The Coziest Bars and Restaurants in NYC

November 4, 2021

Fall has fallen and indoor dining is back (if that's cool with u) so we’ve put together a list of The Coziest NYC bars & restaurants. AKA where we want to be from November-February. Here are our favorite spots to get a little closer over that second glass of wine.


al di la Trattoria

Park Slope, Brooklyn

For: elevated classics in a homey Park Slope hangout
(also seen in Park Slope Neighborhood Guide)



Black Mountain Wine House

Gowanus, Brooklyn

For: Small plates and an affordable glass of chilled red by the fireplace




Bemelmans

Upper East Side, Manhattan

For: one of Manhattan’s best (and strongest) martinis. Served with a side car and live piano tunes
(also seen in Upper East Side Neighborhood Guide)


Bar Bête

Cobble Hill, Brooklyn

For: new school french-ish food in one of our favorite restaurants in New York. Seriously...go here NOW




Balthazar

Soho, Manhattan

For: a classic night at a New York institution where the fries are almost as famous as the patrons.

 

Little Ways

Soho, Manhattan

For: a cozy modern spot in soho with healthyish options (read: safe for that one vegan friend who really wants you to know what they eat)


Hotel Delmano

Williamsburg, Brooklyn

For: the best cocktails in Williamsburg & a bar that feels like a home.

Bernie’s

Williamsburg, Brooklyn

For: when you’re craving something from childhood...burgers, big booths, and tables you can draw on. This time, they’ll even let you have a martini with all that

Waverly Inn

West Village, Manhattan

For: A lovely courtyard in the summer, and cozy fire-lit dining room in the winter.

“Waverly Inn - worst food in the city”- Donald Trump (yes this is a real quote & it’s printed on top of their menus lol)


June Wine Bar

Cobble Hill, Brooklyn

For: our favorite wine bar in the city…don’t skip the small plates!

Elsa

Brooklyn Heights

For: a beautifully designed bar & a frozen painkiller that’s good all year round.


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