68 "Bar" Restaurants in New York.
Cherry On Top in Bushwick has a funky list of wines at reasonable prices (with plenty of glasses under $15 and bottles under $50) and a large rooftop.
Get a private room at karaoke bar Ms. Kim's in Flatiron for a night of dizzying fun. Perfect for your next birthday.
The Guthrie Inn in East Harlem kind of feels like you're drinking at a friend's place, but with better cocktails.
Rialto Grande is a fun, little bar on Franklin Ave. with a covered backyard.
Bar Meridian in Prospect Heights is a great spot for outdoor drinks or to meet up for a first date.
Calabrije’s Margaritas and Tacos is a bar in Bushwick that specializes in top-notch margaritas.
Sidney’s Five is a fun East Village bar where you should meet up with friends or take a date whom you might make out with in public.
There’s no other wine bar in the city where you can order meats and cheeses like the ones you’ll get from Di Palo’s Wine Bar in Little Italy.
Runaway Roof’s charm is that it’s a rooftop in Bushwick without the annoying rooftop scene.
There aren’t many rooftop bars in this city where we actually like to spend our time, but The Ready in the East Village is an exception to the rule.
Talea is a brewery in Williamsburg where the beers tend to be pretty fruit-forward. We like sipping a $20 flight in their taproom.
Accidental Bar in the East Village is where you should go to learn about sake with a side of snacks.