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Hidden Food & Drinks NYC
PDT (Please Don't Tell) is one of Hidden Food & Drinks NYC.

1. PDT (Please Don't Tell)

8.1
113 Saint Marks Pl (btwn 1st Ave & Avenue A), New York, NY
Speakeasy · East Village · 441 tips and reviews

Travel ChannelTravel Channel: Found behind a “secret” door next to Crif Dogs, this place is a favorite for classic and tweaked cocktails. As seen on Travel Channel’s The Layover with Anthony Bourdain.

Blind Barber is one of Hidden Food & Drinks NYC.

2. Blind Barber

8.1
339 E 10th St (btwn Avenue A & B), New York, NY
Speakeasy · Alphabet City · 201 tips and reviews

ThrillistThrillist: This spot takes the drinks-and-a-cut concept to the next level, w/ a 2-seat barber shop up front & behind a sliding door, a cocktail lounge decked w/ leather-cushioned wooden booths & old-school sofas Read more.

The Raines Law Room is one of Hidden Food & Drinks NYC.

3. The Raines Law Room

9.2
48 W 17th St (btwn 5th & 6th Ave), New York, NY
Speakeasy · Union Square · 337 tips and reviews

ThrillistThrillist: This subterranean spot's only marked by a small plaque & doorbell you must ring to be admitted. Inside you'll find perfectly prepared, fresh-juiced, hand-stirred or shaken classic cocktails & punches. Read more.

Jeffrey's Grocery is one of Hidden Food & Drinks NYC.

4. Jeffrey's Grocery

9.1
172 Waverly Pl (at Christopher St), New York, NY
American Restaurant · West Village · 238 tips and reviews

The New YorkerThe New Yorker: The front of the vest-pocket space—a hybrid bodega, lunch counter, and raw bar—is stocked with groceries. In the back, a mere two dozen seats at the bar and around one communal table. Read more.

Angel’s Share is one of Hidden Food & Drinks NYC.

5. Angel’s Share

8.9
8 Stuyvesant St (at E 9th St & 3rd Ave), New York, NY
Speakeasy · East Village · 496 tips and reviews

The Corcoran GroupThe Corcoran Group: Go through the Japanese restaurant and to the unmarked door that faces you as you get to the hostess stand. No parties more than 4. The specialty cocktails are impressive here.

Back Room is one of Hidden Food & Drinks NYC.

6. Back Room

7.9
102 Norfolk St (btwn Delancey & Rivington St), New York, NY
Speakeasy · Lower East Side · 204 tips and reviews

Silver A.Silver Arevalo: cool speakeasy bar. there's no sign, you go down the stairs and the entrance is at the back of the building. there's a secret room behind a bookshelf. fridays and saturdays are 25+ to enter.

Bohemian is one of Hidden Food & Drinks NYC.

7. Bohemian

8.8
57 Great Jones St (btwn Bowery & Lafayette St), New York, NY
Japanese Restaurant · NoHo · 181 tips and reviews

The New YorkerThe New Yorker: Its Web site advises, “Please be referred by someone who has already visited us,” and the lore is that its phone number is not listed. In reality, the number surfaces with determined Googling. Read more.

Apothéke is one of Hidden Food & Drinks NYC.

8. Apothéke

8.7
9 Doyers St (btwn Pell St & Bowery), New York, NY
Cocktail Bar · Chinatown · 435 tips and reviews

How To Make It In AmericaHow To Make It In America: Insane cocktails at mad Austrian scientist's lair in Chinatown. Ridiculous showmanship, jaw-dropping presentation. Look for the crowd begging entry under the "Gold Flower Restaurant" sign. [BlackBook] Read more.

Milk & Honey is one of Hidden Food & Drinks NYC.

9. Milk & Honey

30 E 23rd St, New York, NY
Speakeasy · Flatiron District · 145 tips and reviews

Food & WineFood & Wine: An unlisted phone number and an entrance policy that requires a referral and an appointment make this flagship Sasha Petraske spot one of Manhattan's most exclusive lounges.

Little Branch is one of Hidden Food & Drinks NYC.

10. Little Branch

9.0
20 7th Ave S (at Leroy St), New York, NY
Speakeasy · West Village · 334 tips and reviews

BravoBravo: The best cocktails in Manhattan! Hidden down a dark staircase, it's great for a date, or just for after work unwinding. Amazing mint juleps. -Anita Lo, Top Chef Masters

Employees Only is one of Hidden Food & Drinks NYC.

11. Employees Only

8.8
510 Hudson St (at Christopher St), New York, NY
Speakeasy · West Village · 510 tips and reviews

The Corcoran GroupThe Corcoran Group: The entrance to this West Village speakeasy is behind the fortune teller curtain.

Death & Co. is one of Hidden Food & Drinks NYC.

12. Death & Co.

8.7
433 E 6th St (btwn 1st Ave & Ave A), New York, NY
Speakeasy · East Village · 395 tips and reviews
The Campbell is one of Hidden Food & Drinks NYC.

13. The Campbell

7.9
15 Vanderbilt Ave (Grand Central Terminal), New York, NY
Cocktail Bar · Midtown East · 266 tips and reviews

The Corcoran GroupThe Corcoran Group: Enter through Cipriani on the balcony at Grand Central & you'll feel as if you have entered a bygone era. Drinks are expensive ($15 martini) but the atmosphere is worth it. Reserve a table in advance.

Sake Bar Decibel is one of Hidden Food & Drinks NYC.

14. Sake Bar Decibel

9.1
240 E 9th St (btwn 2nd & 3rd Ave), New York, NY
Sake Bar · East Village · 255 tips and reviews

Showtime NetworkShowtime Network: Underground sake bar and Japanese tapas (izakaya). Dark and intimate. Love this place. Claire and my first date. -Francine, The Real L Word

Mulberry Project is one of Hidden Food & Drinks NYC.

15. Mulberry Project

149 Mulberry St (btwn Grand & Hester St), New York, NY
Speakeasy · Little Italy · 225 tips and reviews

AskMenAskMen: There is no formal cocktail list, but the bartender asks the type of spirit you like & if you like your drinks sweet, sour, etc. Then he creates a custom cocktail for you.

16. Pizza Roma

259 Bleecker St (btwn Jones & Cornelia St), New York, NY
Pizza Place · West Village · 27 tips and reviews
Pulquería is one of Hidden Food & Drinks NYC.

17. Pulquería

7.6
11 Doyers St (btwn Pell St & Bowery), New York, NY
Mexican Restaurant · Chinatown · 156 tips and reviews

Tasting TableTasting Table: Push on the unmarked door, and beeline for the house specialty, pulque. Try it infused in a curado of jicama and lime: Read more.

VU Bar NYC is one of Hidden Food & Drinks NYC.

18. VU Bar NYC

17 W 32nd St (rooftop) (btwn 5th And 6th Ave.), New York, NY
Bar · Koreatown · 54 tips and reviews

The Corcoran GroupThe Corcoran Group: The perfect rooftop escape that is still manages to be a well-kept secret. On the 14th floor of the La Quinta hotel serving outdoor drinks and views of the Empire State Building.

The Cabin Down Below is one of Hidden Food & Drinks NYC.

19. The Cabin Down Below

6.0
110 Avenue A Bsmt (at E 7th St), New York, NY
Speakeasy · Alphabet City · 37 tips and reviews

The FeastThe Feast: The bouncer's here are always reading on the job. If you don't know the password, feign familiarity with the book he's cracked that night and charm your way in.

Submercer is one of Hidden Food & Drinks NYC.

20. Submercer

147 1/2 Mercer St. (at Prince St.), New York, NY
Nightclub · SoHo · 19 tips and reviews

Party EarthParty Earth: “Circumvent the line and the crowds by entering subMercer through Mercer Kitchen. They share a bathroom, so it’s easy to just glide on over!" More at http://www.partyearth.com/venues/submercer.

Bathtub Gin is one of Hidden Food & Drinks NYC.

21. Bathtub Gin

8.7
132 9th Ave (btwn W 18th & W 19th St), New York, NY
Speakeasy · Chelsea · 307 tips and reviews

Ashley S.Ashley Simon: Entrance is through the coffee shop, in an unmarked door that blends with the wallpaper. food: kobe sliders. booze: the sling if you like gin, el diablo if you like tequila.

124 Old Rabbit Club is one of Hidden Food & Drinks NYC.

22. 124 Old Rabbit Club

8.0
124 Macdougal St (at Minetta Ln), New York, NY
Bar · Greenwich Village · 131 tips and reviews

Men's Health MagMen's Health Mag: Ever been to the catacombs? This is like it, but better—there’s beer. You enter into a dim, tomb-like underground. The beers are imported and largely monk-made. Ask for a Trappist recommendation.

Freemans is one of Hidden Food & Drinks NYC.

23. Freemans

8.8
1 Freeman Aly (at Rivington St), New York, NY
American Restaurant · Lower East Side · 565 tips and reviews

How To Make It In AmericaHow To Make It In America: Cinematic location tucked in the back of an alley. Hearty food, grizzly dudes, hot chicks and lots of taxidermy. Check their Sporting Club on the way out for bespoke suits and old-school barberism.

Sakagura is one of Hidden Food & Drinks NYC.

24. Sakagura

8.8
211 E 43rd St Lowr Level (btwn 2nd & 3rd Ave), New York, NY
Sake Bar · Turtle Bay · 222 tips and reviews

EatocracyEatocracy: A taste of Tokyo is hidden in the basement of a Midtown East office building -- your friends will be impressed you found this place. Go for lunch and sake -- their platters are a multi-course steal.

Shalel Lounge is one of Hidden Food & Drinks NYC.

25. Shalel Lounge

8.4
65 W 70th St (Columbus Ave), New York, NY
Lounge · Lincoln Square · 74 tips and reviews

The Corcoran GroupThe Corcoran Group: This is one of our most favorite (and hidden) and exotic lounges in Manhattan. It’s a great place for a romantic interlude over wine and hummus.

Burger Joint is one of Hidden Food & Drinks NYC.

26. Burger Joint

8.3
119 W 56th St (btwn 6th & 7th Ave), New York, NY
Burger Joint · Theater District · 778 tips and reviews

BravoBravo: Find the best burger in the city in this old school burger shack hidden in the lobby of the Parker Meridien. -Andy Cohen, Watch What Happens Live!

La Esquina is one of Hidden Food & Drinks NYC.

27. La Esquina

8.4
114 Kenmare St (at Lafayette St), New York, NY
Mexican Restaurant · SoHo · 725 tips and reviews

How To Make It In AmericaHow To Make It In America: Like finding El Dorado beneath a taco shack. Head downstairs, take the scenic route through the kitchen to find amazing scene of tequila, huitlacoche quesadillas and total hotness.

Ramen Sanshiro is one of Hidden Food & Drinks NYC.

28. Ramen Sanshiro

249 E 49th St (btwn 2nd & 3rd Ave.), New York, NY
Noodle House · Turtle Bay · 25 tips and reviews

Mike S.Mike Singleton: At 11 p.m. each night, sushi restaurant SEO Japanese morphs into Ramen Sanshiro and serves two kinds of ramen, salt and soy. Cash only and serves until the broth runs out which could be as early as 1. Read more.

Bell Book & Candle is one of Hidden Food & Drinks NYC.

29. Bell Book & Candle

7.4
141 W 10th St (btwn Waverly Pl & Greenwich Ave), New York, NY
New American Restaurant · West Village · 94 tips and reviews

Stribling & AssociatesStribling & Associates: Call well in advance to reserve the Naked Lady Room, a private dining room behind a fake wall. With space for up to 6 people, it features exposed brick, a big chandelier & naked lady wallpaper.

Bar Centrale is one of Hidden Food & Drinks NYC.

30. Bar Centrale

8.1
324 W 46th St (btwn 8th & 9th Ave), New York, NY
American Restaurant · Hell's Kitchen · 60 tips and reviews

Kate Z.Kate Z: It's a secret- go up the stairs into the non descript brownstone and you'll find this charming little bar. Good cocktails

The Tippler is one of Hidden Food & Drinks NYC.

31. The Tippler

8.1
425 W 15th St (btwn 9th & 10th Ave), New York, NY
Cocktail Bar · Chelsea · 255 tips and reviews

AerieAerie: Below Chelsea Market, it epitomizes the qualities that make a New York bar popular: trendy, hard to find, and without significant markings. The difference is this one has reasonably priced drinks!

Kuma Inn is one of Hidden Food & Drinks NYC.

32. Kuma Inn

113 Ludlow St (at Delancey St), New York, NY
Asian Restaurant · Lower East Side · 102 tips and reviews

DensDens: Feels more cool than the food is good (hidden staircase, no sign). Pass on the paella, but shoot for the chinese sausages. ps: BYOB.

Beauty & Essex is one of Hidden Food & Drinks NYC.

33. Beauty & Essex

8.7
146 Essex St (btwn Stanton & Rivington St), New York, NY
Tapas Restaurant · Lower East Side · 580 tips and reviews

New York HabitatNew York Habitat: Enter through the rustic pawn shop and suddenly reveal a whole secret lounge. Tapas dishes and exquisite cocktails, this is a great place to start the night. Free champagne in the bathroom? Yes!

Ichimura at Brushstroke is one of Hidden Food & Drinks NYC.

34. Ichimura at Brushstroke

30 Hudson St (at Duane St), New York, NY
Sushi Restaurant · Tribeca · 22 tips and reviews

Lilian L.Lilian L: A secluded sushi nook with only 12 seats. It has no sign on the street, and no door of its own; you enter through Bouley's Brushstroke. Call ahead for reservations.