Bars in North Bergen


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  • The Night of Champagne
    With more than 10,000 brands of champagne in the world, how do you choose which ones to try? You could close your eyes and throw a dart at the shelf in a wine store?or, you could have a champagne expert narrow down the selection to a couple hundred kinds, and taste them at a lavish party. The Night of Champagne is such a party, curated by the Champagne Sommelier and set inside Ambassador Wine and Spirits. On both floors of the store, guests snack on hors d'oeuvres and sample myriad champagnes, comparing vintages, non-vintages, and ros?s. Those with VIP tickets, meanwhile, participate in a speed tasting of high-end brands, including Dom Perignon, Krug, and Cristal.
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    1020 2nd Avenue
    New York, NY US
  • Olma Caviar Boutique and Bar
    For the uninitiated, caviar and the culture that surrounds it may seem shrouded in mystery. Not so at Olma Caviar Boutique & Bar, where the caviar options are laid out in front of you behind a panel of curved glass. Here, dozens of red and black caviar varieties tempt palates: the current selection includes sturgeon-sourced Russian Osetra Karat caviar and red salmon caviar, whose bright red orbs burst with sweetness. Guests can take their roe on blinis, open-face sandwiches, or paired with other gourmet eats such as smoked lox and foie gras. To add even more elegance, Olma also offers espresso bar drinks as well as wine, champagne, and cocktails.
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    1 W 58th St.
    New York, NY US
  • Brooklyn Colony
    Mozzarella-drenched steak heroes, crab cakes with housemade tartar sauce and corn relish, a full bar of domestic and imported brews, plus cocktails. There are plenty of palate-pleasing reasons that Brooklyn Colony endures in neighborhood hearts, and its atmosphere??flanked by brick and red walls??only charms further. But for many, Brooklyn Colony's biggest draw is its calendar. Chock-full of entertainment and interactive events, the restaurant's agenda book is as stuffed as its mushroom- and cheese-laden portobello burger, and as creative as its treble clef chowder. Blues bands, Beatles brunches, karaoke, and jam sessions are among the establishment's friendship-fomenting activities.
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    274 4th Avenue
    New York, NY US
  • Spring Break NYC Bar Crawl
    After winter's frozen reign, spring brings the city back to life as the trees bud, clothing layers dwindle, and bar patrons no longer wince every time someone opens the door. The Spring Break NYC Bar Crawl celebrates the return to warmth and leaving home sans a second pair of socks with an 11-bar smorgasbord of good times. With Spring Break mugs in hand, revelers start at SideBar before venturing to the other hot spots on the list?including BarFly, Whiskey Rebel, and McSwiggan's?while downing a free beer and drink specials for $5 and less along the way.
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    120 E 15th St.
    New York, NY US
  • Open Bar Hospitality
    Cuisine Type: Mixology Experience Established: 2005 Reservations: Required Handicap Accessible: Yes Parking: Metered street parking Kid-friendly: No Alcohol: Full bar Delivery / Take-out Available: No Outdoor Seating: No Pro Tip: RSVP directly after purchasing offer to insure a seat. Q&A with George Duval, Mixologist/teacher Or As I Prefer To Be Called "humble Barkeep" What made you want to work with food? When did you first develop that passion? I started out as a barback and fell in love with the craft. I have been fortunate to work with some amazing chefs and have had an opportunity to work with some of the best ingredients. [I enjoy] elevating my craft and knowledge simultaneously. Is there anything else you want to add that we didn't cover? I am George Duval the creator of the Mixology Class. I have created cocktails for some of New York's hottest clubs, restaurant, and lounges: Marc Forgione, Cookshop, BLT, The 40/40 club, The Top of the Standard "The Boom Boom Room", Johnny Utahs, Negril, and Soco. In your own words, how would you describe your menu? A fusion of Classic Cocktails with modern technic. My cocktails are progressive yet approachable.
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    335 Flatbush Avenue
    New York, NY US
  • The Liberty Theater/Restaurant
    For years after its construction in 1904, the Liberty Theater housed some of Broadway's most popular shows, and the likes of Fred Astaire, Marilyn Miller, and George Cohen graced its stage. Its glitzy interiors, meanwhile, represented the opulence of show business. Today, that grand stage is closed, but its memory lives on in The Liberty Diner. Though recently renovated, the space retains much of its original interior architecture, including the glimmering retro decor and the colorful fish tank where all the actors were kept before every show. To match this spirit, the Diner's kitchen churns out dishes inspired by classic diners and bistros of the 20th century?but with a slightly modern twist. The signature house burger is topped with bacon and bleu cheese, and offered up alongside sandwiches such as a rare ahi tuna steak and a towering open-faced reuben. Hearty Italian pastas topped with seafood or cream sauce, tender bistro-style steak frites, and house specialties such as fish and chips and oven-baked meatballs are also served. Classic house cocktails and wine provide the ideal pairings for every dish.
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    234 W 42nd St
    New York, NY US

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