Nightlife

Showmans

Harlem's old-school jazz club has been jiving since 1942. Everyone from Lionel Hampton to Pearl Bailey to Grady Tate to Ruth Brown performed here.

Live entertainment: W-Sa

No music charge, but two-drink minimum per person per set.

Shrine

Patrons groove to several live bands nightly at Harlem’s world music bar.

Nightly 4 pm-4 am

Silver Lining

Portraits of jazz greats frame the live band at this double-duty destination: a lounge that swings and a bar that serves classic cocktails with style. Mon-Thurs 5 p.m.-1 a.m., Fri 5 p.m.-2 a.m., Sat 7 p.m.-2 a.m.

SingleCut Beersmiths

Housemade brews are canned at the source and poured from nine taps at this Astoria brewhouse and taproom, which rotates classic albums on vinyl daily. A pop-up kitchen by Astoria's Salt & Bone Smokehouse is open Th-Su and offers brisket or pulled pork tacos, nachos, soft pretzels and plates of pickled vegetables.

SixtyFive

Gorgeous city views look even more spectacular from this new rooftop lounge from the famous Rainbow Room, located at the top of 30 Rockefeller Plaza. Lights twinkle brightly as you sip on classic cocktails (Negronis and Manhattans) and contemporary concoctions (Room With a View, made with El Dorado 15-year rum, Cointreau, Foggy Ridge First Fruit Cider and nutmeg). Upscale munchies include roasted spiced nuts, Gigacup oysters, local artisan cheese platters, foie gras paté and sashimi.

Sky Room

Manhattan’s highest rooftop lounge (it’s on the 34th floor) offers views of the skyline and Hudson River; a menu of thin-crust pizzas, sliders, satays and quesadillas; and special cocktails crafted from muddled fruit and premium liquors. Mon-Sat 5 p.m.-4 a.m., Sun noon-9 p.m.

Slate

The sleek bi-level billiards parlor features pool tables, a snooker lounge, table tennis, flat-screen TVs and the signature Cue Ball cocktail (Stoli Vanil, Malibu rum, pineapple juice, lime). M-Th noon-1 a.m., F-Sa noon-4 a.m., Su noon-midnight.

Smalls

This tiny jazz club offers at least three live acts nightly.

Sets: Nightly 7:30 pm, 10:30 pm & 1 am (times can vary)

Smithfield Hall

Serving classic American eats and a number of cocktails and drafts, this midtown sports bars is the place to go to watch your favorite football, NCAA, basketball, hockey and baseball teams square off against their rivals. 

Snap

Short for Sports Nightlife And Pastime, this game-watching mecca screens nonstop sporting events on 16 high-definition TVs. Mon-Fri 6 p.m.-4 a.m., Sat & Sun noon-4 a.m.

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