Bars near the Statue of Liberty

Cap off your sightseeing with a cocktail or a beer with this guide to New York bars near the Statue of Liberty.

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Ambrose Hall

  • Rated as: 3/5

A shore escape is a godsend when city temps hit those oppressive 90s, but if a Jitney-bound getaway is out of reach, this South Street Seaport affair is a sunny saving grace. Named for the Lightship Ambrose, and sister to summertime staple Beekman Beer Garden Beach Club, the watering hole trades

  1. 18 Fulton St, between Front and South Sts, 10038
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The Dead Rabbit

  • Rated as: 3/5
  • Price band: 2/4

At this time-capsule FiDi nook, you can drink like a boss—Boss Tweed, that is. In a redbrick landmark, Belfast bar vets Sean Muldoon and Jack McGarry (of Northern Ireland’s acclaimed Merchant Hotel) have conjured up a rough-and-tumble 19th-century tavern. And it’s just the kind of saloon that

  1. 30 Water St, at Broad St, 10004
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The Iron Horse

  • Rated as: 3/5
  • Price band: 1/4

Taking cues from Coyote Ugly, this FiDi saloon makes its bartenders the main event. The all-female cast of boozeslingers is known to perform feats of fire-blowing and hula-hooping while serving cheap swill like $2 Rolling Rocks—one of them may even pull you up on to the bar for a dance. A full

  1. 32 Cliff St, between Fulton and John Sts, 10038
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Bar Seven Five

  • Price band: 2/4

The gimmick at this glam hotel drinkery is the absence of the bar itself. In place of the traditional format, mixologists man glossy black stations, and patrons are free to mingle among them. The cocktails, like the Perfect Pearl Manhattan (bourbon, sweet and dry vermouth, and Lagavulin Scotch),

  1. Andaz Wall Street Hotel, 75 Wall St, at Water St
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Bin No. 220

  • Price band: 2/4

This sleek Italian-style wine bar, where banker types devour cured meats, cheeses and olive oil, offers refuge from the South Street Seaport tourist scene. Located on historic Front Street, this TONY Eat Out Award winner boasts cast-iron columns, a polished walnut bar and a nifty metal wine rack

  1. 220 Front St, between Beekman St and Peck Slip
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Demi Monde (CLOSED)

Cocktail hotshots David Kaplan and Alex Day—respectively co-owner and former bartender of the exemplary Death & Company—transport enlightened tippling to a larger, louder stage with this 120-seat subterranean bar and New American eatery. Ditching the hushed tones and slo-mo stirring of Death &

  1. 90 Broad St, at Stone St, entrance on Stone St
  2. Average cocktail: $14. AmEx, MC, V
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  1. 160 Pearl St, between Pine and Wall St, 10005
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