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10 Great Bars To Go To With 10 Or More People

Where to roll when you’re rolling deep.

8 Spots
Launch Map
9 Spots
Launch Map

It always starts so simply. Four of you are going to grab drinks. An hour later, someone sends an email around and Steve’s sister in town from Cleveland is SO IN, GUYS. Suddenly, you need a spot where you can easily roll in with 10. Here are some spots where you can comfortably do just that. And as a bonus, most of them are big enough that you can pretty easily peel off. Just in case you need to lose Steve.

The Spots


Loreley Restaurant & Biergarten

$$$$ 7 Rivington St

Next time someone suggests your group go to The Standard Biergarten or Houston Hall, politely suggest Loreley instead. It has all the same important features - convenient location, large beers, German pretzels, long tables - but with significantly less hairgel.



$$$$ 271 11th Ave.

A huge new Chelsea warehouse space with excellent small plates? Welcome to the world, Porchlight. Another order of crab toast, please.

Ryan Muir

Pier A Harbor House

$$$$ 22 Battery Place

This place is so big it may cause vertigo. It’s all the way down by Battery Park, but if you’re rolling 30 deep, it’s worth the excursion.

Ryan Muir

Lavender Lake

$$$$ 383 Carroll St.

Lavender Lake has it all. A big inside space AND a big patio. Fancy cocktails AND happy hour until 8pm. AND some really good food. Eat, drink, repeat.


Harlem Tavern

$$$$ 2153 Frederick Douglass Blvd

If you need to keep it all the way uptown, check out Harlem Tavern. There are certainly spots with more salvaged wood that don’t have a huge neon sign outside, but are they above 86th Street with a huge patio? Didn’t think so.



$$$$ 145 Avenue C

Esperanto, still bringing it. Avenue C is now full of venues catering to the reasonably classy sh*tshow crowd, but Esperanto is the OG. It’s a great place to start as a group, with plenty of nearby options to peel off for eats, or for turning the night into a late one.



$$$$ 281 Lafayette St

Pravda, the Russian-themed Keith McNally restaurant in Nolita, isn’t always an obvious choice, but it’s actually a good one. It’s big, fun, and a few shots of beet-infused vodka will make that guy who invited himself slightly more tolerable.


Radegast Hall & Biergarten

$$$$ 113 N 3rd St.

Big beers, a big space, and people who recently heard Williamsburg was a neat place to hang out. Radegast is probably the first place you went off the L train six years ago. It’s still a great spot for drinking with a group, and eating a sausage off their grill.

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