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Named after Walt Whitman's poem, Manhatta is set on the top floor of 28 Liberty Building. Its classy décor augmented by honey, aquamarine and coffee hues is embellished in leather, silk, granite and brass elements. The arc pendant lamps ensure that the glass windows don't get marred by reflections and diners can enjoy a great view during the evenings. There is no doubt that this chic establishment is among the finest in the neighborhood offering spectacular vistas of the city's skyline and water bodies. The inspired three-course fare is seasonal and appealing. Oenophiles will be thrilled by their impressive wine list and the display of 2000 bottles in the open cellar.
A tasteful cocktail bar in Brooklyn, Elsa on Atlantic Avenue is fantastic. The well-crafted cocktails are creative and delicious. The drinks menu is diverse and has something for everyone. The food menu is limited to bar snacks. The chic décor is on par with the potent concoctions whipped up by the expert bartenders. With an elegant vintage vibe, the place is spacious and classy. The amiable and courteous service adds to the experience here.
Harry's Italian, well located in the upscale neighborhood of Tribeca, is a great place to stop by for a classy, yet casual weekend brunch or after work drinks with colleagues. The outdoor seating offers the perfect opportunity to people watch under the shining glass and steel exteriors while the indoor seating is cozy enough for a family meal or an evening out with friends. The menu features classic Italian favorites from delicious home made pastas, flavorful entrees and sumptuous desserts. The bar serves a decent selection of beer, wines and cocktails to help you relax and unwind after a busy day, accompanied by their signature pizette to keep the hunger pangs at bay. Favorites on the menu include the lasagna, veal saltimbocca, zucchini and sopresatta pie and Nutella french toast. For reservations, contact the restaurant.
Cedar Local is a favorite hang-out place for locals. It serves tasty cocktails and beers alongwith delicious food. The cocktails are of two varieties, the classic choices classified as Old Money, and some contemporary additions called New Money. The highlight include the Avenue of the Americas (with bourbon, vermouth and campari) and the Upper East Side (with vodka, lime and cucumber.)
Located in the heart of Brooklyn, Le Boudoir is a swanky bar and restaurant, with a fascinating history. It was the year 2014 and Tarek Debira and Patricia Ageheim were in the midst of renovating their restaurant Chez Moi. They had a hunch that their restaurant property straddled a defunct subway tunnel. This made them take down the basement wall and chase their hunch. The walls did hold a cavern within them, which the overjoyed owners soon turned into something special. The cavernous space gave way to Le Boudoir, an underground bar in all sense of the word. Adorned with rococo-style furniture, this Marie Antoinette—themed bar attracts many a revelers looking for an entertaining venue. Replete with live music, DJ and even a private dining room, the bar offers the perfect ambiance to bring in a fun evening.