Best New Bars in NYC

Gillian Osswald
Updated 08/28/2017
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August 2017

Two speakeasies with sleek decor and expertly crafted cocktails are among the new bars drawing us in this month. Craft is also key at the latest East Village cocktail spot, as well as at a new taproom serving up signature brews in Sunset Park. Check out these and more of our favorite new haunts below. 

Five Boroughs Brewing Co.

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Five Boroughs Brewing Co.

Sample quality craft brews at an industrial Sunset Park taproom.

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Loverboy

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Loverboy

Pair pizza with cocktails at this East Village lounge.

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The Office NYC

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The Office NYC

Located on the 35th floor of the Mandarin Oriental Hotel, The Office NYC offers a chic evening hideaway where you can meet friends for drinks and light bites.

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Oscar Wilde

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Oscar Wilde

Located at the former headquarters of NYC’s Bureau of Prohibition, the 5,874-square-foot, Victorian-themed bar features a cocktail list that reflects both the Victorian and Prohibition eras.

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Sir Henri

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Sir Henri

This penthouse lounge tops the Hotel Henri.

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Wine Legend

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Wine Legend

Sip wines by the glass at this Brooklyn bar, then buy the bottles next door.

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June 2017

If you’ve been to every bar in your neighborhood, your nightlife repertoire may be in need of a refresh. The latest additions to New York City’s abundant roster of bars are here to help. This summer, there are new rooftops and outdoor spaces where you can soak up the sun while you sip, as well as tucked-away spots perfect for cooling off. Explore our picks below to find your new favorite watering hole.  

The Campbell

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The Campbell

What used to be a hidden-away bar in Grand Central Terminal has been reimagined, with easier access and more space.

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The Crown

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The Crown

See sweeping views of Manhattan atop a chic hotel in Chinatown.

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Diamond Lil

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Diamond Lil

This quiant cocktail lounge evokes art nouveau style.

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Fishbone

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Fishbone

Rum’s the word at this underground bar below Seamore’s.

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The Heights

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The Heights

Arlo Hotel’s rooftop bar boasts skyline views and a view of the street through a glass-bottom floor.

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Parklife

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Parklife

Littlefield’s little sister bar claims an old warehouse space in Gowanus.

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