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A60

A60 is the exclusive bar on the roof of the Sixty Soho Hotel. The views and romantic candle-lit ambiance is reserved for hotel guests and members, giving this small crowd gorgeous views of the Manhattan skyline.[Learn more]

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Apotheke

The coolness of a bar has been reduced to how hard it is to find, and that makes Apotheke the hottest ticket in town. Keep your wits about you as you wander through Chinatown, as the outside of this speakeasy just looks like an old noodle shop.[Learn more]

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Clover Club

Clover Club began as a social and sipping club of fine journalists, and today welcomes everyone. The club's ambience reminds guests of the early years at the Clover, with handcrafted cocktails, well-dressed bartenders, and exposed-brick walls.[Learn more]

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Death & Co.

Proud owners of the best name in New York City nightlife, Death & Co. is a return to the old days when special care was taken in crafting each cocktail.[Learn more]

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Dram

With a handful of establishments to choose from in Williamsburg, Dram stands out as the place for a quiet drink in the afternoon or a rowdy cocktail latenight.[Learn more]

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Hotel Delmano

There's no sign, just a globe light hanging above the unmarked entrance on a dark, residential strip of Berry Street. The Manhattan exclusivity meets you before you're even inside.[Learn more]

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Madam Geneva

Madam Geneva is a cornucopia of cultures, as the dominant theme is the French-turned-British-and-back-again control of colonies in Asia centuries ago.[Learn more]

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Mayahuel

Mayahuel is as good a place to start your night as it is to end it, with a full menu of authentic Mexican dishes giving way to an eclectic drink selection centered around tequila.[Learn more]

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Milk & Honey

Located New York's Flatiron District, Milk and Honey's new location is much larger that the original exclusive bar that quickly arose to 'must-see' status shortly after opening.[Learn more]

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Pacha NYC

A breathtaking four-story, 30,000-square-foot Manhattan nightclub, Pacha is situated between the Hudson River and the Hell's Kitchen district.[Learn more]

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PDT

Often referred to as a hot dog stand for grown-ups, PDT actually does have its roots here, as it is adjacent to the Crif Dogs space that has become local legend in the East Village.[Learn more]

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Pegu Club

Just as the sun comes up in SoHo, the Pegu bartenders are already hard at work preparing their fresh-squeezed juices for the masses set to descend upon them at nightfall.[Learn more]

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Rose Bar

Rose Bar is possibly the most beautiful venue in all of Manhattan- and it wants its patrons to look the same way. Lounge in the parlour's decadent velvet loveseats and sofas while enjoying exotic crafted cocktails. Reservations- and your most fashionable[Learn more]

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STAY

The main focus at STAY is to get guests to obey the name on the sign and stick around to enjoy the experience.[Learn more]

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The Mulberry Project

New Yorkers don't go to The Mulberry Project to choose something off of the cocktail menu- they go so the staff of talented mixologists can make them something completely custom. Pick your spirit, pick your flavor and let the bartender do the rest.[Learn more]

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