Nightlife in Manhattan


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  • Gizzi's
    The atmosphere at Gizzi's hums with a perfectly calibrated balance of lively music and intimate conversation fueled by eclectic, upscale American dishes and expertly mixed cocktails. High-backed booths, brick walls, and a flat-screen television surround guests as they chat over lemon-and-lime-marinated shrimp ceviche and delicate but filling salads that toss beds of mixed greens or arugula with pears, walnuts, or fried shrimp. Flame-kissed skirt steaks mingle with Achuk Chuchuk salade, as well as lamb chops that just leapt off the sizzling grill like a spooked spatula. While socializing over the mixologist's painstakingly shaken and stirred libations, guests can get toes tapping to live music performances scheduled throughout the week, or hone their critic's eye during independent-film screenings held every other Sunday.
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    16 W 8th St
    New York, NY US
  • Amity Hall
    When people need insight about their world, they climb mountains to consult with the gurus who live atop the peaks. If they want insight about beer, they need only climb the wrought-iron stairs that lead up to Amity Hall’s bar. Every bartender boasts the title of Cicerone–certified beer server, tested to prove their expertise and knowledge of all forms of beer. They pull the taps on rotating drafts and pop the top on bottled beers to pair every guest with their perfect match. To complement their brews, diners pick plates from a menu that includes flatbread pizzas and stuffed burgers that can hide chipotle peppers, aged gouda, or your house keys. Wooden booths and distressed painted brick flank both levels of Amity Hall. Upstairs, a 20-foot high-definition TV displays sporting events, whereas DJs spin music on weekend nights downstairs.
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    80 W 3rd St
    New York, NY US
  • Cacio e Vino
    At Cacio e Vino, chefs craft a menu of authentic Sicilian specialties made from fresh, imported regional ingredients such as bronte pistachios and giarratana onions mined from the Iblei Mountains. Small plates such as baked Mediterranean sardines mingle with entrees such as veal stuffed with bread, raisins, and primo sale cheese and a sommelier remains on hand to match meals with delicious inebriants from the wine bar. Cacio e Vino facilitates a festive, familial atmosphere with frequent events such as wine tastings, prix-fixe dinners, and parties for special occasions. Inside this rustic Italian eatery, exposed-brick walls and wine-bottle-lined moldings invoke images of a Sicilian countryside, while candlelit tables offer views of a roaring fire in the open oven.
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    80 2nd Ave.
    Manhattan, NY US
  • BonChon
    Bon Chon Midtown's enticing menu of Asian fusion fare entertains taste buds with a tantalizing spread of fresh local veggies, juicy cuts of chicken and short rib, fresh seafood, and eclectic cocktails. The restaurant's signature Korean-style fried chicken dances across palates with the wholesome flavor of vegetarian-fed poultry free from hormones, antibiotics, or opinions about whether the egg preceded it. As guests sip specialty soju cocktails or frosty draft beers, they can admire Bon Chon Midtown's ultramodern décor, which showcases onyx-black tabletops and pristine white furnishings.
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    957 2nd Ave
    New York, NY US
  • 100 Monkeys at House of Blues New Orleans
    Hosting the evening's set, the historic Gramercy Theatre first opened its doors in 1937 and spent some 60 years as a movie palace and art house. Now wedged between two skyscrapers, it still retains some art-deco columns and flourishes striped into its façade. Inside, an intimate main room shares space with the eclectic Samsara Lounge where persian rugs and funky wall art imbue audiences with a rock 'n' roll spirit and inspire the spontaneous formation of nomadic tribes.
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    127 E 23rd St.
    New York, NY US
  • AOA Bar and Grill
    Mostly locally sourced ingredients lend subtle flavors to AOA Bar and Grill's menu of epicurean pub fare overseen by executive chef Nadov Cohen. In the kitchen, his staff tops burgers with ingredients such as Vermont white cheddar, avocado, and gooey gruyere cheese, or crafts traditional English-pub items such as fish 'n' chips and shepherd's pie. Hickory-smoked baby back ribs and other barbecue feasts emerge from a Texas-style smoker as a wood-burning brick pizza oven crisps thin crusts nearby. Borrowing a page from old brewpubs in Northern Europe, AOA also outfits its 40-foot caesarstone bar with 25 craft beers and more than 50 bottled brews. The expansive dining room ignites crowds with 20 flat-screen TVs that frequently broadcast professional bouts, college sports, and a Queen of England speech blooper reel. Sports fans' cheers soar up toward a 20-foot-high ceiling rustically outfitted in reclaimed barn wood. AOA also hosts special weekly events for patrons, private events for special occasions, and pizza classes for aspiring dough designers.
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    35 6th Avenue
    New York, NY US

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