Dating bars in ny
—Annie Daly I like Pinkberry because it’s no pressure. And best of all, you can pick up the entire tab and not feel like sh*t if your date sucks.
The name is a reference to the clay vessels (Amphorae) used to store and transport wine in ancient Greece and Rome.
—Daniela Cadena Berg'n in Crown Heights is great — it's a food hall so you guys can pay for your own food/drinks; lots of food options so you don't have to just decide on one; the music is almost always great; and there's lots of seating so it's a no-wait space.
—Matt Ortile Dear Irving has great cocktails and a very chill vibe.
—Annie Daly They have a big bar, so you can start your night there, or, if you want to sit at a table, they let you just sit and get drinks without having to order food.
The cocktails are delicious and fancy enough to feel date-ish, and then, if it's going well, they have great munchies.
—Annie Daly It's a great speakeasy with apothecary-inspired decorations at the end of a hidden street in Chinatown.
They have good drinking munchies, and full dinners if you want (lots of American/farm-to-table type food).
The speakeasy is located down an alley and, therefore, tends to be a little quieter than its neighboring East Village bars. —Elizabeth Lilly It's a cute little corner bar right on Washington, so it's easy to get to.
The drink menu is on point, the bartenders are friendly, and the light is dim enough to feel intimate. They have a good candle situation in there, which makes it pretty cozy, and fairly big windows for people watching.
Or if you want to go somewhere else for dinner, you're in a great spot to go find food.
Also, the vibe is very cozy and date-like — it's pretty dim lighting, dark wood paneling, and they have these big windows that are great for LES people watching.Our convivial Midtown East bar hosts have a genuine interest in every detail here, from the farm that produced the rosemary and oregano used in the brine for the day’s pork chops to the number of ice cubes in our classic whiskey service.