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75 St Marks Pl, New York, NY 10003
Once a classic dive, this completely redone space now has a swanky look, food & big-time drinks.
Built in 1835 and located in the heart of the East Village, Holiday Cocktail Lounge has been a long-standing neighborhood fixture. According to the NY Press, the lounge “quickly became a haunt for poets and intellectuals,” with famous neighbors including W. H. Auden and Leon Trotsky.
841 Broadway New York, NY 10003
Creating A New Chocolate Culture Worldwide
Chocolate is not just about taste. It’s a symbol of different aspects in our lives. Romance. Sensuality. Decadence. These aspects create the new chocolate culture of Max Brenner.
Already a worldwide phenomenon, Max Brenner, Chocolate by the Bald Man, has spread its culture to the United States with its online shop and locations in New York City, Philadelphia, Las Vegas and Boston.
Each location – the Chocolate Bar – is a shrine to this new chocolate culture. Inside, chocolate associations are expressed everywhere: in music, in design, and of course, in taste. It surrounds you and carries you away into your own chocolate mood.
A holistic sensual experience, the Chocolate Bars are filled with huge chocolate bricks, candles, fine pralines, French chansons, crates with cocoa beans, colorful toy tins with ribbons, melted chocolate poured on warm pastry. Intrigued? We invite you to watch, smell, taste, and feel our chocolate love story.
55 Little W 12th St, New York, NY 10014
Long before the glittery onslaught of flash-in-the pan clubs and boutiques, there was Brass Monkey. The destination at the very end of the street – Brass Monkey was built to be a warm and reliable outpost that anyone, at any time, could come to and know they will find a welcoming atmosphere with great food and drinks. A consistent favorite of local regulars and weekend revelers alike since opening our doors in the summer of 2004, we have remained true to our promise to keep our doors open from early in the day until late at night, seven days a week year round.
In addition to offering three bars spanning over two floors of open brick and rich wood interior, Brass Monkey features the only rooftop beer garden with a stunning view of the Hudson River.
Our beer program offers the most extensive selection in the neighborhood with over 100 domestic, import and craft drafts and bottles for your tasting pleasure. In our brand new Copper Room, we feature 10 rotating lines of craft beers that spotlight a different region of American every season.
We also offer a carefully selected list of Old and New World wines, a diverse yet unpretentious cocktail list as well as every spirit available under the sun.
Couple that with a menu of seasonally rotating, delicious house made comfort dishes perfect for sharing or enjoying when you come to visit with your favorite bartender and you will be consistently pleased to find everything you are looking for all in one place.
Couple that with a menu of delicious house made comfort dishes perfect for sharing or enjoying when you come to visit with your favorite bartender and you have everything you’ve been looking for.
178 Broadway, Brooklyn NY 11211
Peter Luger Steak House has been serving the finest steaks since 1887. We choose from only the finest USDA PRIME meat available. The selection process is crucial and therefore is done only by members of the family who visit the wholesale markets on a daily basis. It begins with fresh sides of beef that usually come from the Midwest. The section of beef used is called the short loin. Only those cattle graded PRIME by the United States Agriculture Department are even considered. It is then important to examine the color, fat conformation and bones.
300 W 40th St, New York, NY 10018
Beer Authority features three spacious floors, a 63-foot mahogany bar and tables to seat 150. There are 90 taps, including some dispensing cask ales, and another 100 beers by the bottle. The emphasis is on craft beers from across the globe. Climb the stairs to our second floor and you will find a spacious, modern bar with a menu of innovative, high quality pub fare. The menu consists of comfort classics like sliders and shepherds pie; typical beer food like soft tacos, buffalo wings, and fish and chips; and more elaborate fare, including steak, pan-roasted salmon and homemade pizzas.
You can expect an upscale pub experience in the heart of Times Square. Roof-top lovers will enjoy our great happy hours and great views of the city’s surrounding, with state of the art HD TVs.
206 West Street, New York, NY 10282
At The Palm, our philosophy is simple: Treat guests like family, serve great food, and always exceed expectations.
That philosophy was born in 1926, when Pio Bozzi and John Ganzi opened the first Palm in New York City. From day one, Pio and John shared their commitment to quality and generosity of spirit with every guest who walked through their doors. What began as a restaurant became a legend – a place to not only enjoy an excellent meal but also catch up with old friends, meet new ones, close business deals, and celebrate family milestones.
Still owned and operated by members of the Bozzi and Ganzi families, The Palm continues to serve as a second home for countless patrons, thanks to the exceptional standard of hospitality established by our founders.
75 9th Avenue, New York NY 10011
The surreal atmosphere of this awe-inspiring restaurant in New York’s Meatpacking district combines the serenity of Asia with the flamboyance of 16th century Paris. The menu features fanciful interpretations of Chinese dishes and delights even the most discriminating palates.
1011 3rd Ave., New York NY 10065
Our story begins in Porto Alegre, Brazil. Living the cattle rancher’s life and feasting in the traditional rodizio style native to this region, one of the partners had visions of bringing this culture north to the United States. The unique concept offers diners a parade of meats and an extravagant seasonal salad area. After years of hoping and dreaming, this rodizio vision became a reality. The destination of choice was no other than the cattleman’s land … Texas.
Settling in Texas, it was apt that this unique style brought from Brazil be combined with the hospitality that is indigenous to the lone star state. Combining the culture and feast of Brazil with the service and class of the states, Texas de Brazil Brazilian Steakhouse emerged. Texas de Brazil is family owned and operated and continues to expand both domestically and internationally to bring the Brazilian Steakhouse dining experience to new and exciting geographical locations.
538 E 14th St New York, NY 10009
A small group of native New Yorkers and one Pittsburghian got together in early 2002 and decided that New York City did not have a decent Tiki Bar since the demise of Hawaii Kai in Times Square and the destruction of Trader Vic’s at the Plaza Hotel by Ivana Trump. They approached their friend and fellow Tiki afficianado/Club Owner Deb Parker (owner of Beauty Bar & Barmacy) about buying Barmacy and transforming it into New York City’s own little Tiki oasis. Thus with her blessing and the blessings of all the South Sea Gods, Otto’s Shrunken Head opened in the summer of 2002. The goal was to bring the laid back island vibe of the South Pacific to New York City. Manhattan is after all, an island.
Otto’s is a new interpretation of the Tiki Bar, mixing traditional Tiki decor and potent rum based concoctions with live bands and DJs resulting in NYC’s premier Rock-n-Roll Tiki joint.
Although not really a live music venue in the traditional sense Otto’s quickly became a fixture in the East Village music scene hosting an incredibly diverse group of bands playing everything from Lounge/Exotica, Rockabilly, Punk, Country, Rock, Garage, Metal, Surf and Acoustic/Singer/Songwriter.
However, we are not just limited to live music. We’ve got great DJs throughout the week, we also host a variety of Open Mics, Spoken Word/Poetry, Literary Readings, Film Screenings and have a monthly live band Karaoke night. Although we don’t serve food at Otto’s, we’ve been known to host a BBQ or two during the summer and have had a few cooking contests as well.
147 West 43rd St. New York, NY 10036 (Casablanca Hotel)
Tony’s has served up some of the best Old New York Italian favorites since 1959. To truly appreciate this restaurant, come with a large family and a large appetite. Portions are huge, designed to serve two to three people.
My cooking comes from Southern Neapolitan traditions, and are served up in huge family style platters that serve 2 to 3 people. My recipes have been handed down to my children who have continued to bring our traditions to you. We have watched thousands of New York families grow up with us at our dinner table, and we invite you to come and see us anytime…or give us a call and we’ll deliver our delicious food to you.
783 8th Ave, New York, NY 10036
Latitude is a 3 level venue that has something to offer on every floor. On our 1st floor you can dine to our full menu and enjoy our creative cocktails at our 36ft bar, while relaxing at a table or booth by the fireplace. On our 2nd floor is a red vintage style billiards room, with classic style furniture that also offers a fireplace. Across the way is a wooden based Mardi-Gras bar, with 10ft windows looking out onto 8th Ave. If you are looking for more of an exclusive atmosphere, the 3rd floor Executive Lounge is the place for you. In its green/blue warm feel, it offers beautiful lighting, corporate furniture and a VIP lounge.
With all of this to offer, including our high-ceiling space, great DJ’s and a hot, friendly staff, what more can we offer? We forgot to mention that we offer 20 plasma TV’s, which are located on every floor and all of this is under one roof, right in the heart of the greatest city in the world!