New York City, New York 9 Best Spots to Go Out in NYC Mini Guide by Alicia Jones

Craft beers, cocktails, dancing or rooftop bars, here's a guide to some of the best places to go after hours in NYC.

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Dress to impress (no hats, sneakers or ripped jeans) to get into this rooftop bar in Times Square. Watch the sun set over the neon lights.

Ava Lounge

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The Delancy

 
The Delancey in the Lower East Side is a cheaper alternative to roof-top drinks. Sundays and Mondays have 2-for-1 specials and watch out for the weekends - it's usually packed with large groups. For a roof-top paradise, this is the place to go.

The Delancy

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Barcade

 
Craft beer and vintage arcade games. Need we say more?

Barcade

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A NY institution, this pub serves great food but if it's craft beer you're looking for on a night out, this is the place to head.

Blind Tiger

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You can check the Village Voice for what's on while you're in the city or just show up at the venue and you should be able to get tickets in. If you're a jazz lover, then this is a must and the Vanguard is one of New York's most beloved music clubs.

Village Vanguard

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If you want to laugh, this is the place to head. Everyone from Jerry Seinfeld to Louis CK have performed here and you may see the next big star.

Carolines on Broadway

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This hip bar in Chelsea is a place to see and be seen. Great cocktails too!

APT

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Sullivan Room has embodied the true spirit of underground electronic dance music and is currently the New York City’s longest running underground house and techno institution. Standing above the rest as a daring pioneer in supporting local talent and bringing forth fresh international artists to this day, paving the way for many. Sullivan Room does not aspire to be popular nor hip, (no picky dress code), it simply continues to be loyal and true to the music, the artists and fans, while featuring talent on the rise, and legends of our time, maintaining a strong grip on New York City scene and impact on global underground dance music culture.

Sullivan Room

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If you want to go to the club and are looking for a more upscale crowd, then dress to impress to get into Kiss & Fly. They have a very strict dress code so no jeans or sneakers and prepare to pay a hefty cover charge.

Kiss & Fly

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