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1. Pod 39 Rooftop Bar 145 East 39th St, New York, NY 10016 (Murray Hill)

A hotel rooftop lounge equipped with an extensive bar, cocktail list, and great views of the city.

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2. Salvation Taco 145 E 39th St, New York, NY 10016 (Murray Hill)

April Bloomfield's all-day restaurant in Midtown is doling out high-end Mexican street food plates in an insanely decorated space. The menu features plenty of traditional and inventive tacos, available three-per-order or as a more formal dinner, and shareable fusion plates like sticky rice tamale and meatballs with manchego cheese. The Murray Hill restaurant is a hit during the after-work hours, especially when the rooftop is open.

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3. Alewife NYC 5-14 51st Ave, Hunters Point, NY 11101 (Queens)

Guests who step into Alewife are immediately transported into an endearingly weathered community tavern, where craft beers are the drink du jour and hefty burgers served with oversize piles of french fries fuel the sampling fun. There are over 28 beers on tap and if nothing from the spout entices, drinkers can choose from over 100 different beers by-the-bottle.

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4. Tørst 615 Manhattan Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11222

Started by a consortium of "hardcore beer and food" types (including a Momofuku research lab chef, a former beer sommelier from DBGB, and the guy behind Evil Twin Brewing), this temple to all things brew is dedicated to bringing you some of the tastiest and rarest suds. Torst is a Danish bar boasting over 20 carefully-selected beers, which are all kept fresh through a high-tech, temperature-regulating system.

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5. Spritzenhaus 33 Nassau Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11222

Aside from the sausages and Belgian fries on their mouthwatering menu, this huge watering hole boasts ciders, lagers, gluten-free options, wheats, and sours, in addition to 20+ drafts and an exhaustingly badass whiskey selection.

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6. Bia Bar & Grill 67 S 6th St, New York, NY 11211

The owners of the now-closed East Village dive bar Duke’s ran a new experiment: they set Vietnamese cuisine up on a blind date with Asian brews in a hipster setting, and the result dubs them the most successful matchmakers in South Williamsburg.

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7. Jeremy's Ale House 228 Front St, New York, NY 10038 (Downtown)

This South Street Seaport-adjacent ale house offers serious brews (in 32oz Styrofoam cups) and old school charm. Open for over 40 years, Jeremy's remains a longstanding local favorite due to its lack of pretension; generous pours; and fresh, affordable seafood menu (where else in New York can you eat a lobster roll for under $10?). Well-worn bras hanging from the ceiling and nautical, vintage bric-a-brac accentuate the dive bar decor.

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