Late Night / After Hours




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West Village
Village Vanguard


 

The Village Vanguard, one of the West Village's most well-established live jazz venues, proudly lays claim to being the former haunt of such greats as Miles Davis, Thelonius Monk and John Coltrane. Located in a basement on the corner of Perry St...  Read More


9
Hogs and Heifers


 

Hazzard County's Boar's Nest meets "Deliverance." Okay, so "chic" probably isn't the word that most use to describe this West Village honky-tonk. Nevertheless, the place remains popular with everybody – bikers, wedding parties, celebrities and...  Read More


8
Birdland


 

Although it opened in December 1949, Birdland continues the tradition of live jazz that has been so popular with both New York natives and tourists alike over the years. Classic jazz club ambiance, enhanced by excellent musicians who have likely...  Read More


7
The Brooklyn Inn


 

The Brooklyn Inn occupies a prime piece of real estate on the corner of Bergen and Hoyt Streets. Dating from the 19th century, the historic building has high ceilings, beautiful dark wood accents, and stained glass windows, making it an ideal...  Read More


6
Suite Night Club


 

Situated in Bay Ridge between 4th and 5th Avenues, the ultra-flashy Suite Night Club is one of South Brooklyn's premier dance clubs. Like a set from "Saturday Night Fever," this historic nightspot, which dates from the 1950s, offers it's...  Read More


5
East Village
Mona's


 

Priding itself on its dark and rather dingy décor, Mona's draws folks that favor alternative rock, cheap drinks and endless games of pool. The interior is stripped down and simple, adorned only with vintage portraits of greats – including...  Read More


4
East Village
Solas


 

Enjoy a game of pool and your favorite drink--this spot's renowned for great Guinness, expertly prepared margaritas and powerhouse Red Bulls! Expect some DJ action every other Thursday night and a well-heeled, enthusiastic crowd almost every...  Read More


3
Lower East Side
St. Dymphna's


 

Known for traditional Irish eats with upscale twists, this bar calls out to those seeking to satisfy both hunger and thirst. Guinness flows freely, and live folk music can be heard on weekends. A lovely garden behind the pub welcomes guests to...  Read More


2
Cibar


 

You'll find this fashionable yuppie hangout in the basement of the Inn at Irving Place between 17th and 18th Streets. Cibar blends just the right amounts of sophistication and coziness – dim lighting, an attractive wooden bar, marble-top...  Read More


1
The Rose Bar and Jade Bar


 

The bars of the Gramercy Park Hotel are worth checking out if for no other reason than to experience their swanky-chic atmospheres. With dim candlelight and furniture designed by Julian Schnabel, this daring duo looks like an expatriate hangout...  Read More


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