From the gin cocktails F. Scott Fitzgerald imbibed to the famous Manhattan cocktail, invented at the intersection of Broadway and Houston Street, liquor has long been a vital part of the lives of many New Yorkers. And these days, there are hundreds of Manhattan cocktail bars to choose between, from softly lit subterranean drinking dens
You’ve already heard all about the city’s best venues for brunch and dinner — but what about afternoon tea? Whether you’re traveling with children who want to channel their inner Eloise at the Plaza, or prefer a higher-end take on this charming tradition, peruse our listings of the city’s top teas. Bosie Tea Parlor Bosie
From the memorable coffee shops depicted on NYC-based shows like “Friends” and “Seinfeld” to the iconic Greek-inspired coffee cups reading “We are happy to serve you,” the history of New York is virtually inseparable from the history of coffee. These days, coffee culture continues to thrive, as evidenced in the numerous coffee shops throughout Manhattan.
Many people think of rooftop bar-hopping as a pastime reserved for warmer months — but in New York City, it’s not unusual for rooftop bars to stay open all year long. Here’s a rundown of 10 NYC rooftop bars where you can sip creative craft cocktails and take in panoramic views, while protected from the
If Santa’s Workshop were a city, it would probably look a lot like NYC in December. Nowhere else in the world is there such a vast selection of holiday markets and pop-ups, including limited-time Christmas- and Hanukkah-themed bars. Here are some of the most popular spots. Union Square Holiday Market The Union Square Holiday Market
The holidays are a time to indulge, whether you’re embarking on a Christmas-break getaway or splurging on a new gift for yourself or one of your loved ones. And what better way to indulge than savoring a delicious holiday treat? Here in New York, we’ve got some of the world’s best such delicacies, from Italian
Autumn in New York is a magical time of year, between the brisk weather, the changing leaves in Central Park, and the exciting Halloween festivities in the West Village. It’s also a perfect time to sample one of the city’s many delicious drinks, especially those that incorporate seasonal ingredients. We’ve identified the spots serving the
Gaping at Manhattan’s spectacular skyline never gets old, and you don’t have to cross the Hudson or East River for a million-dollar skyline view. Ascend to one of these panoramic rooftop cocktail lounges and take in sweeping vistas from the heart of the city itself. PH-D Terrace at Dream Downtown This sought-after roof terrace puts