Death & Co.

This bar celebrates the art of the cocktail and the end of Prohibition with serious mixologists preparing creative libations. Su-Th 6 pm-2 am, F-Sa 6 pm-3 am.

Death + Company

This classy, understated bar, inspired by Prohibition-era speakeasies, offers exquisitely crafted cocktails and cuisine. Mon-Thurs 6 p.m.-1 a.m., Fri & Sat 6 p.m.-2 a.m.

Diamond Horseshoe

Glitz. Grandiosity. History. The Diamond Horseshoe, a reinvented palace of pleasure that boomed during the 1940s, is back and better than ever. Guests descend down a majestic spiral staircase and into a huge ballroom, with multiple bars and stages, where dancers and performers contort and sway in a seductive series of spectacles. The space hosts the hit dinner show Queen of The Night, an interactive evening of cuisine and spellbinding cabaret (see for tickets).

Dizzy’s Club Coca-Cola

Sleek furnishings, low lighting and talented performers define this intimate club that also boasts a stunning stage backdrop: the glittering Manhattan skyline. Highlights:

Nov. 15-18: Ellis Marsalis Quintet

Nov. 21-25: Wycliffe Gordon & Friends

Nov. 29-Dec. 2: Mary Stallings with the Emmet Cohen Trio

Dec. 7-9: Ben Allison & Think Free

Dec. 14-16: Joe Farnsworth Quartet

Dec. 21-23: Barry Harris Trio

Don't Tell Mama

This popular cabaret, piano bar and restaurant showcases established and up-and-coming performers nightly. From 9 pm on, waiters and bartenders sing at the piano bar; there is also an open mic for guests to join in the fun. 

Doux Supperclub

A Parisian-style café offers guests custom liquor-infused chocolates and craft cocktails at the forefront of this brand new Flatiron District venue, while a 2,000-square-foot supperclub in the back hosts themed brunch and dinner parties with rotating live jazz performances and burlesque shows. 

Dream Beach

Wiggle your toes in the sand, stretch out on a chaise lounge by the glass-bottomed pool, cool off with a Citrus Smack (Don Julio Blanco, Canton, agave, lemon) and swim with the fishes (chipotle honey-glazed salmon) at Chelsea’s answer to Saint-Tropez. Nightly 5:30-10:30 p.m.

Drunken Munkey NYC

Imbibing gets the imperial treatment at this hub of colonial-era cocktails, an Upper East Side bar and eatery inspired by the tastes and aesthetics of British-occupied India. The two venerable cultures blend beautifully on the drinks menu, featuring a host of gin-centric, Anglo-inspired sips (such as the Army & Navy: London dry gin, lemon juice, almond syrup) and booze-packed punches (which originated in 17th-Century India). Cocktails can be paired with a selection of curries and South Asian savories. Take a cue from the grinning monkey statues that inhabit the haunt and go bananas.

Duane Park

Seasonal American food with a Southern accent whets the appetite for jazz and burlesque entertainment at this swank supper club.

Shows: Tu-Sa

Times/prices vary


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