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If you find yourself near Bleeker Street with a hankering for sushi, drop in here for unlimited sushi, beer, and sake.
$45 gets you all the spirits an
Cibar is best described as an offbeat lounge where retro design meets art gallery. The eclectic, colorful seating and chandeliers that could double as pieces of art give a cool, re
Craving a cozy, farmhouse feel but can’t find a way to travel upstate? Black Mountain Wine House has you covered.
With a real wood burning fire tended to by the staff, this lit
What better drink to keep you warm than a glass of dark, rich brandy? The Brandy Library has an extensive menu of brown liquor that will be sure to leave you warm inside and out.
With one wall completely covered in books of all shapes and sizes, The Writing Room is truly where the library meets Manhattan.
This venue has an upscale vibe while remaining h
While your first impression of Art Bar may be that it’s kind of divey, with large booths and a long, dimly lit bar, you would be correct. But if you keep walking to the back, past
Shoolbred’s is the type of place that transports you back in time as soon as you step in the door—its dark, woody interior is a welcome change to some of the less classic bars in t
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Milano’s is an inexpensive dive bar located in Manhattan on E. Houston St. It’s a dark place that is known to have live jazz during the day. The drin
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Lucy’s features a jukebox for all your guilty pleasures, accompanied by pool for added entertainment.
The inside of this bar is very dark and lit wi
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Mona’s is a unique dive bar because they feature plenty of games, like skee-ball, along with a live band sporting clarinets, brass instruments, and banjos