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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.
ReVision Lounge can accommodate small intimate gatherings of friends to large private events of 200 guests.
Manhattan's largest microbrewery. The brewery consists of a copper and brass 30 barrel brewhouse, six 60 barrel uni-tanks, four 30 barrel uni-tanks, two 60 barrel bright beer tanks and six 15 barrel servers which are located behind the bar in the restaurant.
Well known among locals and visitors alike as a lounge, a club and an oasis from your everyday. Sit down among the rooftop palms or lay low in the James Bond style martini lounge. Sip a bit before you shake your troubles away on one of our two dance floors. Internationally known DJs spin techno and house for an intimate dance experience all but disappeared from downtown. Just off the historic Union Square, turn the corner and weekly parties, drink specials and hip hop classics beckon.
The Village Pourhouse combines the atmosphere of a neighborhood sports bar, with multiple rooms available for private parties, and a selection of over 100 beers. The Village Pourhouse is available for happy hours, corporate events, birthday parties, bachelor/bachelorette parties, fundraisers, and alumni and reunion events. All spaces within The Village Pourhouse have access to an extensive food and drink menu, serving homemade American fare, specialty cocktails, and a full beer menu.
Fiddlesticks Bar & Grill is located on Greenwich Avenue in New York's fashionable 'Village' neighborhood.
If you can drag yourself away from the bar, a full dining room serves up Irish favorites such as Beef Stew, Bangers and Mash, as well as classic American bar food
Live DJ's on the weekends bring a serious party atmosphere to the bar. A mix of the latest hits, and classic party tracks ensure the whole house is jumping.
So whether it's for a quiet pint of Guinness on a lazy afternoon, or a crazy Saturday night drinking and partying your desire, Fiddlestick will deliver
Bar 89 is located on Mercer St. between Spring and Broome. Bar 89 prides itself on it's wide range of food with great range appetizers, sandwiches and mains. Great variety of drinks.
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...
Kingston Hall exudes a vintage 60's Caribbean ambiance, and defines traditional style and class.
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.”
Red Rock West Saloon was founded in April 1996. It was formerly known as the East Boondocks, a blues bar where jazz musicians, both famous and infamous, would drink and jam. It was considered risqué for it’s day. Many a former patron will come in and reminisce about their crazy antics at "the old Boondocks. "Now, it’s a rock n’ roll bar with a bit of country mixed in, but the wildness is still the greatest part of this corner local.
Are you a soccer fan? Then you must know Nevada Smith's.
Swift's draft and bottled beer selection changes daily featuring the best from the US and beyond. Swift boasts a wide array of spirits featuring Irish Whiskeys, Scotches and Bourbons and a seasonal list of house cocktails.
Irish pub with a great beer selection. The kitchen uses the freshest ingredients and prepares them to perfection. Brunch specials on Saturday and Sunday.
Madame X is a festive spot for pre-or-apres the theater. Drenched in a heady mix of Weimar Republic meets Parisian bordello vintage atmosphere—think romantic couches, Persian rugs, dramatic crimson lighting, humidor, dormer skylight and a charming hidden back patio with a gently gurgling waterfall and wind chimes—Madame X is a favorite of the 25-and-up.
A pre-prohibition, pre-Internet drinking establishment, Antarctica this year celebrates its 276th year of continuous business. Established the same year that Guinness Stout was invented, Antarctica shares with that beverage a rich, dark history of intoxicating peasants and noblemen alike.
Offers private parties and is closed on Sunday's to host great private events.
The Bubble Lounge is an elegant lounge serving over 300 champagnes and sparkling wines, fine hors d'oeuvres with a full, premium bar. Private parties, premium parts, non-profit events & more.
A downtown bar and lounge, renown for throwing parties every bit as provocative as the venue's name would suggest. While No Lunch is served, Naked Lunch does know how to throw an outrageous party. In the cozy and dimly lit space, guests find themselves in a very fun world, where talented DJ's spin a medley of dance tracks for festive revelers. Private parties find the venue to be ideally sized (not too big nor too small,holds 150 people). Perhaps New Yorks best kept secret as they know how to throw unforgettable birthday parties, and have been doing so for over 10 years.
The Raines Law Room is a premier lounge and bar environment where hospitality, comfort and class permeate your experience. Come to appreciate the fine design and architecture of its immersive ambiance. Watch the mixologists at work and experience quality cocktails. The Raines Law Room is the place to be to enjoy a truly sophisticated lounge experience in distinguished company.
Located in Manhatten's lower east side, Boss Tweeds has an outdoor beer garden open year round. The 'patio' is open till midnight, and than head inside for a great drink specials and atmosphere. How to get there
Subway: F train to Delancey / J, M, Z trains to Essex
Hotspot in SoHo with DJs spinning Friday & Saturday night till 4am. Firefly is the Ultimate Upmarket Sports Bar. Watch All Sports on HD Big Screens. Firefly offers an elegant setting with a downtown vibe.
Firefly offers specialized packages for all parties & events. Designer cocktails and a boutique wine list. Bar & Lounge Scene is great for after work drinks.
nspired by the history and rise of the apothecary in Europe as well as the artistic influence of absinthe dens in 19th century Paris, Apothéke is the first of its kind. The entire experience from wandering down a hidden street to find the entrance, to tasting the first sip of a specialty cocktail made with exotic herbs and fruits – is a privilege.
At Apothéke, the presentation of a cocktail is just as dramatic as the cocktail itself. The bar is no longer a bar. It’s a stage. A chemistry lab. A theatre. A unique-shaped Austrian crystal glass is carefully selected for each cocktail, and into it, is poured a beautiful, jewel-colored liquid. This is much more than a cocktail bar – this is a cocktail apothecary.
All of Apotheke's cocktails are prepared with local and organic produce from local greenmarkets or picked straight from our rooftop herb garden.
Apotheke now offers one-day mixology classes on-site, for single or group classes.
Blending the creature comforts of a lounge with the friendly atmosphere of a neighborhood pub, Common Ground stands out as a unique destination in the bustling East Village.
The large bay windows in front open to reveal cozy suede banquettes, antique mirrors and exposed brick. Wooden shelves stocked with leatherbound books are lit by crystal chandeliers, giving the feel of a classic library tucked within a 19th Century mansion.