Smiths Bar (Hell’s Kitchen) New York City

On a trip to New York city, I had the chance to swing by Smith’s Bar. It’s locate a block “up” and “over” from Times Square. Address is: 701 8th Avenue (W.44th Street) Hell’s Kitchen, New York, NY 10036 Also know as Midtown Manhattan.

I stopped in for a shot and a beer, during Happy Hour (Fri), quick service and friendly bartender named Mike. Very local feel for someone out of town.
The bar was once only on one side, the side in the video, the owner bought the next door and removed the wall and the design seems to work as liquors and and beers are accessible to the bartender.

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If your idea of the ideal summer day is spending it taking in the sun from a rooftop bar with a drink in hand, you’ll want to listen up:

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Bebendo no Metropolitan Museum | Rooftop | Nova York | Saving Your Trip

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Para quem está passando por Nova York entre maio e outubro, o Roof Garden Café and Martini Bar no Metropolitan Museum é uma parada obrigatória.

Nem todo mundo sabe que além de um dos mais importantes museus do mundo, o Metropolitan ainda esconde no topo de seu prédio um dos rooftops mais interessantes e acessíveis de Nova York.

O Saving Your Trip foi até lá para te mostrar tudo sobre esse rooftop, que tem boas opções de comida e bebida, com uma linda vista panorâmica de Manhattan.

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You simply won’t believe how many dead people are buried at these bars. (Spoiler: a lot)

Get Lost Travel Magazine ( presents the FIVE OLDEST BARS IN NEW YORK CITY with your travel companion Roberto Serrini.

PJ Clarkes • 1884
Bridge Cafe • 1794
Fraunce’s Tavern • 1719
Pete’s Tavern • 1864
McSorley’s • 1862

Full of ghosts, gimlets, and guys buried behind the bar. Guaranteed good time.

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