Drink away that post Labor Day hangover. Here are some of the spots we like for the start of the fall season. For more, use TAABS to find whatever it is you're looking for.



190 Allen St at the Sixty LES Hotel

Insider Notes:

  • 7th floor of the Sixty LES Hotel
  • Pop-up Hawaiian-themed tiki bar w/ retractable glass roof
  • Open till the end of September
  • Palm-printed sofas
  • Food supplied by Blue Ribbon
  • Strong $15 cocktails
  • Late night DJs
  • Nice bathrooms
  • Opened August 2015

(Hotel Bar) (Cocktail Bar) (Relaxed)

(After Work) (Outdoor Space)

(Rooftop) (Seating Area) (Small Plates)

(Cocktails) (Mixology) (DJ) (Coat Check)

Pera Soho

54 Thompson St, between Spring & Broome

Insider Notes:

  • Panoramic views from the SkyDeck
  • Indoor space offers different rooms for private dining
  • Ground level outdoor dining garden equipt with greenery and umbrellas covering wooden tables
  • Great Daily Happy Hour 3pm-7pm with $6 cocktails and mezes
  • $14 cocktails when it's not happy hour
  • Small beer and wine selection
  • Sister restaurant of Pera Mediterranean Brasserie in Midtown

(Restaurant & Bar) (Rooftop) (Outdoor Space)

(Good For Groups) (Seating Area) (Margaritas)

(Happy Hour) (Full Menu) (Small Plates) (Martinis)

(Brunch) (Mediterranean Cuisine) (Cocktails)

(Private Party Space) (Takes Reservations)


312 Grand St, off Havemeyer in Williamsburg


Insider Notes:

  • Long 50-foot mahogany bar
  • Unpretentious game-watching atmosphere attracts an older regular crowd
  • Bar fills up late night with young crowd
  • 22 beers on tap
  • Great wings
  • 12 HD TVs

(Sports Bar) (After Hours) (Loud)

(Outdoor Space) (Good For Groups)

(Neighborhood Bar) (Crowded) (Young Crowd)

(Hipster) (Bar Food) (Brunch) (Good Beer Selection)

(Background Music) (Fireplace) (TV) (Exposed Brick)