Nightlife & Music
Here you’ll find an eclectic sampling of restaurants and bars slinging fairly priced pitchers of sangria in Manhattan, the outer boroughs and even a little gem that’s just a 35-minute train ride north of Grand Central.
No matter which team you’re rooting for, there’s a bar in the city just for you. Watch that Thursday night football game at any of these five NYC venues.
Autumn is here and with it, a taste for seasonal beer. This year’s fall-flavored trends include wildy-popular pumpkin varieties and ales ranging from bittersweet to fruity. We asked local beer expert Gary Monterosso to fill us in on some of his favorites.
With Spaten beer, Bavarian pretzels and schnitzel, there’s something for everyone to enjoy. Here are five places to celebrate Oktoberfest in The Big Apple.
Read on to discover some of the best bars to watch college football in New York.
What better way to escape the bustle of New York City than to rise above it? These Brooklyn rooftop bars offer cold drinks, stellar NYC views and a welcome breath of fresh air.
Trivia nights in NYC offer prizes and a chance to stretch your brain, drink in hand. Challenge yourself to these New York bars’ weekly quiz-offs.
Connect Four, Apples To Apples and Sorry! aren’t just for kids. Check out NYC’s best bars with board games the next time you’re feeling competitive.
Head to downtown Manhattan for some of New York City’s best craft beer bars.
As March Madness takes hold of New Yorkers, the age-old question persists: where can a die-hard college basketball fan get a drink around here? These are four of the Big Apple’s best watering holes to watch the game.
Visiting local restaurants and bars is one of the best parts about traveling. Check out any of these old bars – most of which are older than America.
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New York City has every type of Halloween celebration you could imagine, from the annual Halloween Parade, to haunted houses, themed concerts and costume parties. Here are the best Halloween parties happening across NYC in 2013.
From sidewalk seating and rooftop bars to backyard “gardens,” you’re only a block or two away from al fresco imbibing throughout most of the city. What you seek in a summertime bar is an outdoor space with quality beverages, chill attitude and with any luck, a killer view.
These bars will introduce you to New York nightlife beyond what team is playing on the big screen.