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Best Midtown bars in NYC

1. Dear Irving on Hudson

Times Square is full of advertisements masquerading as attractions, spiders men and jostling crowds, but darn if you don’t have to pass through sometimes. And Dear Irving on Hudson is so nice it’s worth going to Times Square on purpose. The chic, mid-century modern space has new and classic craft cocktails, light bites and dramatic views of NYC from 40 stories in the sky.

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2. Jimmy’s Corner

Jimmy's Corner has been one of midtown's finest bars since the late boxer Jimmy Glenn opened it in 1971. It's decorated in boxing memorabilia and skews a little divey, and for years our recommendation has remained: when you're looking for a normal, comfortable bar around midtown, one that has character rather than affecting the qualities that a bar with character would have, go to Jimmy's. 

 

3. The Campbell

If you were just passing through town and only had a couple of hours to lounge, The Campbell (née, The Campbell Apartment) in Grand Central Terminal is one of the finest places to do so. Famously formerly an erstwhile magnate's private office, it became a bar in 1999 with ownership shifts and aesthetic updates in the interim. Its present design highlights include original leaded-glass windows, a lofty hand-painted ceiling and stone fireplace. It has some relatively topical house cocktails (like a cold brew martini), but you’ll want to sip the classics here.

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4. Grand Central Oyster Bar & Restaurant

As chaotic as Grand Central can be, between its eponymous Oyster Bar and The Campbell it sure boasts a high concentration of iconic NYC destinations. This one first opened in 1913 and still serves all manner of shellfish, cocktails, wine and beer under arching tiled ceilings that mirror the greater terminal’s lovely design.

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5. Rudy’s Bar & Grill

The "& Grill" here is somehow simultaneously an understatement and an overstatement. There is no grill! But there are free hot dogs with every drink, if you wish. With most of the dive’s pints priced at $5 and under, that’s a lot of dogs! 

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6. Daintree

New to both the midtown and rooftop bar categories, Daintree has sweeping skyline views featuring the Empire State Building, a dedicated martini menu (along with other cocktails, wine and beer), cozy sofas inside and a roomy terrace outside. It also has a smattering of snacks (chicken liver bacon mousse, oysters, lobster rolls) and complimentary chicken salt seaweed popcorn.

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7. Ophelia

If the Hatter (colloquially known as the Mad Hatter) moved to Manhattan and harnessed his love of menacing into the hospitality industry, the resulting operation might look like Ophelia. Everything just seems a little outsized here, including the black and white checkerboard tile floor, high ceilings, geometric windows behind the bar, velvety banquettes and the city view. 

8. The Rum House

Wading through throngs of roaming tourists will feel like a mere stress dream once you reach The Rum House the Hotel Edison. Arrive in time for live jazz every night of the week and order a rummy tipple to make an evening to remember. 

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9. Lantern’s Keep

Haute cocktails weren’t always easy to come by around these parts, but this intimate salon—tucked in the back of the Iroquois Hotel—provides an inviting nook for enlightened tipplers. Marble tables, pale blue velvet chairs and Impressionistic paintings help conjure the European salon scene of the 1920s and 1930s. Meanwhile, a small library of cocktail tomes (The Savoy Cocktail Book, Jerry Thomas’ Bartenders Guide) is reflected in the classic mixology behind the bar.

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10. Aldo Sohm Wine Bar

Branch-offs can often snap under pressure, but Le Bernardin has sprung a stem as strong as its base. Sitting across the galleria from that vaunted seafood restaurant, Aldo Sohm’s annexed vino-hub is far less buttoned-up than its big brother—no reservations or suit jackets required—but the level of detail here proves this apple didn’t fall far from the tree.

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11. The Modern - Bar Room

Located in the Museum of Modern Art, the Modern's barroom is a slightly more casual analogue to the refined main dining room. Cocktails include some "takes" like the Modern Martini with gin, acqua di cedro, aloe vera, blanc vermouth, Rockey’s milk punch. 

 

12. King Cole Bar

This marvelous hotel saloon, whose centerpiece is a grand Maxfield Parrish mural of Old King Cole, is steeped in legend. The lounge’s best-known invention is the bloody Mary—née the Red Snapper, right here in 1934.

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13. Beer Culture

This cozy bar and shop ain’t your typical Hell’s Kitchen after-work joint. For one, it looks like a place your grandpa would have loved—fireplace, old brewery signs, simple pine bar and owner Matt Gebhard’s gramps’s 1952 Kelvinator refrigerator stocked full of Genesee Cream Ale, Schaefer and Pabst cans. Big spenders can try one of the 12 drafts—recent offerings include Saranac's bready and aromatic Clouded Dream.

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The Bar Room

  • duck liver and pickled celery 24

  • tarte flambée 17

  • island creek oysters with kumquat mignonette 25

  • gem lettuce, avocado and smoked sturgeon 20

  • endive salad with peanuts and grapefruit 18

  • tomatoes and tonnato sauce 22

  • steak tartare, crispy potatoes 23

  • eggplant, spicy ‘nduja and yogurt 28

  • sweet corn ravioli in tomato broth 29

  • gnudi, chanterelles and honeynut squash 32

  • hand-cut tagliolini with king crab 43

  • salmon with potatoes and sorrel 35

  • roasted chicken with maitake and peppers 36

  • wagyu steak with sunchokes and burrata 45

  • blueberries and sake kasu ice cream 15

  • poached peaches and toasted almonds 15

  • chocolate, coffee and cream 15

  • selection of good cheese 24

The Modern's wine list includes 3,000 selections from around the world, balancing classics with emerging producers to suit all tastes. Since 2016 The Modern has held a Grand Award from Wine Spectator.

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The Modern offers a carefully curated program of cocktails, beer, and spirits. Cutting-edge or classic, we have something for every taste.

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Sours: https://www.themodernnyc.com/the-bar-room-at-the-modern/
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Drinking in Midtown is usually not our first choice. But frequently, it’s a necessity. And collectively, Team Infatuation has spent enough time doing it that we know where to go. 

Whether you’re hitting happy hour with your coworkers, grabbing cocktails after a Broadway play, or hanging out with your craft beer-loving cousin who’s staying in Times Square, here’s where to drink in Midtown.

Right in the heart of Times Square at the bottom of the Edison Hotel, this is a classic spot redone by the people behind the Tribeca cocktail bar Ward III. The place gets packed with suits (naturally), but behind all that, this is one of the best spots to drink a cocktail in Midtown.

Lantern’s Keep, located off the lobby of The Iroquois Hotel, is a great place for a highly civilized drink. There are private tables, and you can even make a reservation. Keep it in your back pocket for when you need to impress someone.

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A predictably small bar that serves wine on tap. You really shouldn’t go on a date on 48th Street, but if you must: do it at Pocket Bar.

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Beer Culture has the distinction of being something near Port Authority that’s not the absolute worst. As you’d imagine, it’s a beer place.

Ardesia is a true midtown utility spot. Meeting a date? Going out with a couple work friends? Hanging out with a random aunt? Wine and small plates in a non-cheesy environment is exactly the setup you need. Add to that its reasonable prices, friendly service, and outdoor seating and you’ve got yourself a go-to.

For an after-work drink, Bill’s Bar and Burger is the only tolerable place near Rockefeller Center. When your choices are Bill’s or Ted’s Montana Grill, you pick Bill’s.

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A loud beer bar with probably 40 taps in the western part of Midtown, Valhalla feels like a grown up version of a place you’d find in the East Village. They have decent bar food too.

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Over in Hell’s Kitchen, this little bar specializes in whiskey – and has a huge selection. If you’re into brown liquor and find yourself on the West Side, this is your spot.

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If you’ve ever wondered who lives in the brownstones in the West 40s, we have no idea. But we do know that in this one, there’s a bar inside. It’s a classic pre- or post-theater spot for cocktails and likely sightings of Broadway actors. Yes, that probably is Patti Lupone.

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Stag’s Head looks like it’s going to be a bro scene, largely due to its Turtle Bay location. But it’s really more of a beer scene. Stag’s Head excels at going beyond the typical roster of Ballast Point taps, so if you’re into deep cuts of craft beer, you’ll be happy here.

Midtown East is littered with sports bars, and most of them are absolutely awful. Hudson Malone is the rare standout. You can watch a game here without hating yourself, and the food’s even pretty good.

If you find yourself in the region of 39th and Madison, head to The Shakespeare. As you might expect, this place is a British gastropub, and it’s actually run by the same people as Jones Wood Foundry, an Upper East Side restaurant we like a lot.

In terms of selection, this is one of the best beer bars in the city, and one of the best bars full-stop near Bryant Park. It’s nice and spacious, which also makes it a prime Happy Hour spot for all the finance and lawyer people getting out of work around there. There are also couches in the back, which for some reason seems to be important to people.

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Parker and Quinn is the restaurant in the Refinery Hotel, but it’s a highly popular spot for happy hour. There’s a big bar area, and the “vintage” decor isn’t a bad look. They also have plenty of small plates and flatbreads to go along with your drinks.

McGee’s, simply put, is the best of the Midtown Irish pubs. It feels like less of a sh*tshow than the rest, and is comfortably spread out over a few floors.

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If you wind up around The Wayfarer, a big restaurant on the corner of 57th and 6th, head to the second floor. There’s a comfortable bar/lounge up there with plenty of couches and a view of the street below.

This bar does smell like stale beer sometimes. But Rattle ‘N’ Hum is actually a very solid bar, and one of the best places to hang out after a game at the Garden. They specialize in craft beer, and actually have some surprisingly good bar food.

Sours: https://www.theinfatuation.com/new-york/guides/the-best-midtown-bars
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The proximity between contemporary-art museum MoMA PS1 and much-mourned graffiti epicenter 5Pointz makes this corner of Queens a top choice for a day out, but on summer weekends, this block in Long Island City really comes alive. MoMA PS1 reignites its weekly Warm Up parties (Jun 28–Sep 6, $20, advance $18, 3pm–9pm) and this summer's performers include Yeezus producer Evian Christ, Dâm-Funk and the pop/electronic duo Cibo Matto. Events finish while the night is still young, so continue the good times with these choice Long Island City bars.

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