Bars near the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum

Chill out with a cocktail or beer with this guide to bars near the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum.

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Roof at Park South

  • Rated as: 4/5
  • Price band: 2/4

Gotham’s top-notch cocktail haunts come tucked in restaurant basements, stuffed behind unmarked storefronts and hidden in hot-dog shacks. Rarely do you find quality drinks in the DJ-soundtracked, pool-soaked terrain of rooftop bars—until now. Enter Tim and Nancy Cushman, the husband-and-wife

  1. 125 E 27th St , between Park Ave South and Lexington Ave, 10016
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The Cannibal

  • Rated as: 4/5
  • Price band: 2/4
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With its deli fridges stocked with ales and lagers, and its aged steaks and whole hams dangling from steel hooks, the Cannibal could double as the set of a new dude-food show on the Cooking Channel. Run by guys and packed with them, the place is so unabashed in its bromance for craft beer and

  1. 113 E 29th St, between Park Ave South and Lexington Aves, 10016
  2. Average small plate: $11. AmEx, MC, V
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Fairytail Lounge

  • Rated as: 4/5
  • Price band: 2/4
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This Hell's Kitchen watering hole packs a lot of glittery, pseudo-Victorian personality into a small space. Patrons can sip cocktails off the backs of sexy centaur mannequins, or park at the bar while bopping their heads to tunes from various DJs during weekly theme nights.

  1. 500 W 48th St, between Tenth and Eleventh Aves
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The NoMad Bar

  • Rated as: 4/5

For the white-collared wayfarers wandering the streets north of Madison Square Park, NoMad is a depressingly apt name. Sure, the neighborhood has seen a much-welcome rise in upstanding restaurants, but finding an any-day gastropub that doesn’t reek of postgrad brewskies is harder to come by. Who

  1. 10 W 28th St, between Fifth Ave and Broadway, 10001
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Beer Authority

  • Rated as: 3/5
  • Price band: 1/4

The craft-beer movement has been in expansion mode recently, colonizing far-flung neighborhoods like Washington Heights (Buddha Beer Bar), Long Island City (Alewife Queens) and Bed-Stuy (Brooklyn Tap House). What’s been glaringly missing from the takeover, however, has been a foothold in the

  1. 300 W 40th St, at Eighth Ave, 10018
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Café Carlyle (in the Carlyle Hotel)

  • Rated as: 4/5
  • Price band: 4/4

Dinner, drinks and a show in this glittering room can feel like an evening that only an oil sheik could afford, but commit to it: With its airy murals by Marcel Vertes, this elegant spot in the Carlyle Hotel is the epitome of New York class, attracting such top-level singers as Elaine Stritch,

  1. 35 E 76th St, at Madison Ave
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Empire Hotel Rooftop

  • Price band: 4/4

This rooftop lounge, backed by restaurateur Jeffrey Chodorow, features 3,000 square feet of outdoor space and private chaise longue-equipped cabanas. Three separate terraces offer views of Lincoln Center and Central Park, and an appropriately sleek bar—constructed of stacked metal

  1. 44 W 63rd St, between Broadway and Columbus Ave
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The Penrose

  • Rated as: 3/5
  • Price band: 1/4
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The Upper East Side has its share of low-key gems (Torishin) and crown-jewel restaurants (Daniel), but verifiable hot spots? There are few. The idea of a hobnobbing scene in Manhattan’s stuffiest zip code seemed laughable a few years ago—as likely as an electrodisco party in Greenwich,

  1. 1590 Second Ave, between 82nd and 83rd Sts
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Hudson Terrace

  • Price band: 4/4

Once a strictly private-events space, this bi-level venue from the owners of Village Pourhouse opens its temperature-controlled, weather-shielded roof deck to the public most nights of the week until 10pm. Drinks, which include cocktails like mojitos, as well as wine and beer, can be sipped while

  1. 621 W 46th St, between Eleventh and Twelfth Aves
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ABV

  • Rated as: 3/5
  • Price band: 2/4
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Last year, Earl’s Beer and Cheese emerged, seemingly from the ether, along the northern edges of the Upper East Side, bringing youthful buzz and craft brews to a ’hood that had long been a wasteland for both. Now, the previously drowsy area has received another boost from the oenocentric ABV,

  1. 1504 Lexington Ave, at 97th St
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