NYC’s humid summers can make your afternoon stroll seem like a lifetime; especially when your destination is nowhere in particular. To help make a point of getting out of the apartment with purpose, consider these new openings throughout the city.
All over Brooklyn, the fire hydrants have been popping open, cooling off the cement enough for you to make your way to The Well, located on 272 Meserole St. This new 4,000-square foot public house is accompanied by an 11,000-square-foot backyard making it the ultimate neighborhood hangout. The Well offers live music, 60 beers on tap, and 200 beers in bottles.
For those who’d like to take a step closer to the Hanging Gardens of Babylon, head to the Pod 39 rooftop.
This hotel lounge features a stunning view of midtown and is sheathed with green vines over the Northern Italian Renaissance framing.
The cocktail menu is Mexican-inspired, ideal for cooling off from the steel maze surroundings.
Perusing St. Marks? Swing by Kingston Hall, a Jamaican 1960s themed bar with signature drinks and food.
You’ll feel like you’re miles from Manhattan, encased by the plants and elephant pictures around this brick watering hole.
Order the Drunken Coconut, because it comes in a coconut. And be sure to make it over there for happy hour when drinks are by-one-get-one free.
When a crowd gets a whiff of karaoke, why settle? Pulse has re-opened at 135 West 41st street with all new renovations.
State of the art karaoke equipment and brand spanking new sound and light systems will keep your party occupied for hours.
The perfect spot to plan a birthday or corporate event in one of their private suites.