A supper club in Times Square that connects customers while being very spacious. The club is a blues and classic rock venue. This place has great sound while allowing sight to the performers from just about anywhere in the venue.
270 W. 43rd St
A clean and cozy bar with calming décor. If you’re in the area and need a break from the Midtown cacophony, this is a place that offers a relaxing and hip atmosphere.
57 E. 57th St
‘The Bar’ is known for its fascinating atmosphere, comfortable seating, and extensive menu of martinis. The noise level is kept at a minimum.
485 Fifth Ave at 41st Street
This bar is located, as the name states, downstairs from the hotel lobby. The perfect lighting and seating wont distract you from the trained mixologists behind the two long bars.
A nicely packed, high-tech Italian bar, Bar Veloce is known for being a crime scene in 2002 where the bars blonde patron saints tackled a hostage taker. This place has sly style and nice wines as well as platters for two.
231 E. 14th St
An old beauty parlor transformed into a bar to create ‘Beauty Bar’. Here you can get a $10 manicure while sipping on a free drink that comes with it. This bar is decorated with a lot of it’s original furniture such as the chandeliers and hair dryers.
127 W. 26th St
Black Door is a cozy neighborhood bar, which almost acts a hidden hideout. It’s pretty easy to miss the bar while walking down the street but if you don’t you’ll find yourself surrounded by a sophisticated atmosphere and friendly people. This bar offers a private space for a party between 40 to 100 people with it’s own sound system and bar.
Blarney Rock Pub
137 W. 33rd St
If you’re a sporty kind of guy, this pub will fascinate you. Blarney Rock Pub has 14 TVs and is filled with all kinds of sports memorabilia as décor. Even the bartender will probably be wearing some kind of sports jersey.