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Little Branch

One in a handful of New York City's first classic cocktail bars, Little Branch's aesthetic is deeply rooted in the evocation of 1920s speakeasies—a style that was big back in…

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Attaboy

Attaboy is the everyman's cocktail bar hidden in plain sight on an obscure bit of Eldridge Street. From Michael McIlroy and Sam Ross, the pair that helmed Milk & Honey…

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Le Bain

There are a few pleasures New Yorkers have come to accept they'll never have: lawn sprinklers, the ability to buy liquor in a grocery store and a spring season that…

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Bar Pleiades

In case there was any chance you might forget you were in a Daniel Boulud establishment—hardly likely, with the most elegant bar snacks selection this side of the Seine and…

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NoMad Bar

The hotel bar so popular it outgrew its hotel, the NoMad Bar is a clubby, wood-paneled stunner that began winning awards the minute it opened in 2012. So far it’s…

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Nitecap

After descending a set of inconspicuous stairs and wrestling with a dark velvet curtain, Nitecap’s mirrored bar emerges as a tiny horizon. Before the orderly seven-seat bar is a small…

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White Horse Tavern

The last bastion of plain, blue-collar drinking in the posh West Village, the White Horse—named after a once-popular brand of Scotch—has lived many lives over its 130-plus years. It has…