We’ve missed the joy of meeting new people in cool places. Luckily for us, New York City bars are back with a vengeance. The tried-and-true staples have reopened to a new mix of city dwellers, while some new spots on the block are carving out a whole new scene. Dust off your dancing boots: the bars are back.
- Rintintin | 14 Spring St, New York, NY 10012
Casual Mediterranean vibes make this a great fit for a cocktail catch-up.
- All Night Skate | 54 Rockaway Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11233
90s roller rink nostalgia complete with arcade games and neon lights.
- Public Records | 233 Butler St, Brooklyn, NY 11217
Record bar touting an impressive vinyl collection, natural wines and live grooves well into the night.
- Attaboy | 134 Eldridge St, New York, NY 10002
Low lights and atmospheric tunes complete this cozy cocktail establishment that’s first come, first served.
- Bandits | 44 Bedford St, New York, NY 10014
Diner-themed Greenwich Village watering hole replete with glamorous 70s aesthetic. The Bobby Wasabi can’t be missed and demands to be photographed.
Must be 21+ with valid ID to access. Individuals are required to follow state and local COVID-19 guidelines and any additional safety measures implemented by each individual business.