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Things we love:

It never sleeps.

Times Square: so bright, so loud and so sparkly.

Taking the subway over to Dumbo and walking the Brooklyn Bridge back to Manhattan.

You can totally ‘do’ New York in a weekend.

The subway runs 24 hours a day, it might not be upholstered like the Underground but it’s got air conditioning.

Women are welcome to go topless in public, providing it’s not being used as a business.

Things we wish we’d known:

Taxi lights are confusing – there’s a light for off duty, a different light for available and nothing if they’re free.

Average temperature of the pavement in summer is 150°F.

You have to tip all the time (tip: just double the tax on your receipt).

It is against the law to throw a ball at someone’s head for fun.

New York buskers go through a competitive auditioning process.

Best bars in New York
Best bars in New York
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Ace Hotel Lobby Bar
Ace Hotel Lobby Bar

Absolutely everything about the Ace Hotel is rock n roll. The hotel rooms have kegs in the fridges and party showers can host at least 10 people, the adjoining restaurants and coffee shops are some of the best and even Read More

Amor y Amargo
Amor y Amargo

Amor y Amargo (or Love & Bitters to you, matey) does exactly what it says on the tin. Brought to you by the people behind Cuban bar Cienfuegos next door, this small Italian bar is a love letter to the finest of tinctures. Read More

Angel's Share
Angel's Share

Going strong since 1994, this not-so-secret speakeasy is hidden inside the colourful and loud Japanese restaurant Village Yokocho, and we mean hidden. Head to an unmarked door on the left with a fire exit sign next to it, and bingo, Read More

Apotheke
Apotheke

An experience from start to finish, but first you’ve gotta find it. This gem is off the beaten track – down a hidden street in the heart of Chinatown to be precise. But it’s more than worth the google map Read More

Attaboy
Attaboy

On a quiet street in Chinatown, where legendary Milk & Honey once was, this spot clearly has good cocktail juju. Attaboy is counted among the best bars in the world, and rightfully so. In true NYC style, it’s hard to find, Read More

Balthazar New York
Balthazar New York

An absolute must-visit on any trip to NYC. Keith McNally’s Parisian bistro style Soho restaurant is large and stunning. With a French menu, bustling bar and an in-house bakery, it will please even the fussiest of eaters. Seats in here Read More

Bar 54
Bar 54

When the neon chaos of Times Square gets too much, it’s good to know about this classy hideaway high above the commercial cluster f*ck. Enter the alarmingly bright hall of The Hyatt and head up to the 54th floor. They’re insanely Read More

Basik
Basik

This is the kinda bar bartenders go to unwind. It’s comfortably rustic, with bare bones, cement walls, wood beams and naked bulbs giving off a warm glow. The main focus is the bar, made from a reclaimed 19th Century butcher Read More

Bathtub Gin
Bathtub Gin

Oh yes, another Prohibition-era speakeasy. The point of difference? A copper bathtub slap bang in the middle of the room, of course.  No water (or bubbles) inside it, but whatevs, maybe they’ll fill it with booze for a special occasion. Read More

Beauty & Essex
Beauty & Essex

Name aside, the place is cool and very popular with the glitterati of NYC. Enter an unassuming pawn shop, pretend you’re shopping for a vintage handbag/guitar/ loadsa gold and when no one’s looking dive through the door at the back Read More

Berry Park
Berry Park

So Berry Park is a massive beer barn with over 14 brews on tap, flat screens, a projector for sports and DJs at the weekends. So far, so yawn. Wait for it. Head upstairs and just check out that roof. Read More

Birreria
Birreria

A brewery and a bar on a roof terrace, hell yeah. Welcome to Birreria! The place to hang come rain or shine – it has a retractable glass roof, naturally. The icing on Mario Batali’s mega Italian food and wine Read More

Black Market
Black Market

Does what it says on the window: “Oysters, Cocktails, Burgers,” and boy does it do them well. Nestled neatly between quite a few bars, you could easily think it was part of Niagara next door (it is owned by the same Read More

Booker and Dax
Booker and Dax

They chill their glasses with liquid nitrogen and heat their winter warmers with a hot poker. There are so many gizmos in the room that you could easily mistake Booker and Dax for a chemistry lab instead of a bar, Read More

Bourgeois Pig
Bourgeois Pig

Two red lanterns mark the hidden entrance of this East Village plush, bordello-chic bar, with red velvet curtains, gilded mirrors and throne-style armchairs. This place was made for a good girl’s night out with elaborate Champagne punches and fondues for Read More

Breslin
Breslin

Boiled peanuts fried in pork fat, pork scratchings served in paper bags and ostrich sized scotch eggs. April Bloomfield is the one who brought the British gastro pub to New York, in the form of the Spotted Pig in Greenwich Read More

Brooklyn Bowl
Brooklyn Bowl

Brooklyn Bowl is something of an institution in Williamsburg. Smack bang next to the Brooklyn Brewery, their all-star roster of DJs, bands and singers has a mix of the best old and new acts on rotation. Start off by making Read More

Bua
Bua

Nestled in-between a divey tattoo parlor and the crazy shit going on in Tompkins Square Park, Bua may be the best people-watching perch in New York while still being able to have a drink (at least legally). Bua is an East Read More

Bushwick Country Club
Bushwick Country Club

Bushwick Country Club is neither in Bushwick nor is it a country club, though there’s nothing stopping you donning your finest cricket whites for a night at one of Williamsburg’s most badass dive bars. They say it’s the birthplace of Read More

Cabin Down Below
Cabin Down Below

Tom Petty’s musical genius has a lot to answer for with this low key, yet high profile bar. Being doubly hidden, there’s a trick to finding it. Go to Niagara and walk past the Joe Strummer mural, down the stairs Read More

Catfish
Catfish

Want to take a trip to Dixieland? Then wade through the dodgy bodegas of Crown Heights to Franklin Ave, and soon enough you’ll find this southern-style haven. BarChick checked out Catfish on a particularly swampy afternoon, and they got a prosecco Read More

Cienfuegos
Cienfuegos

Hidden rum bar serving exotic cocktails with a dusty pink and cool lime décor. Read More

Clover Club
Clover Club

Julie Reiner, who gave us Manhattan’s Flatiron Lounge, has brought a little Pennsylvania soul to Cobble Hill. The vibe is speakeasy, but they’ve ditched the pretension. Grab a stool at the long 19th Century mahogany bar, or hole up in Read More

Crown Inn
Crown Inn

Now Williamsburg is crowded with media execs and tourists, we’re all heading out to Crown Heights instead, especially this hot little neighborhood bar tucked away off Franklin Ave. Dimly-lit and stripped back, it has heaps of atmosphere without being pretentious, Read More

D.B.A.
D.B.A.

When the Saints come marching in, D.B.A is overflowing with patrons. And by Saints, we are referring to the football team, one of New Orleans most entertaining exports, right under Louis Armstrong and Creole Gumbo, which they happen to serve Read More

Dead Rabbit Grocery and Grog
Dead Rabbit Grocery and Grog

Don’t rule out the financial district, home to high-rolling Wall Street wolves, but also to one of the world’s best bars. This 19th century Irish tavern, named after an infamous gang from the same period, makes BarChick wanna rock out to Read More

Death & Co
Death & Co

This place screams naughty, so naturally we’re into it. From the nonchalant façade to the discreet doorway the only thing alerting you to Death & Co’s existence is the host standing outside. Be nice, he’s the key to the secret.  Stride Read More

Decoy
Decoy

Duck and cocktails? Yes please. Tucked away beneath popular Chinese restaurant RedFarm, we say skip straight downstairs into this converted Laundromat and get involved. They’ve gone all out on the duck theme with wooden ducks dotted around the small space Read More

Diablo Royale
Diablo Royale

Hands down the best place to hide out on a hot day in the West Village, Diablo Royale is an awesome little Mexican styled local, with a street front that opens right up for maximum people watching/spilling out onto the Read More

Ding Dong Lounge
Ding Dong Lounge

Not even NYC free coffee refills remedies the result of a ‘quiet’ night at the Ding Dong Lounge. Located uptown but with an Eastside attitude, this dive bar has a real grimy charm. Walk in, pull up a stool and ask Read More

Donna
Donna

On a rather barren stretch, practically beneath the Williamsburg Bridge is another venture from the gorgeous Haslegrave brothers who previously gave us Elsa (RIP), Duck Duck and Paulie Gee’s. With white washed walls and molded ceilings, it feels like a Read More

Dublin 6
Dublin 6

Get your fill of sliders to Lobster BLT’s and a great selection of beer, wine and cocktails. Get down for happy hour and the outside tables on a sunny day. Read More

Dutch Kills
Dutch Kills

Long Island City is still a real place, as in there are more normal people than hipsters. It’s residential and laidback. The fact it’s home to a truly great cocktail bar is something of a surprise. Just off the busy Read More

Employees Only
Employees Only

This place always makes us feel like we’ve crashed someone else’s epic party, and they’ve invited us in. Don’t be fooled by those white suits, the guys behind the bar are true rock stars. Half the crew have the bar’s Read More

Experimental Cocktail Club (Lower East Side)
Experimental Cocktail Club (Lower East Side)

Will these experimental Francais dudes take over the world? It’s looking likely. If you’ve been to one of the other ECCs in either Paris or London you’ll know what to expect here; mood lighting, vintage glassware, a touch of taxidermy Read More

Extra Fancy
Extra Fancy

We came for the lobster eggs Benedict – pretty much the pinnacle of indulgence – but we stayed for the cocktails, and then for the happy hour oysters (USD 1.25 a pop) and then it was shots at the bar Read More

Featherweight
Featherweight

Keep your eyes peeled for the Featherweight boxer hugging a heavy bag — the door beneath this exhausted man will transport you and your crew to some old-worldly kinda hangout. It took us a bit of trekking back and forth Read More

Five Leaves
Five Leaves

This is a proper neighbourhood joint that seems to be buzzing all day every day from morning until night. Yes, you may have to wait for a table, but never that long, and it’s always worth it. Located on the edge of Read More

Forgetmenot
Forgetmenot

Walk through the door to this excellently named, super chilled neighborhood bar and try to remember why you’ve never been here before; it’s awesome. Grab a seat at the bar and hang out with the locals and the friendly staff, you’ll Read More

Gin Palace
Gin Palace

A black lacquered beast on the corner of Sixth East in Alphabet City; look for the angel wings (they’re door handles) and make your way inside. A punky, dark-edged homage to the infamous London gin palaces, featuring low ornate ceilings, Read More

Gramercy Tavern
Gramercy Tavern

Gramercy Tavern holds a special place in New Yorker’s hearts and it gets BarChick’s vote for one of the most romantic bars in the city (boys, take note). It’s a rustic and homey restaurant, with rooms filled with enormous vases Read More

Greenwich Project
Greenwich Project

This colonial style, West Village fine-dining and drinking spot is shamelessly glam. Upstairs houses a relaxed dining area, but you’re more than welcome to just pull up a pew at the downstairs bar and enjoy some bubbles while you watch Read More

Harding's
Harding's

One of the only bars in Flatiron with any personality, we love Harding’s for their bourbon and rye inventions. Frankly anywhere that lists “supper” on its menu gets a gold star in our book. Think industrial Americana with really loud Read More

Harefield Road
Harefield Road

No gimmicks. No taxidermy. No frills. Just straight up awesome. This is the neighbourhood bar you go to when you want to chat to your friends; when you’re flying solo; when you just don’t want to be at home. With Read More

Heavy Woods
Heavy Woods

This is a one-stop shop for all the things you want in your mouth depending on what time of day you swing by. From 8am it’s a super cute café with amazing pastries and soul restoring coffee. Surrounded by exposed Read More

Hill and Dale
Hill and Dale

Want a night out in LES, but can’t handle the hipsters? Well, Hill & Dale is just the spot. It’s like going down a rabbit hole, and in a good way. Named after one of the earliest recording methods, the entrance Read More

Hogs and Heifers
Hogs and Heifers

Lurking in the shadow of the Standard Hotel this bar is the home of the original Coyote Ugly. If you fancy yourself as a bit of a bar-top dancer and can spit lines like ‘I love rock ‘n’ roll’ whilst Read More

Hotel Delmano
Hotel Delmano

Firstly, it’s not a hotel. This threw us completely, and we spent a good twenty minutes walking up and down the quiet Brooklyn street, lost. We kept passing this twinkling little corner bar with beautiful people drinking interesting-looking cocktails on Read More

JG Melon
JG Melon

A regular hangout for anyone who lives on NY’s Upper East Side (ProBarChick used to go at least once a week!). JG Melon is a local landmark that kinda looks like it’s been there forever. With green and white check Read More

Kingston Hall
Kingston Hall

Smack bang in the middle of New York’s trendy East Village, Kingston Hall is tucked away above the lurid neon lights of The 13th Step, creepy. The entrance is a little obscure, up the stairs to the right of the neon glare, Read More

Kitty's
Kitty's

As you might expect from one of the owners of The Box, Richard Kimmel’s new soul food haunt Kitty’s is a tough one to find. From the outside it looks like a construction site, but persevere. Inside is a seriously Read More

La Esquina New York
La Esquina New York

Sexy Mexican dungeon bar hidden beneath a tacqueria shop. Think models sipping tequila with Mick Jagger and you get the idea Read More

Le Baron - Chinatown
Le Baron - Chinatown

Owned by the street artist, André Saraiva, whose top hat-wearing graffiti character is infamous in NY, the vibe is Shabby chic, naturally. This place has the house party vibe down to a ‘T’; bump and grind on the dance floor, Read More

Lit Lounge
Lit Lounge

This neighbourhood dive bar is popular with artists and the more laid-back. It used to have some amazing H.R. Giger sculptures out the back in the games room and recently they’ve put some street art installations on the walls from Read More

Little Branch
Little Branch

Through a brown unmarked door on a West Village street and down some treacherous stairs lies a subterranean speakeasy known as Little Branch. A BarChick favourite, this is one of those rare places where you truly feel like you’ve been transported to Read More

Locanda Verde
Locanda Verde

The gorgeous and star-crossed Locanda Verde is Robert Di Niro’s barn sized, Italian restaurant in Tribeca. Table reservations are a hot commodity, so head instead to the brasserie style bar for Italian draft beers, wines, and excellent cocktails. The bar Read More

Long Island Bar
Long Island Bar

This place was a Brooklyn legend for over five decades. After being shuttered for six years, it took bar legends Toby Cecchini & Joel Tompkins to bring it back to life, and they did a stellar job. They’ve kept the Read More

Los Feliz
Los Feliz

BarChick loves tequila, so when we see “tequileria” painted in gold letters across the window we know we’re in for a good time. More than 150 premium tequilas spread over 3 floors await you here, THREE! The ground floor bar is Read More

Lovers of Today
Lovers of Today

This is not the easiest bar to find, nor is it especially convenient. It’s about the size of a Midtown studio apartment, which is small and more than 15 people is a crowd. It doesn’t even open until 9pm, and Read More

Macao Trading Co.
Macao Trading Co.

This place totally takes you to a 1930’s opium den and back. Exotic bottles, weathered maps, pin up posters, pipes and worn traveling trunks give this Tribeca bar the feel of a dark and moody old trading warehouse… a warehouse Read More

Madam Geneva
Madam Geneva

Near the corner of Bowery and Bleeker, this little seductress looks like a Victorian gin house lost in the Orient. Think lamp lit alcoves, gilded birdcages, dark wood and a brooding atmosphere. But, let’s leave the opium for afters, Madam Read More

Maison Premiere
Maison Premiere

This is one classy Williamsburg establishment. Pretty unassuming from the outside, the sign simply says: ‘Bar – Oysters’. That’s one hell of an understatement; not only do they have one of the largest collections of absinthe in NYC and the Read More

Mayahuel
Mayahuel

The Mexican speakeasy where BarChick was born…  There’s a reason why Mayahuel is one of the best bars in the world and it’s not just because they’ve got hundreds of mescals, tequilas and the cocktails are amazing. The atmosphere is sultry, Read More

McSorley's
McSorley's

Not only does this place lay claim to NYC’s oldest working Irish man’s saloon, but also anyone who’s anyone has been through its swinging doors from Abe Lincoln and John Lennon to BarChick (it’s her favourite hangout). It’s been around Read More

Miss Lily's
Miss Lily's

Miss Lily’s is the brainchild of Paul Salmon of Rockhouse Hotel fame and Serge Becker, the man behind the launch of La Esquina in NYC and La Bodega Negra in London’s Soho. Miss Lily’s is a buzzing Jamaican outpost on West Read More

Mother's Ruin
Mother's Ruin

TJ Lynch former chef turned bartender opened this little joint in 2011, he can be found either behind the bar or propping it up, enjoying a beer. Our kinda guy. Notice the gold barbershop-esque sign in the window and be drawn Read More

Mulberry Project
Mulberry Project

Find Mulberry Project’s inconspicuous entrance opposite a cannoli shop in Little Italy. With big names like Milk & Honey and the Boom Boom Room behind the bar, you know you’re gonna have a good time. This is a small but Read More

Niagara
Niagara

This tunnel of a bar seems to be dedicated to the memory of the Alphabet City of old with its graffitied walls, gritty vibe and no nonsense approach to drinking. Expect great vibes, great drinks and normally an impromptu dance Read More

Night of Joy
Night of Joy

Night of Joy isn’t really a bar – it’s more like a garret or a living room once owned by your crazy grandmother. She scavenged for quirky keepsakes all over the world and hoarded them over the last Century. It’s Read More

Nitecap
Nitecap

It’d be easy to miss the entrance to Nitecap completely if it wasn’t for the bouncer standing outside, which is just how they want it. Dark, sleek and subterranean, this bar shelters its guests from the usual chaos of the Read More

Noorman's Kil
Noorman's Kil

They’ve got bottles of whiskey here so good, you’ll want to lay down and cry when the glass is empty. That top shelf is enough to get our inner bourbon-swilling cowgirl in a tizz. There’s 400+ on offer with everything Read More

Nurse Bettie
Nurse Bettie

Is it a bar? Is it a slutty lingerie store? Who cares, one peek through the keyhole and you know you wanna go in. If ever there was a bar built for BarChick then this is it. Drastically darkly lit with Read More

PDT
PDT

You’ve surely already heard about PDT, the speakeasy bar with the secret phone booth entrance through an East Village hot dog joint. Wacky Clark Kent entrance aside, this bar is about so much more! Firstly – it’s owned by Jim Read More

Pearl’s Social and Billy Club
Pearl’s Social and Billy Club

Bushwick is the new Williamsburg, just grittier (quite literally, it’s dusty as hell here) and more industrial. And this is its neighborhood bar, full of regulars, where they’ll notice if you’re new and be extra nice because of it. This Read More

Pine Box Rock Shop
Pine Box Rock Shop

Named for the coffin factory that once occupied this high ceilinged warehouse space, the Pine Box is anything but dead. The owners, Seattle transplants, have brought a little West Coast charm to Bushwick and, being Bushwick, a vegan-friendly menu of Read More

PJ Clarke's
PJ Clarke's

This place is such a NY landmark that it even featured in an episode of Mad Men (Season 1, episode 8). 130 year old PJ Clarke’s saloon has recently had a makeover, but the jukebox, out-of-order cigarette machine and chalkboard Read More

Pouring Ribbons
Pouring Ribbons

A bit out of the way on Avenue B in Alphabet City, finding Pouring Ribbons can be a bit of an adventure. Embrace it and if you’re late to meet your hot date make it up to them by ordering Read More

Pulino's
Pulino's

This is Keith McNally’s latest joint in NYC and this time he’s doing pizza as well as cocktails, like a champion. As with all the McNally hangouts his mark is stamped firmly on the interior, with a metal clad bar Read More

Radegast Hall & Biergarten
Radegast Hall & Biergarten

Yes, we’re about a million miles away from Austro-Hungary, but started by two Slovakian-born partners this as a close as you’ll get to the real deal. They have beer, they have garden. What more do you need? One half is the Read More

Raines Law Room
Raines Law Room

Named after a law to curb New Yorkers’ drink consumption this place has a jam packed cocktail list & buzzers on the tables. Read More

Roberta's Tiki Bar
Roberta's Tiki Bar

People made the journey over the bridge for Roberta’s long before Bushwick took off, and now everyone wants in so expect three-hour queues at peak times. But we aren’t here for pizzas; we’re here for the tiki bar in the Read More

Rose Bar
Rose Bar

Deep within the ever fashionable Gramercy Park Hotel, artist Julian Schnabel and owner Ian Schrager have created a haven for the stylish and upwardly mobile, as well as a landing spot for the occasional celeb. Although there’s less of the Read More

Rye House
Rye House

For those who know their drinks, this is meant to be the place to head to. BarChick has heard good things about the bartenders! Read More

Saxon + Parole
Saxon + Parole

It may be a restaurant, but it’s worth rocking up to Saxon + Parole just for the cocktails. Awarded best restaurant cocktail bar of the year, they say grilled meats and aquatic delights, we say show up and drink Celery Read More

Schillers
Schillers

This neon lit, white, glazed brick building on the corner of Rivington and Norfolk is hard to miss. Like a beacon, it stands out from the other dark, low key joints in this area and it’s been here longer than Read More

Skinny Dennis
Skinny Dennis

This place is blasphemous. Your nan would have a fit at the bearded faces of country music legends superimposed on the Da Vinci’s Last Supper, let alone the seventies porn in the loos. It’s loud, debauched and reeks of wood Read More

Spin
Spin

If you always dreamed of drinking in a sexy high-school gymnasium, then you’ll thank Susan Sarandon for creating this subterranean ping-pong paradise. Take some mates and battle it out on one of their 17 tables, and if all that ping-pong makes you Read More

Spotted Pig
Spotted Pig

Look for cluttered pots of plants and bright flowers, with a little spotted pig hanging over the door and you’ve found NYC’s original gastropub. April Bloomfield & Ken Friedman’s gastronomic tavern is two floors of wallpaper, mismatched chairs and shoestring Read More

Spuyten Duyvil
Spuyten Duyvil

This is a beer bar extraordinaire. We couldn’t even make a dent on their list of brews (there are 150 to be fair), coming from every part of the world, from micro distilleries to mainstream ales. It’s like the grand Read More

Stanton Social
Stanton Social

An East Village bar packed with hot people, party vibes and pumping music, oh and plenty of dance moves. Every Monday is Social Monday from 11pm until midnight with one drink on offer, all pre-prepared totally free, genius. Hungry? Well the food Read More

Summit Bar
Summit Bar

Despite being located on the outer limits of the East Village by Avenue C, drinkers from all over the city wind up here. The owners like to call it the ‘anti-cocktail bar’ – a place that serves the high quality Read More

Sway
Sway

Ok, so run with us here; the name on the outside sounds like an Irish bar (McGoven’s in neon, no less) and its decor looks like some strange over the top Moroccan palace, but it’s actually just called Sway, a Read More

The Back Room
The Back Room

Oh how we love sniffing out a good speakeasy.  Head down Norfolk Street, follow the lit stairs and enter an alleyway covered in god knows what… don’t worry, you’re nearly there. Up one more flight and finally you’ll see the Read More

The Bar at the Four Seasons
The Bar at the Four Seasons

The bars in NYC’s five star hotels are like worlds of their own, filled with glam hotel guests, bankers and ladies of the night. If you fancy rubbing shoulders with that lot, head to the fairest of them all, The Read More

The Biergarten at the Standard New York
The Biergarten at the Standard New York

The slightly grittier, Eurovision drinks option at the shiny and well styled Standard Hotel. The Biergarten is all about weird German beers, pretzels and ping pong. Make new friends at communal picnic tables and order an enormous soft pretzel from Read More

The Blind Barber
The Blind Barber

Don’t be fooled when you walk into the authentic New York barbershop and see dashing men having a shave ($40 + free drink – it’s all very Sweeny Todd). Just keep walking, that’s it, open that heavy door and boom, Read More

The Brooklyn Star
The Brooklyn Star

After a fire destroyed the original, the second edition of The Brooklyn Star opened in 2011 and quickly reclaimed its stake as one of the best brunches in Williamsburg – especially if you’ve had a hard one the night before Read More

The Campbell Apartment
The Campbell Apartment

Take a trip back in time in the swanky, former private office of a NY business mogul, hidden inside magnificent Grand Central Station! John W. Campbell’s old digs have been restored to their elegant 1920s selves, with enormous ornate ceilings, upholstered couches and Read More

The Cannibal
The Cannibal

Don’t worry, The Cannibal is named after a famous Belgian cyclist (hence the cycling gear decorations), not one of those face-eating types (although they do sell pig’s heads, more on that later). Enter through a takeaway beer fridge tunnel into Read More

The Cobra Club
The Cobra Club

With a tagline of ‘Yoga & Spirits,’ The Cobra Club is all about looking after your wellbeing. During the day they will fuel you with life-restoring coffee and yummy pastries while offering classes for yoga misfits. There’s everything from Hungover Read More