Bars of the Meat Packing District

Meat Packing BarsNYC’s famous Meat Packing District is an area on the west side of Manhattan, west of Eighth Ave. to the Hudson River and south of 16th St. on the west side.  Once home to New York’s meat packing industry, it has evolved from the gritty industrial area from which it got its name, to a high-end shopping and upscale nightlife destination. Popular attractions and points of interest include The Highline, The Standard Hotel and the Whitney Museum of American Art. Meat Packing bars are known as some of the hottest spots in the city.

In our continuous efforts to “connect the fun to the fun people”, we present our MurphGuide Directory of the top bars in the Meat Packing District:

Best Bars & Restaurants in the Meat Packing District

linkAutomatic Slim’s: 733 Washington St. (between Bank St. & Bethune) (212) 645-8660
Casual neighborhood corner dive bar named after an old Willie Dixon tune

link Brass Monkey: 55 Little W. 12th St. (between Washington St. & Tenth Ave.) (212) 675-6686
Large bar & restaurant with three bars on two floors and a rooftop beer garden with a view of the Hudson River.
link Catch Restaurant: 21 Ninth Ave. (between Little W. 12th St. & 13th St.) (212) 392-5978
400 seat tri-level seafood restaurant, set in a landmark building in the heart of the Meat Packing District
link Catch Rooftop: 21 Ninth Ave. (between Little W. 12th St. & 13th St.) (212) 392-5978
The rooftop at Catch is an upscale indoor/outdoor penthouse lounge with panoramic views of the city
link The Chester: 18 Ninth Ave. (between Little W. 12th & 13th St.) (646) 253-2284
American restaurant, bar and event space in The Gansevoort Hotel Meatpacking
linkCommon Ground: 63 Gansevoort St. (between Washington & Greenwich St.) (212) 255-7484
work space by day, bar by night.
link Cull & Pistol: 75 Ninth Ave. (between 15th & 16th St.) (646) 568-1223
Oyster bar & seasonal raw bar in Chelsea Market from the team behind The Lobster Place
link Dos Caminos: 675 Hudson St. (13th St.) (212) 699-2400
One of 5 locations, Dos Caminos features 100 different kinds of tequila and serving authentic and upscale Mexican cuisine
linkGansevoort Rooftop: 18 Ninth Ave. (between Little W. 12th & 13th St.) (212) 660-6736
Year-round rooftop on the 14th-floor penthouse rooftop of Gansevoort Meatpacking with 360-degree views of the Manhattan skyline and Hudson River.
linkI Tre Merli: 10 Little West 12th St. (between Ninth Ave. & Washington St.) (212) 645-5369
Heated garden seating & a retractable roof
link Le Bain: 444 W. 13th St. (between Washington St. & Tenth Ave.) (212) 645-7600
Le Bain is a penthouse discothèque and rooftop bar on the top (18th) floor of The Standard, High Line Hotel
link Mollusca: 1 Little W. 12th St. (Ninth Ave.) (212) 488-2110
Seafood restaurant with influences from around the world
link Old Homestead SteakhouseOld Homestead Steakhouse:  56 Ninth Ave. (between 14th & 15th St.) (212) 242-9040
Classic New York steakhouse since 1868, Old Homestead is one of the longest continually serving restaurants in America. ———————–
linkPastis: 52 Gansevoort St. (between Greenwich St. & Washington St.) (212) 929-4844
a revival of Keith McNally’s renowned NYC French brasserie
linkThe Standard Biergarten: 848 Washington St. (13th St.) (212) 645-4646
Street-level beer garden under the trestles of the High Line at The Standard Hotel, serving traditional German fare from Chef Kurt Gutenbrunner. The Standard Biergarten is open air in the summer, glass-enclosed in the winter, also features ping-pong all year long.
linkThe Standard Grill: 848 Washington St. (13th St.) (212) 645-4646‎
Bistro and bar at The Standard Hotel

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