Le Bain is popular both amongst regular party-goers as well as celebrities, with its unique interior design making lounging both luxurious and fun. Le Bain, which translates to "bath" in French, is also popularly known for the plunge pool located on the dance floor during the summertime. Although extremely exclusive and often requiring invites to get in, those who manage to enter are rewarded with a beautiful view of the city from the rooftop and excellent service from professional bartenders mixing up great cocktails and concoctions.
Located on West 25th Street in New York City, the 40/40 Club offers a fusion of sports, entertainment, and luxury in an atmosphere that is both sophisticated and inviting. If you are a sports enthusiast, a connoisseur of fine dining, or simply looking for an upscale nightlife experience, the 40/40 Club is a must-visit premier destination that combines the excitement of sports with the elegance of a high-end lounge. The venue's interior exudes elegance with its sleek design, modern decor, and stylish furnishings. The space is tastefully adorned with sports memorabilia, luxurious accents, and high-end finishes, creating an ambiance that seamlessly combines sports and upscale entertainment. Comfortable leather couches, large high-definition screens, and a selection of sports memorabilia give the 40/40 Club an inviting environment. For the true sports fan, keep an ear to the bar to find out about exclusive events like signings and personal appearances by the creme de la creme of the sports world, including Barry Bonds, Alex Rodriguez, and Jose Canseco.
This spacious, chic nightclub and bar caters to the stylish elite of New York, and the decor more than matches the crowd. Dance the night away under a sparkling chandelier, and go up the double staircase to explore the more intimate lounges. The energy levels are high, and the music flows generously, just like the drinks. Suave and inviting, this is one happening bar. Filled to the brim with models, dress to impress.
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.
Located in the heart of White Plains, The Lazy Boy Saloon & Ale House has been a downtown institution since opening in 1994. Domestic and international craft beers, bottled brews and over 40 drafts on tap comprise arguably the best beer list in Westchester County. Enjoy a chilled pint with award-winning bar fare of timeless American favorites like burgers, sandwiches and pizzas. On Wednesday and Friday nights, this place comes alive with live gigs by local talent.
The Dead Rabbit has been lauded for being one of the best bars in the city. This sophisticated Irish pub-meets-classy cocktail lounge has something for everyone, be it the stellar selection of craft beers in the taproom, vintage cocktails in the 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 Classic Burger. 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.
Iggy's is a bar from which people have come to expect much more than just a drink. There are 14 TVs on which you can catch all the live sporting action, a complete food menu, and the most popular bit, karaoke. You can sing your favorite songs at the bar with friends all day long, and in front of a packed room between 7p and 4a. You can also use the venue for private events, of which the kids' karaoke parties are perhaps the most popular.
Located in the heart of Harrison, Vinnie's All Star Bar & Grill is a famous hangout spot among the locals. This no frills restaurant has an old school, inviting and a homely vibe. The menu provides a variety of Portuguese and traditional American options. They have some awesome daily specials that is simply delicious and fulfilling. Their Philly Steak wrap, Turkey club sandwich, Chicken parm meal, Pork chops are some of the popular dishes served here that is worth trying.
The Bell House is situated in a historic warehouse dating back to the 1920s. It has emerged as one of Brooklyn's finest entertainment hubs, which boasts a fully stocked bar serving a range of eclectic bourbons and cocktails. Open seven days a week, events can be held either in the very intimate front lounge area or in the performance space, which has a stage that is mostly used for concerts. The logistics and facilities are par excellence and perhaps this explains the immense popularity which this venue enjoys. Check their website for all upcoming events that include some of the finest live gigs and DJ acts in the neighborhood.
Earl's is most aptly described as a friendly, hole-in-the-wall bar, with all the charm of a neighborhood establishment frequented predominantly by those who live or work in the area. But, don't be fooled by its humble appearance for its selection of craft beer and gourmet sandwiches are most definitely worth a try. The craft beer selection changes daily, and is really quite impressive. To keep your appetite satiated while you enjoy the brew, the bar also whips up a variety of gourmet sandwiches centered around cheese, with flavor combinations that are so unusual they just have to be great. Try the Beer Cheese, or the Blue Cheese Grilled Cheese with ginger fig preserve and potato crunch. The bar can be a little difficult to get into because of its modest size. Seating is available only at the communal table. However, with its congenial vibe, good music and laid-back atmosphere, you will find that you do not mind standing as you mingle with the cheerful crowd of strangers that surrounds you.