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Fans of Jazz and Blues will enjoy an evening at Fine & Rare. With live music, a cozy ambiance, diverse and potent drinks, along with classic American small plates to snack on, this lounge is great for a relaxed evening. The scotch and whiskey list is extensive and the cocktails are even more diverse. Presentation of each drink is interesting. If you wish to pair your drinks with food, then you can select from a number of tapas style small plates or the cheese platters. The service is quick and the staff is friendly and helpful. Do not forget to reserve a table, especially if you are visiting on a weekend.
Sutton Bar Room is a suitable place to hang out with your friends and have a few drinks without much hassle. This happening bar has beer on taps, wine and cocktails for you to drink. Private events and live music take place at this NYC (New York City) bar. Happy hour at this bar takes place from 4 to 7 on weekdays and till late night on weekends.
With a décor that will transport you to a pub in Ireland, Stout NYC is a beer heaven which houses exclusive brews. This high ceiling-ed bar sports an extensive beer collection and has varied stouts like dry, imperial, oatmeal and sweet. A traditional Irish breakfast including fish and chips, bangers and mash is available on Saturdays and Sundays. Burgers, thin crust pizzas, salads, eight different kinds of oysters are the culinary delights of this place. Relish delicacies like fire cracker shrimp, stout house salad, chicken and lemongrass dumplings, avocado toast, and grilled chicken among others as you admire your surroundings and unwind over tasteful drinks and scrumptious food!
American Whiskey on West 30th Street in New York is a whiskey bar spread over three floors. On one side you have a huge wall exhibiting their massive whiskey collection, from which a few can be chosen and tasted. Apart from the 150 varieties of whiskey, the bar offers beer, wine and cocktails. A Southern-inspired menu featuring dishes like fried crab claws and braised short rib sandwiches can satisfy your hunger pangs. Overall, it will remind you of Southern bars of yore, with moose heads on the wall and a barkeep serving you liquid courage every now and then.
Upper East Side fraternity boys and sorority gals can relive their rollicking spring break trip to the Caribbean at this lively bar and restaurant. It is brightly painted and adorned with fake palm trees and parrots; the drinks of choice are colorful, sweet and have little umbrellas. The island style cuisine-including shrimp and lobster dishes-is far better than most bar food at The Stumble Inn. There is even occasional live music.
Set in a historic building that was once the Prohibition Enforcement Headquarters, Oscar Wilde NYC is a luxurious Victorian-themed bar and restaurant. Oscar Wilde NYC is inspired by the famous Irish author who would probably have loved the extravagant and vintage charm of this bar along with the fact that you can drink in the spot that once tried to uphold the alcohol ban. This unique venue is overflowing with equally unique opulent decor, with a 1840s French fireplace, Milan stained glass, wood paneling from Hope Castle, and a 118.5-foot (35.1-meter) bar! Try a cocktail that was popular during prohibition, taste delicious contemporary American dishes, and admire the amazing antiques from all around the world.