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Little Italy is a cultural icon that New York City is proud to call its own. It’s a place where you can transport yourself culturally and culinarily, without ever leaving Manhattan. After you’ve finished stuffing yourself with delicious Italian fare, be sure to check out one of these 10 neighborhood bars.
Onieals is a reformed speakeasy with an old-school vibe. They have happy hour from 4pm until 7pm, with $1 oysters. All of their cocktail syrups are house-made, so you know they’re fresh and delicious.
It’s hard not to like Epistrophy’s vibe. Their brick walls and bookshelves are great places to mingle around as you indulge in one of their global wine options. It is cash only, so be sure to come prepared.
Epistrophy, 200 Mott Street, New York, NY, USA +1 212 966 0904
One of the best parts of New York City is the unique assortment of bars and restaurants to choose from. Mother’s Ruin is a one-of-a-kind lounge. They have unique cocktails, a laid-back atmosphere, and booze-filled slushies.
If you’re feeling a little high-brow, check out the seated cocktail lounge at The Ship. They have everything from classic drinks to unique concoctions. Be sure to try some of their small plates to nibble on as you socialize.
The name is a dead give-away, but Baby Grand lives up to it. This cute bar features a crowd favorite – karaoke! It’s actually New York City’s first boutique karaoke bar. It’s intimate but remains a great place to let loose. You’ll even find an art gallery inside.
Who doesn’t love a tiki bar in the middle of Manhattan? Escape the city streets for a night at Tropical 128. The lighting will make you feel like you’re at a luau, the fish are as tropical as they are adorable, and your drinks come with little cocktail umbrellas. What more could you ask for?
Tropical 128, 128 Elizabeth Street, New York, NY, USA +1 212 925 8219