NYCity Nightlife…

Posted: April 1, 2011 in Community, Food / Dining

With countless options throughout the city, another topic often debated city wide is the  best nightlife.  Here are a few places in no particular order that keep the city up all night…

Brandy Library
25 N Moore St
New York, NY 10013
212-226-5545
Set in the heart of TriBeCa’s legendary restaurant and entertainment scene, the upscale, erudite lounge known as Brandy Library is a great place to catch your breath (and look good doing it!) at the close of the day. Booze, not books, line the floor-to-ceiling shelves behind the candle-lit bar, and the skilled waitstaff has a veritable cornucopia of top-flight bottles on hand, from aged single malt scotches to a 1945 Darroze armagnac. If a bite or two is in order, their menu doesn’t disappoint thanks to high-brow offerings like tuna tartare, croque-monsieur and Valhrona chocolate cake. TRAIN: A, C, E to Canal St

Campbell Apartment
15 Vanderbilt Ave
Grand Central Terminal
New York, NY 10017
212-953-0409
Located in the former office of 1930s entrepreneur John W. Campbell, this posh cocktail bar beckons with rich decor, fine vintage wines, champagnes and liqueurs. You’ll find an upscale crowd here including suit-and-tie types, and the bar fills up quickly most nights. With many fine restaurants just steps away in the Grand Central Terminal, this really should be on your agenda for a nightcap after a great meal.

Art Bar
52 8th Ave
New York, NY 10014
212-727-0244This West Village institution might seem rather unassuming, but rest assured, Art Bar hasn’t lasted for almost 20 years simply by being average. Up front, a narrow path bisects the room — booths and tables on one side, the bar on the other. It’s a lively (and sometimes crowded) spot. However, the real charm lies in the back room. The loud and boisterous mood gives way to a relaxed, L-shaped lounge that is well-stocked with plush, worn-in couches and shrouded with drapes. Of course, there’s artwork arranged all around — be sure to check out the modern interpretation of da Vinci’s Last Supper. 

Pravda
281 Lafayette St
New York, NY 10012
212-226-4944
When it first opened, Pravda was one of those places that only the pretty people could enter. Today, the restaurant/lounge is still a favorite among some local sophisticates but not the glamour scene that it once was. Fortunately, though, Pravda has managed to maintain a bit of mystery (of course, the sub-level location helps) — from antique Russian furniture to its speakeasy-type atmosphere. If it’s vodka you’re looking for, this is the place to get it — with over 70 different varieties and ten house-infused flavors, you’re sure to find something suitable. Just be prepared for the prices. Those looking for something a little more romantic will want to head to the upstairs bar area, which is a great place to have a quiet one-on-one conversation.
source: 10Best.com: Best NY Lounges

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  1. Linda says:

    Wow, Jackson! What an amazing blog! You certainly know how to use blog features to present a wealth of information about NYC. Are you planning to continue with this blog? I bookmarked it just in case you do plan to continue to post because your articles are well written – very conversational in tone – and informative. The videos work well, and I love the template you’ve selected. What a great course project. Congrats!

    Linda

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