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Good steak and seafood can be found in this Western style restaurant with a great bar downstairs and friendly atmosphere all around. It is ideal for group gatherings. The upscale saloon has two fireplaces, mahogany-paneled walls full of small framed pictures and a long bar. The food is reliably good with a variety of different cuisines. Penne pasta and shrimp, lobster ravioli, Chicken Cordon Bleu, roast Long Island duckling, grilled pork chops and sauteed sea scallops are all regularly featured.
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.
Delicious food, drinks, and a fun atmosphere await you in the heart of Manhattan. This restaurant and bar serves as a much-needed oasis from the daily madness outside. Their menu features various pizzas and pastas, as well as entrees like Pan Roasted Halibut Crispy Proscuito, Grilled Atlantic Salmon, and the Pazza Notte Burger. The happy hour draws an energetic after-work crowd. If you're looking for a more intimate setting, a private lounge is available.
Situated in Hell's Kitchen, Valhalla reminds us that the Vikings robbed and pillaged the lands many moons ago. This Norse-themed bar is a beer-lover's paradise with a wide range of choice brews with 33 on tap and over 40 in the bottle. The decor is very wooden, along with white statues of various gods worshiped during a different age. The bar is the main focus, but there is plenty of standing space when busy. A beer-enthusiast's bar for the ages, Valhalla is worth the heavenly trip, just watch out for Thor's hammer splitting your head the next day.
One of the most popular gay bars in Hell's Kitchen, Industry Bar is located on 52nd Street. The vibrant, colorful place is best known for the burlesque performances of Sherry Vine. Every night there's something new brewing – Mondays are Diva Nights, Tuesdays Cocktail specials. Open all week, the party here goes on till wee hours on morning. The bartenders are friendly, the drinks are stiff and the ambiance is half a measure short of a carnival. Drop by for a fun time!
This workingman's bar in Hell's Kitchen is now attracting a much wider crowd. In a city obsessed with glamor and hype, this low-key spot is seen by many as a welcome alternative. It offers honest food at fair prices, excellent drinks and a variety of live music. The bar features couches and coffee tables in the back, and the whole place is dark and smoky. Best of all, there is never a cover charge.