Bottle service is not just for the rich and famous anymore — New Yorkers with a little extra cash can afford bottle service at many hotspots in the city. Here are a few of the best bars with bottle service in New York.
These New York City bars have some of the best jukeboxes in the city; just don’t forget your quarters for the tunes.
The underground Goth club scene throbs a couple clicks below-the-radar in darkly-lit venues from the East Village to Alphabet. Get ready to crawl out of your coffins, don your blackest corsets and creepers, and travel to the darkest edges of New York’s Gothtown.
What’s not to love about smoke in your cocktail? You can get it from single malt scotch whiskies, mezcal, some bourbons, and more. These six New York City spots do it best.
Are you stuck in a cocktail rut? Instead of ordering your usual, consider heading somewhere you can taste a drink you’ve never sipped before.
House-made ingredients are practically the norm at top notch cocktail dens across the city. Gone are the days of sticky, sweet, artificial pre-fab bottled syrups, and, once you try these cocktails, you’ll realize precisely why.
We realize that cocktails aren’t exactly healthy, but there are drinks out there made with healthy ingredients that can convince us — at least for an evening — that we’re sticking to those New Year’s resolutions we made a few short months ago…
We’ve narrowed it down to the top 5 bars and restaurants near Lincoln Center — fashion guru or not.
We already brought you our picks for the 5 best meat cocktails in New York, but there were so many contenders in the ‘bacon’ category, we’re bringing you round two.
Looking for a cure from the winter doldrums? Bundle up and head out to one of these new additions to our city’s thriving bar scene. Whether you’re looking for a date spot, a shrine to wine, or a place to try a unique tipple, you’re covered.
The Negroni, that classically Italian, bitter-sweet aperitif cocktail that Americans have enjoyed for nearly ninety years, is hot once again.
That’s right, New York City offers many meat-infused cocktails – so many, in fact, that this is just our first round-up of the city’s best savory cocktails.
Prosecco, the dry Italian sparkling wine that evokes long evenings spent lounging at an outdoor cafe in Venice, can and should be enjoyed during these short winter evenings.
Robust, earthy hops strike a balance with seasonal flavors such as pumpkin, cider and maple syrup in these refreshing fall beer cocktails.
From candy corn to caramel apples, mixologists across the city are finding ways to infuse their cocktails with spooky sweetness. Enjoy these frighteningly delicious libations as you cheers to Halloween this year in NYC.