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Beauty Bar – Although there are Beauty Bar locations all over the country, there are two in New York City. One on 14th Street which is full of “bro” types (no one wants to deal with them) and one in Bushwick. At this location, aside from authentic sit-down hairdryers, you can find a ton of people dancing the night away with enough drink specials to make you join them. 921 Broadway (between Stockton St & Melrose St)

wall/ceiling hanging reflecting stage burg in Greenpoint. With a super lights, the atmosphere inside is one chill atmosphere, including pianists to boast about. Some of the greatest (yes, the bar has a baby grand local and national underground in- piano!) this bar is a great date spot die bands play or place to here, making hang out with it a great night friends. 632 almost every Manhattan show. And Ave (between they have a Nassau Ave & photobooth. Bedford Ave) Come on! 289 Kent Ave (beThe Nartween South rows – Long Crif Dog – Although the original lo- 1st St & Grand and narrow cation can be found on Manhattan’s St) but still quite The Levee St. Marks Place, the second location spacious, The in Williamsburg is dedicated to the The Levee – This place is heaven Narrows offers an extensive cocktail art of skateboarding. Filled with for a broke kid living in Brookselection as well as a pretty decent skate art and decks, the hotdog joint lyn. Cheap drinks, unlimited free beer selection. It has been called “A most known for its array of toppings cheeseballs (yes, we’ve asked for Manhattan bar minus the crowd,” now has something else to be known way more than one bowl in one sit- which is exactly what it is. It’s quite for. 555 Driggs Ave (between N 7th ting), a killer jukebox and BOARD typical and clean, but you are free St & S 6th St) GAMES, this place is the epitome of to walk around and move unlike awesome. Always filled with tons of you would if this bar was located in Foodswings – Foodswings is prob- interesting people, this place is great. Murray Hill. 1037 Flushing Ave (beably the greatest thing that ever hap- No other words to describe it. 212 tween Morgan Ave & Wilson Ave) pened to any vegan. Most definitely Berry St at N 3rd St not healthy by any means, this vegan Pie’s ‘n’ Thighs – Homecooking at fast food restaurant allows any vegan Life Café – This restaurant, full bar its finest. Fried chicken, biscuits, or vegetarian included, offers mac and cheese, need I go on? The to eat whata yummy selec- atmosphere is laid back and relaxed ever the hell tion of American with a ton of heart-stopping meals they want. food, whether to offer. Don’t eat meat? The sides Whether it’s a you’re in the are still swoon-worthy. 166 S 4th juicy burger, a mood for burg- St (between Bedford Ave & Driggs chicken sanders, sandwiches, Ave) wich, a pepor mac and peroni pizza, cheese. It is also Radegast Hall & Biergarten – With a corndog, or super vegetarian a massive array of imported beers a butterfinger friendly, making on the menu and a ton of space, Foodswings counter milkshake (shit, it easy for a large Radegast Hall & Biergarten offers I can keep going…), this place offers party to be satisfied with their meal. you everything a beergarden should. the best vegan comfort food around. Prices are also decent, making it the On a bustling block in the Williams295 Grand St (between Roebling St perfect cheap spot to eat and drink. burg nightlife scene, this bar is the & Havemeyer St) 983 Flushing Ave at Central Ave perfect location for a good time with friends. Did I mention the live jazz? Glasslands – Probably one of The Manhattan Inn – This charm- N 3rd Street (Between Berry Ave Brooklyn’s most charming DIY ven- ing little bar is located on the outand Wythe Ave) ues. With a massive papier-mâché skirts of the Northside of Williams20

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