Fiery cocktails warm up patrons for the dance floor at this Union Square club.
The frozen piña colada, a specialty at Sam’s, evokes a Caribbean vibe.
The Queens Park Swizzle (left; dark rum, lime, mint, sugar and bitters) and the old-fashioned (whiskey, sugar and bitters) are popular drinks at this Long Island City speakeasy.
Frozen or on the rocks, Fonda’s margaritas come in a rainbow of flavors.
The Red Hook restaurant serves a variety of original and classic cocktails, including a sunny, mint-garnished mai tai.
This lobster-claw bloody mary is brunch in a glass.
The refreshing Queen’s Lunch, made with gin, watermelon and cucumber, feels regal.
Well-crafted cocktails help lure in crowds to Prime Meats, a throwback eatery in Carroll Gardens.
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