When it comes to BBQ fixins in NYC, nothing beats the heaping helpings of brisket, ribs and lamb belly dished out at this standby.
This radical reimagining of the Rodgers and Hammerstein classic took home two Tonys for shining a light on a rough territory.
One of the best bars in the city for live music (It’s the closest you can get to Austin) also serves one of the best frozen drinks (Willie’s Frozen Coffee).
Throw back a shot in this subterranean saloon and then (for free) climb atop the ornery Buck and ride till you can’t ride no more.
The tapsters do triple duty at this Hell’s Kitchen gay bar: They sling drinks, do-si-do atop the counter and avoid kicking any tipsy onlookers who have lost all spatial awareness.
The doors will swing open soon at this down-home, countrified watering hole (complete with an all-Dolly Parton bathroom) so there’s still time to stake your claim.
Grab a (killer) margarita, play Cactus Canyon pinball and tap your toes to locals or rambling bands pickin’ in the back of the Southwestern eatery.
Every Wednesday night, this Central Texas ’cue joint hosts two open mics (7–8pm, 10–11pm), with an NYC Karaoke League showdown in between.
Ready to go full hillbilly? Get gussied up at this indispensable store that hawks NYC’s most genuine cowboy boots. (Lil Nas X just copped some footgear there.) Yee—and we cannot stress this enough—haw!