Trendy NYC Bars – Winter 2015

Looking for new trendy NYC bars to get a drink this winter season? Well, look no more. Feeder has found some under the radar drinkeries that you must try. Trust, these trendy nyc bars are sure to make all crowds happy.

Trendy NYC Bars - Winter 2015

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Dear Irving - Speakeasy with Style
55 Irving Place, New York, NY, United States
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Lovers of Today - Quaint, Cozy Speakeasy with Specials you can't keep a secret!
132 1/2 E 7th St, New York, NY, United States
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Mother’s Ruin - Everyone wants to drink here.
18 Spring Street, New York, NY, United States


Trendy NYC Bars – Step back to the 20′s, Sip, & Relax at Dear Irving

Dear Irving – 55 Irving Place btw 18th & 17th St.

This charming, 1920′s throwback has décor, music, drinks, and the feeling of a true speakeasy. What’s even better? They don’t let it get crowded. If there’s not room for you and your guests to sit, well then put your name on the list and hope you get a call back. Feeder has visited this trendy NYC bar 3-4 times and never had to wait, so hopefully you catch our luck too. It’s the type of place where you actually feel transported to a different era, but lacks the pretentious-ness of most speakeasy bars in NYC. It’s still fairly new and trending, so go there now to claim the bragging rights that you heard of it first. Drinks will set you back $15 each, but it’s worth it. Definitely recommend having a few cocktails first, that way you can just sit back and relax and not have to throw back expensive drinks one after another. Definitely take friends if they are looking for something different. I’ve never heard a complaint out of my friends (actually they tend to tell others of this cool bar they found).


Trendy NYC Bars – Little spot in the East Village with 2-for-1 specialty cocktails before 8pm.

Lovers of Today – 132 ½ 7th St. btw Ave A & Ave B

This place is probably missed by most, as its entrance is hidden. There is typically a sign on the street noting the place & name, but it isn’t super catchy. The speakeasy-esque bar is located right under Niagra and it is sure to blow most East Village speakeasies out of the water. First and foremost, they have a list of 15 or so specialty cocktails all of which are pretty amazing and feature infused alcohols, such as chamomile infused bourbon or house made tamarind chipotle grenadine. We stumbled in this trendy NYC bar looking for a few cocktails on New Year’s and found ourselves there 4 hours later. Maybe it’s the 2-for-1 anything until 8pm that did the trick? Or the super friendly bar tender? Or the cozy spot that was pretty much empty (which we all tend to like here and there). Anyways, you can’t go wrong having a few cocktails here and you won’t feel guilty because of the amazing specials that last longer than most happy hours in the East Village. If you are looking for a cozy, quaint spot to have a few drinks and relax, then this is the place for you. Highly recommend to anyone! Definitely try the Hong Kong Garden with Yuzu peppers & cucumbers!


Trendy NYC Bars – Something Fun with a lively crowd

Mother’s Ruin – 18 Spring St. btw Elizabeth & Mott St.

While this bar may be a little more well-known than the former two, it’s still a little gem nestled in Nolita. Mother’s Ruin has great cocktails, a throwback speakeasy feel, and vivacious, good-looking people. Perfect if you’re looking for a lively scene, but not too lively. Definitely a potential spot to make some new cute friends. It’s the perfect bar to mingle before going out. The drinks will set you back $15 each, but who cares? YOLO.

These trendy NYC bars are TRENDING. FeedMeMore of all of them!

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