Upper West Side
1941 Broadway, New York, NY 10023
A concert hall at the Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts in located in the Juilliard Building. The hall has hosted several performances and events including New York Film Festival and various classical orchestras.
340 Amsterdam Avenue #1, New York, NY 10024
(212) 362-7260Website: http://www.amsterdamalehouse.com
253 W 125th St, New York, NY 10027
The world famous Apollo Theater is so much more than a historic landmark - it is a source of pride and a symbol of the brilliance of American artistic accomplishment. With its rich history and continued significance, the Apollo Theater, considered the bastion of African-American culture and achievement, is one of the most fascinating chronicles in American history.
566 Amsterdam Ave, New York, NY 10024
Looking for a traditional Belgium experience? B Café is the place for you! Enjoy a wide array of customary Belgian dishes and an extensive Belgian beer selection through high quality, authentic cuisine and service.
2537 Broadway, New York, NY 10025
Bar Thalia is a 46-seat bar offering signature cocktails and a New American menu in a relaxed and intimate setting. Adjacent to the Leonard Nimoy Thalia, the bar is open Monday through Saturday from 4:00pm to midnight, and 4:00pm to 10:00pm on Sunday.
Bar Thalia offers interactive cultural programming, including comedy nights, jazz open mic, live music performances, poetry readings, wine tastings, and other special events.Website: http://barthalia.org
212 West 79th Street, New York, NY 10024
Blondie's is a sports bar for all avid fans. Blondie's is home of Michigan State, Ohio State, Northwestern University, Penn State, University of Oklahoma, University of Virginia, University of Kansas, Indiana University, University of Tennessee and John Hopkins University. Please note we welcome all teams, schools and fans!Website: http://blondiessports.com
407 Amsterdam Avenue, New York, NY 10024
Great place to drink, gather, drink, watch sports, drink, hang with friends, drink and meet new ones, drink, dance and oh did we mention drink?Website: http://www.bourbonny.com/index.aspx
Open both Friday and Saturday nights, this nightclub offers a great mix of top 40 / hip-hop / and salsa music. Look out for their Tuesday After Work party for some Salsa and Merengue dancing!Website: http://c72nyc.tumblr.com/
Celebrating its 60 years serving, the Emerald Inn provides a great spot to grab a pint of Guinness and a solid New York burger. A very friendly, welcoming atmosphere will make your night enjoyable
44 W 63rd St, New York, NY 10023
With most rooftop bars in Manhattan are in midtown and the Meatpacking District, Empire Rooftop offers the rooftop experience in a different neighborhood. While the views of the city are better from bars in the meatpacking district, this rooftop does have decent views of the skyline, especially on the back terrace. The dress code is very strict and so are the doormen. The drinks are moderately expensive, but its unique rooftop experience in Midtown West may be something to check out if you are in the area and don't want to travel too far downtown.Website: http://www.empirehotelnyc.com
This fun and casual bar on the Upper East Side had a great menu for a night out with friends. Try their burgers, nachos, or chicken fingers with a cold beer or margarita!Website: http://www.firehousenyc.com
503 Columbus Ave New York, NY 10024
Prohibition is an upscale bar and lounge that offers a little bit of something for everyone. Live music is featured nightly. We offer casual American fare and our new celebrated cocktail menu boasts a collection of original concoctions as well as classic drinks from the Prohibition era.Website: http://www.prohibition.net
480 Amsterdam Ave New York, NY 10024
Grab your crowd and get in to Soldier McGee, the best spot on the Upper West Side to watch your favorite team.Website: http://www.smcgeetavernnyc.com
450 Amsterdam Avenue #1, New York, NY 10024
Combining his passion for Irish pubs and literature, Owner/Proprietor Drew Dvorkin opened The Dead Poet in September of 2000. Drew, a former high school English teacher, designed the bar to celebrate the lives and spirits of famous writers and poets. The mahogany-panelled walls are adorned with black and white portraits, musing quotations, and poetic passages pertaining to the universal quandaries of life.
The atmosphere at The Dead Poet is amiable and upbeat, and our proficient staff makes everyone feel welcome. We will proudly fill your glass with one of our Signature Cocktails (listed below), a pint of premium draft beer, or, if you prefer, you can sample our extensive Irish whiskey menu.Website: http://www.thedeadpoet.com/ordereze/default.aspx