PDT (which stands for Please Don't Tell) is a "secret" bar on St. Mark's Place. A call from a phone booth in Crif Dogs (the adjacent restaurant) is the only way to get in. Once accepted, a secret door opens up in the phone booth, leading to PDT. It's not much of a secret anymore though, because the club is hugely popular. Once inside, you'll find a crowded bar area steeped in darkness. The inventive cocktail selection is superb and a major draw. If you're hungry you can also order from the Crif Dogs food menu, which gets delivered to the club via a small pass. A visit to PDT is quite an interesting experience indeed.
The magnificent historic mansion that houses Scarborough Fair sits amidst lush surroundings and sets the stage for a memorable dining experience. The interiors wear an old-world charm with most of the building's original features being retained. Soaring ceilings and lavish woodwork give the place, an elegant touch. Natural light flows in through the large arched windows and give a fresh vibe to the place. Head out to the upper level for a cozy fireplace and great views of the periphery. Choose from a diverse menu of modern American favorites crafted from the freshest of the local produce. Seafood specialties have a prominent presence on the menu with such delights as Flounder St. Moritz and Shrimp Athenia. Apart from this, the menu also offers mouthwatering steak and meat preparations. A worldly wine list gives adequate company to the food. A sure fire bet for a romantic rendezvous.
Located by the serene Old Mill Pond, The Mill is a great restaurant to have some delectable American cuisine. You can begin your meal with a soup or a light starter and follow it up with an appetizing entree of chicken, steak or lamb. The steak will be cooked to your liking of rare, medium or fully cooked, which will bring out the right flavors of the beef. Complement your meal with a wine from their collection and complete your meal with a sinful dessert of pudding or cheesecake. Seafood lovers can gorge on fresh catch at the raw bar. This place is brought to life with their entertaining events, check the website and participate.
For those who crave for a little IPA with their Donkey Kong, Barcade just might be the place. The lovingly-designed space combines hand-crafted pub furnishings with several classic arcade games. Draft and craft brews are the specialty of the house featuring East Coast heavy hitters like Peekskill and West Coast humdingers like Lagunitas, but there is also a full bar. So whether you like a shot of Jim Beam before a round of Centipede or a goblet of Belgian-style strong ale to accompany a rousing Ms Pac-Man tournament, Barcade can probably accommodate you.
Minnesota's seems like it landed in the wrong state, but no one on Long Island is complaining... live music or karaoke entertainment and an outdoor deck where food is served all summer long draw crowds. The restaurant, cooking up seafood & specials every day, becomes a 21 and over nightspot after 10 p.m. Energetic live performances, top 40 tracks, dance & house, rock music, ladies' night, and a fabulous atmosphere make this restaurant and club an excellent place to have fun.
Apothèke is one of the many "speakeasy" type bars found throughout Manhattan. This sanctuary located on this hidden alley in New York's Chinatown has plenty of old-fashion panache, though the drinks may be a bit on the pricey side. The bar replicates an old-world apothecary, proudly displaying antique medicine bottles and old-fashioned chemistry equipment. This bar is manned by expert bartenders who sport white lab coats and dispense alcoholic "prescriptions" (as they call them) like the Mata Hari, Femme Fatale and Dr. Ruth, which are created with the Apothèke's house-blended absinthe and other elixirs.
Opened in 2016, Surf NJ stays true to the southern BBQ style of cooking. Using only fruit and oak woods, their meats are slowly cooked for several hours, resulting in sublime textures and flavors. Dig into their delights like Oaxaca chicken, St. Louis pork rib and Pastrami short rib. Don't forget to try their weekly specials as well. They also serve a fine range of whiskeys, cocktails and artisan beers.
Bahrs Landing, a restaurant serving tantalizing seafood fare, has been managed by the Bahrs family since its inception in 1917. A restaurant that had humble beginnings has expended over the years to include an outdoor deck, a bar and party room, in addition to the main dining hall. Host your next event and let guests enjoy the scenic views of the waters as they party in the sea breeze. Festivities are celebrated with great gusto at Bahrs; join them for Halloween, Thanksgiving, Mother's Day and other celebratory days.
The name itself brings a smile to your face. The Chubby Pickle is a great place to hangout with friends and colleagues over a drink or two accompanied with delish pub grub. The never ending tap is a beer lover's delight and happy hours are just as exciting. Live music, trivia and karaoke nights, DJs and ten HDTVs add to the entertainment factor of this lively bar. Warm and inviting, The Chubby Place will want you coming back for more.
Established in 2009, The Wine Bar offers a haven for all wine lovers. Spread across 4000 square feet (371.61 square meters), this vast lounge and restaurant is beautifully furnished in wood and covered in warm lights, offering an elegant but cozy atmosphere to dine in. The place is surrounded by French windows which welcomes the cool sea breeze to brush against your skin. Choose from their extensive collection of over 100 wines along with some food that will complement the drink. This wine bar remains open from Thursday through Saturday from 6p onwards. While dining in this sophisticated restaurant do not forget to leave your trainers and jerseys at home
The Globe is more than just a local sports bar, it is something of a local institution, having been around since the 1800's, when it was a tavern and resthouse. With a lively ambiance, good selection of beers on tap and a classic pub menu, it's a great place to stop by for an after work drink with friends or to catch a game on one of their 15 televisions.