Best bars New York City on Monday evening (US)

Popular days & hours to visit bars in New York City United States on Monday evening - Avoid empty bars and enjoy the perfect night out.

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The Dead Rabbit (Beer)
30 Water St
4.7

The Dead Rabbit is most popular around 4 PM on Saturdays. Visitors usually stay 1-2 hours here. It's most quiet on Wednesdays.

The world's most awarded pub. Irish Whiskey, Guinness, traditional pub fare, cocktails and craic. Welcome home.

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Blue Note (Bar)
131 W 3rd St
4.3

Blue Note is most popular around 10 PM on Saturdays. Visitors usually stay up to 3,5 hours here. It's most quiet on Wednesdays.

Since it opened in 1981, Blue Note Jazz Club has become a cultural institution in New York City and one of the premiere jazz clubs in the world. Blue Note strives to preserve the history of jazz, and the club is a place where progression and innovation - the foundations of jazz - are encouraged and practiced on a nightly basis.

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Employees Only (Bar)
510 Hudson St
4.3

Visitors usually stay 20 min to 2 hr here.

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Bar 54 (Bar)
135 W 45th St
4.2

Bar 54 is most popular around 8 PM on Saturdays. Visitors usually stay 10 min to 1 hr here. It's most quiet on Wednesdays.

Soak in stunning river-to-river views of the Chrysler Building and lower Manhattan from 54 floors above Times Square. Perched above the bright city lights, Bar 54 is an unforgettable location featuring a chic, intimate lounge - perfect for enjoying delicious craft cocktails, fine wines and light gourmet fare. Reservations recommended. 21 years + only. Please note the outdoor terrace is not furnished in winter months.

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The Back Room (Bar)
102 Norfolk St
4.2

Visitors usually stay 45 min to 2 hr here.

The Back Room is one of only two speakeasies in New York City that operated during Prohibition and is still in existence today. It is a timeless example of the underbelly of New York past. The original 1920’s speakeasy, known simply as “The Back of Ratner’s,” played host to many theater and movie actors of the “Roaring Twenties,” as well as famous gangsters of the era. These gangsters included Bugsy Siegel, Lucky Luciano and Meyer Lansky. They were known to use the space for “business meetings.”

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The Royal Palms Shuffleboard Club (Bar)
514 Union St
4.5

The Royal Palms Shuffleboard Club is most popular around 9 PM on Saturdays. Visitors usually stay 1,5-3 hours here. It's most quiet on Wednesdays.

Shuffleboard courts draw playful crowds to this big bar with food trucks & DJs. Best reached via email at info@royalpalmsshuffle.com.

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