• Drinks Served At Beetle House

  • lobby Bar At Metrograph Commissary

  • Cocktail Served At Invite Only

  • Patio Space At Social Food & Drink

  • Brunch Is Served At The Butcher's Daughter

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Beetle House

East 6th St & 2nd Ave


It’s show time!  The very best of Tim Burton’s dark & twisted science fiction characters are the centerpiece of this all new East Village destination. Cocktails and delectable bar bites draw inspiration from Burton’s famed films & patrons are encouraged to show up as their own Burtonesque characters. The restaurant anticipates a pretty thick crowd on most nights, and as a result table service can only be granted to those who make reservations.

Metrograph Commissary

Ludlow St & Canal St


The allure of the old Hollywood studios are drawing New Yorkers in to this new LES restaurant concept within the neighborhood’s Metrograph Cinema complex.  This bistro-style eatery is reminiscent of a studio cafeteria, any given day bustling with starlets & stagehands. At Metrograph Commissary the experience comes full circle, with a lobby bar, New American plates and ample room for your private party. Whether it’s date night or a night out with friends, metrograph Commissary provides the ‘dinner & a movie’ essentials and then some.

The Butcher’s Daughter

Hudson St & Banks St


A new West Village location of The Butcher’s Daughter has opened up on Hudson Street. Like its predecessors in Nolita, and Los Angeles, the West village spot continues to treat vegetables the same as a butcher would meat.  The menu is 100% vegetarian friendly and also includes no dairy at all - a recipe that, coupled with its sun-soaked dining room and expansive patio spaces, has solidified The Butcher’s Daughter as a prime brunch destination tourists as well as New York locals.

Invite Only

Gansevoort St & Washington St


The name of this all-new Gansevoort Market-owned social club & lounge lends itself to a similar level of exclusivity that is common amongst Meatpacking district destinations. You don't actually need to be invited, though. Patrons enter into the space by way of a lantern lit corridor strangled in vines and greenery, and emerge into a space curated for maximum serenity. Creative cocktails, and delicious burgers are on deck - served to you in a plush leather banquettes, but the music program is also worth noting.  The configuration of artists & acts traverses Jazz to new age contemporary performances - varying even on a nightly basis.

Social Drink & Food

10th Ave & West 41st St


Summertime libations are pretty much synonymous with rooftop & terrace lounges in NYC.  Yotel's rooftop lounge now holds the distinction of being the largest in New York City, and certainly one of the most colorful- taking a lethal dose of neon. This new sky high oasis serves a menu of globally inspired street foods that represents the best of the Middle East, France, Italy, North Africa and far beyond, along with refreshing, summertime cocktails.  The Rooftop Cinema Club, which originated in London, recently debuted programming in New York City, the likes of which can be found at Social Food & Drink from Sundays to Wednesdays.