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The PDT bar (Please Don't Tell) in New York City - a hidden bar where you need reservations. You go downstairs into what looks like a hot dog joint and make a reservation on the phone in the old timey phone booth. When your time comes up, a door in the phone booth opens and you enter room full of animals lining the walls and what looks to be everyone’s dream of a man cave. Hard to get into but always worth a shot.
Please Don't Tell. Bar. 113 St. Mark's Place. "You’ll never go back to the cart” thanks to this East Village “dive” and its Billyburg outpost, where “specialty” hot dogs (like the “bacon-wrapped”) are “deep-fried” and “slathered” with “toppings galore”; no wonder they’re “popular” with the “late-night” “drunks”; P.S. “shh, PDT” about St. Marks’ “secret connecting bar.”
Little Branch.20 Seventh Ave. South, New York, NY 10014
at Leroy St. The third arm of hallowed drinkslinger Sasha Petraske’s empire Milk and Honey
Please Don't Tell. We can't help giving up this secret. Located on St. Marks Place between 1st and A, this secret cocktail bar mixes up pure excellence, and the fact that the entrance is through and antique phone booth doesn't hurt its cool factor.
Secret NY Bars: Please Don’t Tell | Accomplice
Rose Bar at Gramercy Park Hotel, 2 Lexington Avenue, New York, NY 10010
noodle bar (ny) | momofuku - pretty funny to eat here when we just got our own in TO, but... I'm told it has to be experienced?
Apotheke, Chinatown - for 20s/30s music & a speakeasy feel
PJ Clarkes Bar, New York, great burgers and cool bar
Shoolbred's - east village
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