The Dead Rabbit has been lauded for many things: being the "Best Bar in North America," the "World's Best Bar," and offering the "World's Best Cocktail Menu" among them. This sophisticated Irish pub meets classy cocktail lounge has something for everyone, be it the stellar selection of craft beers in the taproom, more than 70 vintage cocktails in the upstairs parlor, or festive bands and DJs featured weekly. Hungry crowds can choose between elevated bar snacks like cheese and charcuterie plates or heartier dishes like the rabbit burger. There's even a gourmet grocery attached where foodies can stock up on artisan goods. Experience the flow of conversation among fashionable guests on the first and second floors of The Dead Rabbit or book the top floor for a private event.
Featuring a rustic and quaint interior consisting of brick overlays and glittering lamp lights, Bin 14 emanates an enticing and inviting aura which will ensnare you instantly. The establishment has been earning accolades for its delectable Italian tapas as well as creative drinks which you can sip as you unwind in the pleasant atmosphere. Furnished with comfortable tables and equipped with a well-stocked bar set up aesthetically, the spot will regale you with its aromatic food which is a careful fusion of American flavors and traditional Italian delights. Indulge in treats like homemade mozzarella, salads, pizzas, brussels sprouts, and beef bolognese among others. Pick from an assortment of wines and ingeniously concocted cocktails to accompany your scrumptious meal. The restaurant also hosts a variety of fun events like wine yard parties and makes provisions for private functions.
This barbecue house in Harlem has managed to wedge a small slice of biker and country culture right into one of the city's densest urban neighborhoods. Pit Platters include pulled pork and delectably moist barbecued chicken, while some of the specialty plates venture a bit further from Texas, with Churrasco chicken steak and Korean style BBQ beef ribs making appearances. There's plenty of beer and whiskey for the thirst ones, but it's not an all adult place either; you can dine here with your family or even your four legged friends. Matching the rustic vibe of Harlem, the entire restaurant is wood paneled from top to bottom, with colorful ambient lighting creating quite an aesthetic effect.
Dedicated to cured meats, BarBacon has been wowing Hell's Kitchen foodies since it was established. Serving a menu dominated by all things pork, the place is also known for the local brews it offers. A Peter Sherman undertaking, the exposed-brick-walled joint is soon becoming a local favorite. The happy hours are extended, the service is friendly, the bacon is delicious and the beer keeps flowing; nothing to complain here.
Randolph Beer, as the name suggests, serves a wide range of beers ranging from the seasonal ones to reserved and uncommon beers. They also serve wines and other beverages. The indoors has a beautiful wooden charm to it, and outdoor seating is also available for people who wish to enjoy their pints with a view. They are also known for their weekend brunches.
Dieses legere amerikanische "Bistro" im West Village hat bis in die frühen Morgenstunden (4:00) geöffnet und bietet äußerst preisgünstige amerikanische Gerichte an. Fetttriefende Hamburger kosten USD 5 (EUR 5,70), Chili gibt es für USD 4,50 (EUR 5,13) und Pommes frites für USD 2 (EUR 2,28). Diese angenehme Einrichtung zieht ein vielfältiges Publikum an und ist auch bei Studenten beliebt, die anschließend im Bleecker weiterfeiern.
Gorge on delicious Mini Burgers that have earned a lot of repute in the city. Faces and Names, a hip lounge and bar is the ultimate party scene complete with DJs, late nights and TV screens. It even has a fireplace to make things more cozy. The menu features lots of simple dishes that are conducive to the American palate like Fried Calamari, Dumplings, California Chicken Club Sandwich, Tuna Salad Wrap and sinful Pumpkin Spice Cheesecake. The Chocolate Mousse is also gooey, the kind that leads to midnight cravings. The venue is a lively night spot that serves dinner till late, ideal for late night excursions.
Hudson Common serves classic American fare, as well as an impressive selection of cocktails and craft beers. The restaurant covers 3000 square feet of space, and is decorated with golden lights and a beautiful marble fireplace. The burgers are cooked to order, while their lobster grilled cheese and Katsu BLT sandwich are also commendable. These could be washed down with one of their soda shop cocktails. The restaurant is popular for its classy ambience and its scrumptious food, and is considered one of New York's best eateries.
Located on 51st Street, this tapas place focuses on Japanese small plates that couple well with a few drinks. A lot of finger food varieties here - expect many sushi. sashimi and salad preparations. There's also a good selection soups and ramen on offer. To complement these scrumptious offerings Nippori keeps several sakes, soju and Japanese beers. The prices are affordable, the service is nice and the ambiance is good too. A nice place to kick off the weekend with a close group of friends.
Located in the heart of Hell’s Kitchen, Badshah is an upscale Indian restaurant where guest can explore inventive dishes inspired by Indian street food, and signature classic dishes updated in creative ways. They have a long food menu and serve a variety of items from starters to mains to desserts. The recommended dishes being the famous Indian Gol Goppa, Butter Chicken or Cheese Kofta dish along with Naan. After a hearty meal leave room for delicious desserts like Gulab Jamun or clay-pot Kulfi. On the drinks menu one can enjoy the popular Indian Mango Lassi or other non alcoholic Indian beverages. Beer lovers can enjoy some local or Indian brews like Kingfisher Lager. All dishes have been prepared in traditional style and infused with several flavors and spices from India, giving a feeling of enjoying a meal in the heart of Delhi.