The Best Bars In NYC To Meet Your Thanksgiving-Eve Needs
is a time for family and food, we'd be lying if we said that Thanksgiving eve is about anything other than friends and drinking. Maybe you're getting back into town for the first time in a while and need a place to re-unite with that special someone, or maybe your family's in for the weekend and you want to show off by showing them you know all the "secret" spots, or maybe you're looking for a loud-and-raunchy spot to blow off some steam before you sit down to feast tomorrow. No matter what you're looking to do tonight, if you're ready to hit the town, sip a drink, and hang with a cool crowd, we've got the place for you. And, to take out all that travel time, we've picked a spot from all four corners of Manhattan fit each Thanksgiving-eve need. Go ahead and thank us for now, but when the annual Turkey-Day hangover kicks in tomorrow morning, you may want take back your applause.
The Thanksgiving Eve Dance-Up-An-Appetite Bar
Come the food hangover, even the Black Friday rush can't stop the inevitable calorie-counting regret. Get prepped ahead of time for the biggest food focus of the year with a Thanksgiving Eve workout-worthy dance scene.
Upper West Side: Prohibition,
503 Columbus Avenue (at West 83rd Street); 212-579-3100.
Upper East Side: Stir,
1363 First Ave. (at East 73rd Street); 212-744-7190.
Lower East Side: Hotel Chantelle
92 Ludlow Street (at Delancy Street); 212-254-9100.
West Village: Bar 13,
35 E. 13th Street (at University Place); 212-979-6677.
Photo: Via Prohibition