The Top New Bar Openings of 2019 in NYC

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The New York City nightlife landscape is very dynamic, with bars opening and closing all the time.

Here are the top noteworthy new bars of the year. Welcome to the class of 2019:

New Bar Openings in NYC 2019

[Manhattan] [Brooklyn] [Queens] [Bronx][Staten Island]
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Manhattan

Sponsoring venue: All-Stars Bar & Grill

All-Stars Bar & Grill:
327 W. 57th St.
(between 8th & 9th Ave.)
New York, NY
(212) 956-1606
AllstarsBarNYC.com

Sponsoring venue: Eastpoint

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25 Avenue B
(between 2nd & 3rd St.)
New York, NY
(646) 882-0593
EastpointNYC.com

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web-chain-link-iconAll-Stars Bar & Grill: 327 W. 57th St. (between 8th & 9th Ave.)
New York, NY. (212) 956-1606
sports bar & grill serving craft beer
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linkAinsworth Social: 645 9th Ave. (corner of 45th St.) (212) 234-0090
Upscale sports bar & lounge

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web-chain-link-iconAlphabet Bar & Café: 112 E. 11th St. (between Third & Fourth Ave.) (212) 288-6699
bar at the Moxy Hotel featuring a bar, terrace, co-working lounge, and meeting studios
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web-chain-link-iconBlack Emporer: 197 Second Ave. (between 12th & 13th St.) (646) 326-8543
Bar & restaurant serving Korean food by Him
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web-chain-link-iconThe Cabinet: 649 E. 9th St. (between Avenue B & C) (917) 740-7492
mezcal, tequila and rye bar serving light bar snacks
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web-chain-link-iconCalle Ocho: 2756 Broadway (between 105th & 106th St.) (212) 873-5025
new location of the Cuban restaurant & bar opening fall 2019
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web-chain-link-iconCanal Street Oysters: 380 Canal St. (W. Broadway) (646) 448-4032
a grand American oyster bar for the next generation
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web-chain-link-iconCathedrale: 112 E. 11th St. (between Third & Fourth Ave.) (212) 888-1093
French-Mediterranean restaurant from the Tao Hospitality Group
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web-chain-link-iconCauldron Magical Pub: 47 Stone St. / 19 S. William St. (between Coenties Alley & Mill Lane) (212) 480-8142 / (917) 635-1960
Magical gastropub experience on historic Stone St.
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web-chain-link-iconThe Celtic Rail: 137 W. 33rd St. (between Broadway & 7th Ave.)
Sports bar & Irish pub, formerly The Blarney Rock
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web-chain-link-iconDay Tripper: 158 Avenue C (10th St.) (646) 590-7929
Daytripper serves American comfort food, craft beer, and cocktails and is themed to specialize in lower east side history and bar games like darts, beer pong, and giant jenga
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web-chain-link-iconDowntime: 25 Avenue B (between 2nd & 3rd St.)
subterranean lounge & nightclub below Eastpoint
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web-chain-link-iconEastpoint: 25 Avenue B (between 2nd & 3rd St.) (646) 882-0593
Eastpoint is a neighborhood bar offering a seasonal cocktail, beer and wine menu…
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web-chain-link-icon82 Stanton Bar: 82 Stanton St. (Allen St.) (212) 473-2010
Neighborhood bar (formerly Epstein’s Bar)
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web-chain-link-iconElevate: 512 W. 42nd St. (between 10th & 11th Ave.) (646) 693-3048
nightclub Located next to the iconic Playboy Club
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web-chain-link-iconEmpellón al Pastor: 145 E. 39th St. (between Lexington & Third Ave.) (212) 865-5800
casual Mexican restaurant and bar located within the POD 39 Hotel. (formerly Salvation Taco)
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web-chain-link-iconFlashdancers: 59 Murray St. (between W. Broadway & Church St.) (212) 791-5261
Downtown location of the Times Square gentlemen’s club
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web-chain-link-iconGold Bear: 377 Park Ave. South (between 26th & 27th St.) (646) 850-1400
Cocktail and sports bar with a focus on the PAC-12 and on Cal in particular.
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web-chain-link-iconGran Tivoli: 406 Broome St. (Cleveland Pl.) (212) 680-5600
Italian Mediterranean restaurant and bar
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web-chain-link-iconHome Base Bistro: 416 Third Ave. (between 29th & 30th St.) (212) 481-1712
sports bar & bistro featuring 28 screens
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web-chain-link-iconHoneybee’s: 95 Avenue A (E. 6th St.) (212) 614-6818
cocktail bar above Mother of Pearl
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web-chain-link-iconJungle Bird: 174 Eighth Ave. (19th St.) (646) 868 8422
restaurant & lounge named for the cocktail originated at a hotel in Kuala Lumpur in 1978
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web-chain-link-iconLittle Sister Lounge: 112 E. 11th St. (between Third & Fourth Ave.) (212) 888-1096
subterranean lounge below Cathedrale restaurant at Moxy Hotel
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web-chain-link-iconLocal 138: 181 Orchard St. (between Houston & Stanton St.) (212) 477-0280
New location for the long-running LES neighborhood bar formerly on Ludlow St.
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web-chain-link-iconLola: 169 Avenue A (between 10th & 11th St.) (212) 420-8392
Live music venue (formerly Coney Island Baby)
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web-chain-link-iconM.J. Smith’s: 9 E. 45th St. (between 5th & Madison Ave.) (646) 596-7497
Irish restaurant & bar (formerly Eamonn’s
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web-chain-link-iconMace: 505 E. 12th St. (between Ave. A & B) (347) 866-7739
new location for the popular East Village cocktail bar
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web-chain-link-iconMister Paradise: 105 First Ave. (between 6th & 7th St.)
cocktail bar bringing upscale cocktails to a party vibe
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web-chain-link-iconNisi: 250 W. 47th St. (between Sixth Ave. & Broadway)
New location for the Greenwich Village Greek restaurant & bar
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web-chain-link-iconNo Bar: 25 Cooper Square (5th St.) (212) 441-3555
new age gay bar at the Standard East Village Hotel.
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web-chain-link-iconNobody Told Me: 951 Amsterdam Ave. (between 106th & 107th St.) (917) 409-2050 / (347) 762-0126
cocktail bar near Colombia University
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web-chain-link-iconO’Flanagan’s: 1664 Third Ave. (between 93rd & 94th St.) (646) 370-6973
New location for the long-running upper east side Irish pub
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web-chain-link-iconPaper Daisy: 41 St. Mark’s Pl. (between First & Second Ave.) (212) 777-1447
Cocktail bar in the East Village
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web-chain-link-iconPastis: 52 Gansevoort St. (between Greenwich St. & Washington St.) (212) 929-4844
a revival of Keith McNally’s renowned NYC French brasserie
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web-chain-link-iconPeppi’s Cellar: 406 Broome St. (Cleveland Pl.) (917) 714-8832
speakeasy Italian cocktail lounge beneath Gran Tivoli
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web-chain-link-iconR17: 89 South St. (Pier 17 – rooftop) (917) 512-7540
restaurant and cocktail lounge hidden atop Pier 17.
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web-chain-link-iconRevolution Taco: 53 Stone St. (212) 344-8226
Taqueria & tequila bar inspired by the Mexican revolution, located on historic Stone St.
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web-chain-link-iconThe Ribbon: 220 W. 44th St. (between 7th & 8th Ave.) (212) 944-2474
Times Square location of UWS neighborhood style restaurant & bar
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web-chain-link-iconThe Riddler: 51 Bank St. (W. 4th St.) (212) 741-5136
NYC location of San Francisco champagne bar with over 100 different Champagnes by the bottle
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web-chain-link-iconScruffy Duffy: 639 Tenth Ave. (between 45th & 46th St.) (212) 649-4675
The return of the original Hell’s Kitchen sports bar (founded in 1990, closed in 2008, re-established in 2019).
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web-chain-link-iconSecret Room: 707 Eighth Ave. (between 44th & 45th St.) (917) 708-8663
multi-function private event space in the Theater District.
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web-chain-link-iconSilly Rabbit: 603 W. 45th St. (Eleventh Ave.) (989) 2RABBIT
adult playground and cabaret theater
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web-chain-link-iconSpace 54: 226 E. 54th St. (between Second & Third Ave.) (646) 797-3512
4,500 sq ft event space, includes a 19 foot marble bar in the cocktail area and another in the main room
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web-chain-link-iconSpin 54: 7 E. 54th St. (between Fifth & Madison Ave.) (212) 686-8166
7,000 square foot ping pong social club with 8 ping pong tables, a full bar, and a private room
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web-chain-link-iconThe Stand: 116 E. 16th St. (between Irving Pl. & Park Ave. S.) (212) 677-2600
New Union Square location of the comedy club & restaurant
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web-chain-link-iconStout: 109 W. 39th St. (between Sixth Ave. & Broadway)
Coming soon: The fourth location of the Stout chain of Irish bars
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web-chain-link-iconTara Rose: 384 Third Ave. (between 27th & 28th St.) (347) 265-6855
cocktail bar & restaurant featuring a private speakeasy available for private hire
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web-chain-link-iconTracks Raw Bar & Grill: 220 W. 31st St. (between 7th & 8th Ave.)
New location of the popular Penn Station raw bar & grill.


Brooklyn

web-chain-link-iconBig Alice Barrel Room: 52 34th St. (between Second & Third Ave.)
barrel room for the L.I.C. based brewery, located at Industry City in Sunset Park.
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web-chain-link-iconCap’t Loui: 413 Myrtle Ave. (between Vanderbilt & Clinton Ave.) Clinton Hill. (347) 844-9920
Cajun seafood restaurant & raw bar
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web-chain-link-iconDeKalb Stage: 445 Albee Square West (between Fulton & Willoughby St.) (929) 359-6555
live music and performance stage at Dekalb Market Hall, at City Point
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web-chain-link-iconDolly’s Swing & Dive: 101 Kent Ave. (N. 8th St.) Williamsburg.
“Brooklyn’s Neighborhood Bar”
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web-chain-link-iconThe Gradient: 17 Wyckoff Ave. (Troutman St.) Bushwick. (718) 456-1700
cocktail spot & vegetarian restaurant
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web-chain-link-iconHunky Dory: 747 Franklin Ave. (Sterling Pl.) Crown Heights. (516) 418-2063
Filipino-American, woman-owned sustainability-driven cocktail bar & restaurant
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web-chain-link-iconJJ’s Hideaway: 97 N. 10th St. (between Wythe Ave. & Berry St.) Williamsburg.
neighborhood dive bar with a retro light-up dance floor
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web-chain-link-iconLemon’s: 80 Wythe Ave. (N. 11th St.) Williamsburg. (718) 460-8006
Rooftop lounge on the 6th floor at the Wythe Hotel, with views of Manhattan, Taking inspiration from 1960’s Italy
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web-chain-link-iconRed Hook Tavern: 329 Van Brunt St. Red Hook. (Sullivan St.)
classic American tavern in Red Hook
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web-chain-link-iconSan Pedro Inn: 320 Van Brunt St. (Pioneer St.) Red Hook. (718) 576-3916
Neighborhood dive bar serving Mexican cuisine
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web-chain-link-iconShaka Shaka Tiki: 64 Sixth Ave. (Bergin St.) Prospect Heights. (347) 689-3184
Companion coffee shop by day, Shaka Shaka tiki bar by night
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web-chain-link-iconSomeday Bar: 364 Atlantic Ave. (between Hoyt & Bond St.) Boerum Hill. (929) 480-8454
Neighborhood craft beer and cocktail bar featuring twenty rotating draft lines, cans to go, and a craft cocktail list.
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web-chain-link-iconTime Out Market: 55 Water St. (Main St.)
21,000-square-foot market on two floors at Dumbo’s Empire Stores featuring over 20 food stalls, three full bars, and a rooftop overlooking the East River.
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web-chain-link-iconUnderstudy: 445 Albee Square West (between Fulton & Willoughby St.)
Speakeasy-style craft cocktail bar below Dekalb Market Hall, at City Point
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web-chain-link-iconWonderville: 1186 Broadway (Lafayette Ave.)
bar, indie arcade, and event space in Bushwick.


Queens

web-chain-link-iconEvil Twin Brewery: 1616 George St. (between Wyckoff & Cypress Ave.) Ridgewood, NY. (718) 366-1850
Greenhouse tap room and outdoor space of Evil Twin Brewing
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web-chain-link-iconMothership Meat Company: 27-20 40th Ave. (28th St.) Long Island City, NY. (347) 808-7078
Texas style barbecue restaurant with massive outdoor beer garden
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web-chain-link-iconThe Shannon Pot 2: 10-50 44th Dr. (11th St.) Long Island City, NY. (917) 396-1828
New location of long-time L.I.C. Irish pub


Bronx

web-chain-link-iconThe Lit Bar: 131 Alexander Ave. (between 134th St. & Bruckner Boulevard) (347) 955-3610
independent bookstore & wine bar


Staten Island

web-chain-link-iconJuicy Lucy BBQ: 809 Father Capodanno Blvd. (Slater Blvd.) (718) 979-5829
Central Texas inspired BBQ joint

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