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  • Three of Cups
    83 First Ave. | East Village

    The decor is Medieval/Occult, the food, modern Italian with a twist. The butter-dripping baked potato and the crostini with roasted garlic make good starters/snacks. You can top them off with a... More on Three of Cups »

  • Rodeo Bar
    375 Third Ave. | Murray Hill

    With the exception of a mechanical bull, Rodeo Bar has found a way to incorporate every joyous, grandiose Texan stereotype into one building. Positioned at the center of the room above the bar,... More on Rodeo Bar »

  • Irving Plaza
    17 Irving Place | East Village

    In recent years, the historic Irving Plaza has had more name changes than Puff Daddy. This 1,200-capacity venue has gone from Irving Plaza to the Fillmore New York at Irving Plaza to the Fillmore... More on Irving Plaza »

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  • Beacon Theatre
    2124 Broadway | West 70s

    The Beacon, an old vaudeville theater that dates back to 1928, presents performances that range from productions of A Christmas Story

    to the annual two-week residency of the Allman Brothers in...

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  • Bowery Ballroom
    6 Delancey St. | Lower East Side

    The Bowery Ballroom is generally regarded as the city's best music venue. It has three floors, three bars, an intimate 550-person capacity, balconies for the mosh-pit-adverse, and status as the... More on Bowery Ballroom »

  • Arlene's Grocery
    95 Stanton St. | Lower East Side

    Arlene's Grocery was converted from a bodega of the same name over a decade ago. It has built oodles of street cred since then, having booked the Strokes pre-fame, hosted the sad Dashboard... More on Arlene's Grocery »

  • Hotel on Rivington
    107 Rivington St. | Lower East Side

    Sleek, sexy, and sophisticated often get tossed around when describing the atmosphere of the Lower East Side's Hotel on Rivington. Though the mod-chic veneer is starting to wear a little thin in... More on Hotel on Rivington »

  • Pianos
    158 Ludlow St. | Lower East Side

    A staple of the Lower East Side, Pianos offers two stages to check out tunes when you need a respite from the inanity of Ludlow Street. Squeeze past the throngs of drunken hipsters in the front... More on Pianos »

  • Union Hall
    702 Union St. | Park Slope

    Park Slope packs a lot into one small, book-lined space: bocce ball, the best up-and-coming indie acts, and Tearing the Veil of Maya, a weekly comedy show with Eugene Mirman and Michael Showalter.... More on Union Hall »

  • Le Poisson Rouge
    158 Bleecker St. | Greenwich Village

    Undaunted by the weighted expectations given its address at the former Village Gate site, LPR is now offering a nightly program of what our own music editor calls "relentless and delightful... More on Le Poisson Rouge »

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  • Jonah Miller began mapping out plans for a restaurant when he was still a teenager. "Broadly speaking, I grew up in the city, and I knew from a very young age what I wanted to do," he says. "I started working in restaurants at 14." Twelve years later, the chef -- who has spent time behind the burners at Chanterelle, Gramercy Tavern, and Savoy -- is making good on that goal. Huertas (107 First... More on Huertas »

  • When one restaurant's doors close, another restaurant's doors open in fast-paced New York City, and every Friday we'll fill you in on what opened up around town this week. This week: a soba restaurant above a sushi mainstay, a grilled cheese joint in Bushwick, and a Paris wine bar finds a home stateside. Daruma-Ya, 428 Greenwich Street, 212-274-0428 The restaurant above Sushi Azabu is now... More on Daruma-Ya »

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