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Greenwich Village »

A new bar on MacDougal Street from pseudo-speakeasy pioneer Ravi DeRossi specializes in sparkling wine.

Central Harlem »

Sugar Monk will feature delicious cocktails and live music. 

East Williamsburg »

The new spots join a host of other venues that opened nearby this summer.

TriBeCa »

Residents have been complaining about the thumping music from the new Bandit's Roost at 313 Church St.

Bed-Stuy »

The unnamed bar will feature high-end cocktails and jazz.

Prospect Heights »

Spirited will offer sweets baked with alcohol and specialty cocktails in the former Beast space.

West Village »

Bedford Street residents are suing to keep the historic speakeasy closed for good.

Nolita »

Project 1919 is a short-term pop-up speakeasy behind Mulberry Project in Nolita.

Midtown »

A "small, boutique Vegas in Midtown" is the concept behind the plan.

Chelsea »

The Wanderlust Project reportedly ran a speakeasy inside a Chelsea water tower for six weeks.

West Village »

Some neighbors of the ex-speakeasy are asking for earlier closing hours to keep Bedford Street quiet.

Clinton Hill »

The Joint on Myrtle Avenue is already packing in locals.

Harlem »

A new bar is slated to open in more than a month beneath the Red Rooster restaurant in Harlem.