Dating bars nyc
With so many venues to choose from, picking the prime scene for a night out on the town can be tough.Look no further because we’ve scoured the Big Apple and brought you the best bars for the best nights in NYC!
You might at first guess this bar is a little past its time; it opened in 2010, when food blogs deemed it a “speakeasy.” But you really shouldn’t discount it — especially for its 2 a.m.-to-4 a.m. Drop by around then and snuggle up at one of the booths, or in the little back nook, or out on the teensy below-ground patio.Precision, curiosity, creativity and, of course, powerful spirits are all qualities you can expect to go into a drink prepared by the one and only Booker and Dax.Whether you want it stirred, shaken, dirty or perhaps limited edition, Booker and Dax welcomes anyone looking for a quality drink that does its job.While on other nights the scene is a relatively laid-back neighborhood bar, weekends find rowdy dance-offs here to ’90s hits (Ginuwine’s “Pony,” anyone? Pick up a dancing (well, grinding) partner, and bring him or her with you on one such break, because there’s no hope of a make-out sesh within the bar.Note that duckduck’s a couple of blocks from several much-more-subdued bars (the Graham, Featherweight), where you might head after you’re finished dancing to drink a cooldown cocktail and, say, learn your new friend’s This little living-room-like bar (with a Christmas-light-bedecked rooftop) has a pretty, Victorian feel about it, decent drink prices ($6 cocktails at happy hour), and a casual atmosphere.Serving some of the best Czech and craft beers around, Bohemian Hall is proud to be one of the largest outdoor drinking venues in New York City.
Brought to you by the Bohemian Citizens’ Benevolent Society of Astoria, The Beer Garden at Bohemian Hall is a rare, festive treat.
Offering options for private events for large groups or intimate dining experiences, this bar brings all parts required for a memorable New York City night out.
More than 10 years ago, “The Gang,” a band of five good ol’ New York City boys, established a nightlife environment that is as exclusive as its name would lead you to believe.
Creativity and commitment to enhancing the craft of the cocktail are standard badges that this bar bears proudly.
If it’s a top night out you’re searching for, Employees Only is the place to be.
If you’re lucky enough to grace its doors, you’ll soon be singing along to the club’s old mantra: “While we live, we live in clover; when we die, we die all over!