Walk inside the Sixty Soho Hotel, go up a flight of stairs, and you’ll find a big, semi-hidden spot called The Gordon Bar. It’s a cocktail bar with big couches and coffee tables covered in coffee table books, and it’s perfect for when you need a nice spot in Soho to drink with a few clients or a couple of people who don’t go out that much anymore. Your drinks won’t be cheap, but you should be able to find a seat easily enough.

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Where to get a drink after you return something to Bloomingdales.

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Where to go when you need someplace quieter than your favorite Saturday-night spot.

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