If you use the word “yopro” in casual conversation, you’ll fit in at The Wren. Because on weekdays after work, it’s the go-to for young professionals who work in Noho. Plan your next Happy Hour outing accordingly. (But also know that this place can be a total sh*tshow on weekends.)
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The Jones is in the tiny Noho space that used to house Great Jones Cafe. It’s a great spot for breakfast or a few seafood-focused small plates.
Balthazar, you had a good 16-year run, but it’s time to step aside. Lafayette is now the quintessential French bistro of bustling downtown NYC.
Is complaining about Fashion Week your favorite activity during Fashion Week? Are you a young, vaguely employed man with long hair? Could you identify Marc Jacobs by his tattoos, should the opportunity present itself? If so, then you’ve probably been to Indochine.
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The Rooftop Bar At Aretsky’s Patroon
Aretsky's Patroon is an upscale restaurant in Midtown with pricey American food, and it has a relatively casual rooftop bar.
Northern Territory is an Australian restaurant/bar in Greenpoint with an excellent rooftop.
The Half Pint
The Half Pint is a bar in the West Village where you can watch sports on TV while sitting and eating brunch or pub food.
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The Spaniard is a big West Village gastropub that’s a fun place to get drinks with a group, and a less enjoyable spot to eat elevated bar food.
DBA is a bar in the East Village that’s good for people who like whiskey and beer and drinking those things outside.
If you’re looking to have an amazing romantic dinner with some of the best Italian food this city has to offer, keep looking. But if you’re just looking to go out with a big group, celebrate a birthday, and have a really good time, Gemma will do.
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