67 "Drinking Good Cocktails" restaurants in New York.
When in the mood for exciting ceviche and other raw seafood dishes, consider Mexican spot Tacos Güey in Flatiron.
If you’re looking to eat grilled shrimp and drink copitas full of excellent mezcal until 2am, prioritize Aldama in Williamsburg.
Twins Lounge is a two-floor bar in Greenpoint where you can bar-hop without stepping foot on a sidewalk.
All Night Skate by the Chauncey J train stop in Bed-Stuy will steal anyone’s heart who is fond of nostalgia, neon, and strong Painkillers.
Izzy Rose is a casual bar in Clinton Hill with a secluded backyard and a menu of cocktails, natural wine, and vegan empanadas.
This Caribbean rooftop spot in the South Bronx has live salsa, palm trees and chandeliers, and a booth made from the back of an old-school Chevy.
Troost is a neighborhood bar in Greenpoint with cocktails, natural wine, and a great backyard.
The Raines Law Room At The William works well for a drink near Grand Central (especially if you sit on their rooftop terrace).
Sona is an upscale Indian restaurant in Flatiron that’s especially good for a group meal.
Reception Bar on the Lower East Side makes great Korean-inspired cocktails using lots of fresh produce.
Sama Street is a Pan-Asian bar and restaurant in Greenpoint that’s a great place to go for cocktails and small plates.
Double Chicken Please is a fun bar on the Lower East Side with a rotating menu of cocktails and great fried chicken sandwiches.
Ruta is a fun Oaxacan restaurant in Astoria that specializes in mole, and makes some excellent tequila drinks.
Footprints is an iconic Caribbean restaurant is a Flatbush culinary institution and the home of rasta pasta.