The 11 Best New Bars in New York City: Late Summer 2017
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The 11 Best New Bars in New York City: Late Summer 2017

It should come as no surprise that new bars are popping up in NYC all the time. Many of these spots are vanguards, offering new trends and styles of drinking. One might be a more relaxed craft spot, another might have sweeter-yet-balanced drinks, and still another might effortlessly incorporate high-tech equipment and techniques. At least one of these 11 new establishments could be your next favorite hangout.—Robert Haynes-Peterson

*Bars are listed alphabetically.

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1.  Air’s Champagne Parlor

It might seem like a ladies parlor from years past, but this new sparkling wine salon is anything but flossy. Taking…
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2.  Bar Moga

During the 1920s, modern women in the U.S. were called flappers. In Japan, they had the moga. This new bar and…
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3.  The Black Derby

It’s been a while since a spot opened in the West Village that feels like the West Village. This self-dubbed New…
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4.  The Campbell

Formerly The Campbell Apartment, this Grand Central Terminal institution, popular with commuters, tourists and first dates, closed last year amid much…
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5.  Diamond Reef

The team behind Lower East Side craft cocktail den Attaboy has opened a Brooklyn spot with a completely different vibe but…
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6.  Estate Garden Grill

Long Island City in Queens is home to the best views of Manhattan. Ravel Hotel takes advantage of the natural ambiance…
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7.  The Fat Monk

From the street, all you see is a minuscule four-person bar and a handful of spirits on the back wall. All…
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8.  Jacques

Upper East Side swanky hotel The Lowell just got a $25 million makeover, and the owners took the opportunity to open…
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9.  Lovage Rooftop & Indoor Lounge

Wes Anderson meets Stanley Kubrick in this spacious, colorful postmodern lounge decked in everything from concrete and chainmail to designer fabrics…
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10.  The Office

The city’s most anticipated bar recently has been the NYC branch of Chicago’s famed experimental cocktail mecca, The Aviary, and its…
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11.  The Wooly Public

With the opening of The Wooly Public (a new space adjacent to the still-private entertainment spot The Wooly), everyone is invited…
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