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The Marlton

2016 February 7
by Iheartnycbars

Built in 1900 tons of artists stayed here including Jack Kerouac, who drafted here “The Subterraneans” and “Tristessa”. Now a shi-shi cocktail bar/hotel, that doesn’t get too packed on weekends.

5 west 8th st. Between 6th and 5th ave. 10011, tel. 212 321 0100

Lenox Lounge Tragedy

2013 January 11
by Iheartnycbars

The Lenox lounge as we know it is closed. Yet another lease dispute. Owner of building wants more money, along comes the managing partner at Nobu and gets the lease and promises to leave everything as is (as if). Owner of bar takes original art deco furnishing and neon sign with him and says he will open a place a few block up the street.

Sad day for history and jazz buffs. New York you are bringing me down.

New York City: NYC’s top speakeasy style bars

2012 December 6
by Iheartnycbars

These are some of NYC´s top speakeasy style bars enjoy!

The Mulberry Project

Manhattan Inn

Hotel Delmano

Little Branch

Raines Law Room





Hurricane Club

2012 October 30
by Iheartnycbars

The Hurricane Club is a Polynesian restaurant with decent food and a dance club named Riff Raff. Which is just a fancy term for New Jerseyans. If you still want to go, make reservations.

Hours: Tue-Sun 11 pm – 4 am

360 Park Ave S, (between 25th St & 26th St)  New York, NY 10010, tel. 212-951-7111


Glass Bar

2012 August 17
by Iheartnycbars


Another unassuming rooftop bar, this one is in the flower district. Surprisingly the view is not as ho-hum as the hotel or the clientele. A good option if you like views with no frills and $9 beers.

127 W. 28th st nr 6th ave. Tel. 213-973- 9000

Local West

2012 July 14
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by Iheartnycbars


Ok, this place hardy counts as a rooftop. But, if you find yourself around Penn Station on a nice summer day it might fit the bill – if you’re not too picky. But then again, why in the hell were you in that area anyway?

1 Penn Plz, 33rd St & 8th Ave, Hell’s Kitchen, New York, NY 10119 tel. 212 629 70 70

Ox Cart Tavern

2012 June 10
by Iheartnycbars

Ditmas Park is a suburban oasis developed at the turn of the last century. Imagine beautiful Tudor and Victorian mini mansions in Flatbush Brooklyn. A great walk on a weekend afternoon. And a great spot to recharge is the Ox Cart Tavern, with good burgers and a chill neighborhood crowd, with whom you can toast to gentrification -you know, the good early-stage kind.

1401 Newkirk Ave. nr Argyle Rd. Ditmas Park, Brooklyn 11230, tel. 718-284-0005