BARS+LOUNGES+ BREW­HOUSES

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AN­GEL’S SHARE

En­ter this in­ti­mate drinks par­lor through the side door of an up­stairs restau­rant. The sleek venue doesn’t al­low stand­ing room or par­ties larger than four, and has cel­ings painted with bi­b­li­cal char­ac­ters. 8 Stuyvesant St., 2nd fl., btw Third Ave. & E. 9th St., 212.777.5415.

BANZARBAR

This el­e­gant, 20-seat Bow­ery cock­tail bar and lounge is hid­den be­hind a blue door in Free­man Al­ley and is perched on the sec­ond floor of the space hous­ing the revered Free­mans Restau­rant. Free­man Al­ley, Riv­ing­ton St., btw Chrystie St. & Bow­ery, 212.420.0012.

BROOK­LYN KURA

NYC’s first sake brew­ery brews, bar­rels, bot­tles and pours craft sake from the tap in a brand-new tap­room with a brief but pair­ing- ori­ented food menu, open F-Su. In­dus­try City, 68 34th St., btw Sec­ond & Third Aves., Sun­set Park, Brook­lyn, 347.766.1601.

HOL­I­DAY COCK­TAIL LOUNGE

This dimly lit, sub­ter­ranean cock­tail bar in the heart of St. Marks Place is a swanky lounge with di­vey vibes, a horse­shoe-shaped bar and menu of up­scale pub fare, in a space that once housed a Pro­hi­bi­tion- era drinkery. 75 St. Marks Pl., btw First & Sec­ond aves., 212.777.9637.

ONE MILE HOUSE

More than 30 taps ro­tate reg­u­larly with do­mes­tic and lo­cal craft beers and are com­ple­mented by a lengthy col­lec­tion of in­ter­na­tional cans and bot­tles, plus a menu of el­e­gant pub fare, at this late-night wa­ter­ing hole next door to Bow­ery Ball­room. 10 Delancey St., btw Bow­ery & Chrystie St., 646.559.0702.

RUDY’S BAR & GRILL

This Hell’s Kitchen sta­ple has been serv­ing NYC since the end of Pro­hi­bi­tion, and in­dulges guests in a free grilled hot dog per drink or­der. 627 Ninth Ave., btw W. 44th & W. 45th sts., 646.707.0890.

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