Queen of the Night Oddities New York City

Queen of the Night

Imagine if Cirque du Soleil hosted your cousin’s wedding—and your cousin was an extra in Eyes Wide Shut. That just ...
Minus5 Oddities New York City

Minus5

Ice bars originated in Scandinavia, where they make the harsh reality of winter a little more tolerable and ...
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Bar at The Modern

Museum dining in New York City has grown by leaps and bounds over the last ten years (mostly thanks to restaurateur ...
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Betony

The drinks at this semi-stuffy midtown joint are as progressive as the tiny, avant-garde bites appearing from the ...
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Le Bernardin

Perhaps the best way to get a seat at Le Bernardin—without blowing a fortune and waiting weeks for a reservation—is ...
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Lantern’s Keep

Inspired by the European lounges where American bartenders fled when Prohibition hit, Raines Law Room’s Meghan Dorman ...
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The Algonquin

There are two spaces to sit and drink at the Algonquin, both served by the same bar. If you’re looking for a more ...
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Má Pêche

In the Chambers Hotel, perched above the dining room of the stateliest of David Chang’s Momofuku restaurants, the bar ...
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Landmark Tavern

A Hudson River waterfront bar from back when 11th Avenue was the waterfront, the Landmark looks a lot more polished ...
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Keens

Keens is the sole cultural leftover from the heady days of the late 1800s when Herald Square was the entertainment ...