or shine, and allows HOPELAND the opportunity to host events, weddings and special celebrations of a larger scale.
Barcade is a bar in Brooklyn, New York featuring 20+ vintage arcade games from the 1980s and draft beer from local and regional microbreweries. It is located at 388 Union Avenue in the Williamsburg section of Brooklyn, near the Lorimer stop on the L train. The bar was opened in 2004 in a former metal shop and won immediate acclaim for its unique combination of vintage arcade games and rare American craft.
Various catering possibilities for your group, like Open Bar, Drink Specials, a large Projection Screen for private & public screenings.
Since its founding in 1988, Brooklyn Brewery has brewed flavorful beers that enrich the life, tradition and culture of the communities it serves. Its award-winning roster of year-round, seasonal and specialty beers have gained the Brewery notoriety as one of the top craft beer producers in the world. While striving to brew the best beer possible (and make time for our growing families), The Brewery promotes the proliferation of good beer and good food whenever it can. Brooklyn beers are currently distributed in 25 states and 20 countries. Throughout 2011 The Brewery underwent an expansion that will double overall capacity in 2012 and quintuple by 2013. Brooklyn Brewery probably exports more beer than any other American craft brewery.
The Union Hall is a 5,000 square foot bar, restaurant and live music venue in the heart of Park Slope, Brooklyn. <br> It offers cozy firesides, a stately library, two indoor bocce courts, outdoor garden seating, and a downstairs bar and music venue. New York Press says Union Hall "offers downtown style mixed with Brooklyn's trademark down-to-earth friendliness."
Pork Slope is a Brooklyn-style roadhouse bar from Bartender John Bush, Chef Dale Talde and Restaurateur David Massoni, who also own and operate popular restaurants TALDE and Thistle Hill Tavern. Located on a bustling stretch of Fifth Avenue in Park Slope, this 70-seat joint offers patrons a casual, lively atmosphere to enjoy a wide selection of affordable drinks and classic American bar food. <br> David, Dale and John drew from their favorite dive bars and honky-tonks for inspiration for Pork Slope, and even used Patrick Swayze’s 1989 action film, “Road House,” as a reference. (The bar’s opening on August 18, 2012, coincided with the late actor’s birthday.) The spirit is one of no-pretension, raucous fun, affordability and good, down-home hospitality. It’s the kind of place where patrons can relax with great drinks and food, and still leave with their wallets padded. The kitchen serves until 2AM and the bar pours until 4AM daily.
The rock shop offers a bar and late night club in Park Slope Brooklyn. Offering live music, wide range of events, beers and drinks the Rock Shop is a great place for anyone who likes good music. Check out the website to see which of your favorite artist are playing at the Rock Shop!
Come check out this cool bar, music venue and self-described "Nerdvana" with great bands (both local and international) and some of the coolest drinks in town! The bar is filled with steampunk and Doctor Who-themed memorabilia (even a full-sized TARDIS!) and hosts many fun events like sci-fi movie and TV episode screenings. And to top it off there's no cover fee! Entry is restricted to 21 and older at all times.
Located in Prospect Heights, Brooklyn. Futbol plays seven days a week on 3 50-inch high-definition televisions. During games, you'll hear fans cheering "I love futbol, yay futbol!...I love beer...Hooray beer!" Woodwork boasts a menu with ingredients that are as local and organic as possible. The menu also includes top wines originating from many of the great futbol nations in the world, including Italy, France, Spain, Argentina, Chile, South Africa and the United States. Woodwork has one of the most original beer selections in BK and nearly 30 whiskeys. <br/> Woodwork promotes healthy living for it's patrons and community by using sustainable products to preserve the environment; most products are recycled, environmentally friendly and energy-efficient. Woodwork's eco-friendly bar is made of recycled oak floorboards, salvaged from a 100+ year old dairy farm in Western Massachusetts. Woodwork pledges to work with local farmers who are dedicated to humanely raising and handling animals, as well as serving food that is free of corn products, hormones and anything that diminishes the nutritional value of the fresh menu items.
Welcome to the oldest beer garden in New York City, serving guests for the last 100 years. <br> Since 1910, Bohemian Hall has been a part of New York City history. It is the last original remaining Beer Garden in all of NYC. Bohemian Hall is run and managed by the Bohemian Citizens' Benevolent Society of Astoria, a fraternal organization dedicated to education and preserving the Czech and Slovak communities in the area.
LIC Bar is a classic New York City watering hole in the hottest neighborhood in Queens. <br> Come check out the bar’s 100-year-old history – an antique wood bar, original tin ceilings, brick walls – paired with a beautiful outdoor garden and a great friendly crowd – only one subway stop from Manhattan. Call it an oasis of authentic New York in the midst of gleaming new condo towers. LIC Bar also has a fantastic Manhattan view.
Dutch Kills Bar offers customers a great variety of beers, liquor and food. Located 27-24 Jackson Avenue Queens. Friendly and relaxed atmosphere come in and have a great time.
Sweet Afton is a local Astoria bar. It serves solid drinks and honest locally sourced food - without pretense. Sweet Afton believes the soul of a bar is its patrons, and welcomes all that enjoy good company and friendly conversation to enjoy the warm vibe of the bar.
Bringing the spirit and culinary traditions of an open-air German beer garden with one of the most diverse urban landscapes in the world, Studio Square is a destination for all to gather, eat and drink in modern merriment.
Blackbird's bar and restaurant is an inspired bar located in Astoria, Queens. Blackbirds offers great beer specials and an atmosphere filled with people from all over the city. Come in and try our great collection of wine and beer.
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Saints & Sinners Irish Bar & Grill, a bar with two sides, located in the heart of Woodside, Queens. <br> Whether you're looking for a hearty meal or a cool pint of Guinness, Saints & Sinners is the place to be. So come and sit by the roaring fire or at the bar and chat with a member of our friendly & welcoming staff.
Visit Tropix Bar & Lounge and discover a great venue to enjoy drinks on weekdays after work, or to get together with friends on weekends. At Tropix, you can mingle at the main bar or relax and enjoy an intimate evening at the lounge.
Woodhaven House in Rego Park is an Irish pub. A neighborhood crowd, of all ages, including families, comes for dinner and stays for drinks. The attention and care is obvious, not just in the dark wood bar, leather booths, and frosted, etched glass, but in the food and service. On busy Woodhaven Boulevard, Woodhaven House is a good pit stop close to the Queens Center Mall.