Just six months to go until one of the best NYC bar crawl days of the year! Our NYC Bar of the Day: Slainte Bar, located at 304 Bowery in Manhattan’s East Village.
Our NYC Bar of the Day: Heidelberg, located at 1648 Second Avenue on Manhattan’s Upper East Side.
Our NYC Bar of the Day: Pacific Standard, located at 82 Fourth Avenue in Brooklyn.
Because it marks the unofficial end of summer, Labor Day always brings a touch of sadness to us at Pub Crawl NYC. Summer in NYC offers many opportunities of beautiful weather for NYC pub crawls and other city exploration. September is still a good weather month in NYC and, if lucky, October can be as well. But, those two months just aren’t quite the same as June, July and August. Either way, we look forward to many more NYC bar crawls in the months ahead. Happy Autumn!
It was 229 years ago on this date that New York State ratified the United States Constitution, becoming the 11th state to do so. Therefore, July 26th is a great day to drink some New York State beer and eat some New York State food. We wish Union Square’s Little Town NYC were still around, but alas, that spot is no more. So, we suggest a visit to Manhattan’s Local & Vine, located at 282 Hudson Street in West Soho.
Our NYC French wine Bar of the Day: Jadis, located at 42 Rivington Street on Manhattan’s Lower East Side.
Happy 241st Birthday to the good ol’ USA. Our NYC Bar of the Day: Fraunces Tavern, located at 54 Pearl Street in Manhattan’s Financial District.
Our NYC bar of the day: Ontario, located at 559 Grand Street in Williamsburg, Brooklyn.
Best wishes to you on this first day of summer. Happy pub crawling this season!
Here are a few spots to hit for a Flag Day NYC bar crawl:
Fraunces Tavern, 54 Pearl Street in Manhattan’s Financial District. George Washington hung out here.
Loopy Doopy, rooftop bar atop Conrad Hotel in Battery Park City. Great view of Statue of Liberty and the relatively late sunset.
Pete’s Tavern, 18th Street & Irving Place in Manhattan’s Gramercy section. Among the oldest bars in Manhattan.