New York Nightlife

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New York Nightlife

They call New York “the city that never sleeps,” and it’s not because everyone is lying in bed counting sheep. New York is home to some of the country’s most famous bars and clubs, as well as its fair share of dive bars. Use the sites below to get up to speed on New York nightlife.

Insights for New York Nightlife

  • If nighttime safety is a concern for you, visit the New York Police Department for information about new “best practices” for a safer nightlife.
  • New York is expensive. You might find yourself paying $10 for a drink at a so-called dive bar and more than $20 at a place that’s considered trendy. But don’t despair; the sites below can also direct you to a $2 beer.

Top Sites for New York Nightlife

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