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If you are looking for a spot to grab an after-work drink with a couple of colleagues, Henry's Rooftop Bar is the place to come to. Located on the roof of the Roger Smith Hotel, the bar looks out over the beautiful city skyline including the Empire State Building. Lit by overhanging lanterns, fairy lights and votive candles at the tables, the ambiance is also romantic enough for a date. You can also book the entire bar to host trendy cocktail parties and receptions. Parties are fully catered by the bar itself.
A local bar serving inexpensive liquor with a great happy hour deals, Snafu is located near the Grand Central Station. Cozy, vibrant and spacious, the sports bar has numerous TV screens playing popular games. You can indulge a game of pool or beer pong as you enjoy your drinks. The service here is quick and friendly.
Located on East 58th Street, the TownHouse Bar is a lively gay bar, popular among the gay community of New York. Established in 1989, this bar has a mixed age crowd where young and old men socialize amidst a beautifully laid out space with elegant furnishings. The bar has three sections in all- the Main Bar, the Club Room Bar and the Piano Bar. The piano bar is by far the most popular section of the TownHouse Bar with talented pianists playing excellent music; join them by giving voice to your favorite song on the bar's open mic! Catch up on your favorite game on one of their flat screens or simply enjoy a hearty conversation. Their bar menu is quite impressive and features creative cocktails and other tempting mixed drinks. Happy hour is from 4p to 8p everyday.
If you like your drinks strong, then come down to this watering hole on the Upper West Side. Dive 75 is a laid-back haunt often packed till late with convivial locals from the neighborhood. This old-timey space keeps it simple and even has board games to play. The amiable bartenders will put you at ease with friendly conversations while mixing your favorite cocktail.
Opened in 2015, the Stout NYC Grand Central has all the right ingredients to be a fun filled place. The place is designed quite stylishly with wood furnished tables, a long bar top and comfortable sofas which are perfect for a groups. The menu here offers a wide variety of drinks and cocktails which are made and served with style. Beers are a specialty of this place and the menu also offers delicious entrees, burgers, pizzas and even brunch on the weekend which should not be missed. This place offers two floors of fun which can be rented for private events and functions.
Having moved from its 77 year old home, the Subway Inn Bar has settled on 2nd Avenue. The glitzy yet iconic sign of the bar still hangs above its entrance, signalling its fans of its new location. A bar that gained a raging popularity over the years, still harbors avid party-goers. This 1930s-inspired dive bar stays open every day of the week till 4a and serves chilled beer and great atomic wings among other things.