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2012 Time Out NY

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Best Winter Bars 2012 - The Vault at Pfaff's
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The best New York bars for winter 
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When the barometer starts dropping, you might be tempted to stay in your apartment, but you’d bemissing out. There arewinter activitiesto enjoy,shopsto raid and, of course, a multitude of  drinkeries waiting to welcome you. Scroll through our list of the best New York bars for coldweather, including several spots in the bestNYC neighborhoods.
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The best New York bars forwinter: where to escape thecold
 Some New York bars are better suited for winter drinking than others. Find out where you can seek refuge from the chilly temps with good beer and cocktails.
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Mixology trailblazer Sasha Petraske expands his influence to Midtown with this spin-off of West Village boite Little Branch. Delicate lighting fixtures illuminate embossed wallpaper and exposed brick in the two-floor space, where bartenders craft cocktails with a chemist’sprecision. Request a drink with your preferred spirit or flavor profile (sour, sweet, refreshing and so on) and let them worktheir magic, or simply make a selection from the extensive bar menu. There’s plenty to choose from, including riffs onclassic quaffs such as an Island Old-Fashioned (Zacapa aged rum, Velvet Falernum, Angostura bitters, cane syrup) andsignature concoctions such as the East Side (gin, lime, mint, cucumber).154 E 33rd St, (between Lexington andThird Aves)
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Tradesman
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Salvaged wood paneling and pegboard walls adorned with vintage tools give this drinkerya rustic feel. Co-owners Larissa Varges and Marek Gregorski stock their bar with locallymade liquors, including Harvest Spirit’s Cornelius applejack from the Hudson Valley andCOMB’s Honey gin from Westchester County. Brewhounds are well served by a dozen taps that dispense a selection of New York suds from the likes of KelSo Beer Company of Brooklyn. Claim a chair at the long oak counter or one of thesmall tables in the back and shake off the chill.222 Bushwick Ave, (between Meserole Stand Montrose Ave)
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Beer Table
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Beer fiend or not, you’ll want to rely on the friendly staff to guide you and your friendsthrough the menu of rare and obscure beers, as some choices are more accessible thanothers. Among those we’ve sampled, the De Dolle Dulle Teve—a foamy, honey-sweet Abbey Tripel and served from the keg—goes down easy, but the Swiss, herbaceous La Meule from Brasserie DesFranches-Montagnes could be more of a challenge to the uninitiated. The prices may seem steep at first glance, butremember: ’Tis the season to treat yourself.427B Seventh Ave, (between 14th and15th Sts)
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Huckleberry Bar 
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There’s something for every boozer at this easygoing lounge. The bar’s cocktail menu hasstaples like the Gold Rush (Evan Williams bourbon, lemon juice, honey) and modern takesthat nod to the Kings County locale, such as the Brooklyn Sling (Brooklyn gin, Hardy VScognac, sorrel-hibiscus liqueur, Bénédictine, fresh lime juice and simple syrup). But as the holidays approach, the mostspirited night to visit is Tuesday, when the coterie holds its weekly Punch Party. Rally your crew for $5 cups of the rotatingconcoction and forget there’s another three days left in the workweek.588 Grand St, (at Lorimer St)
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The Tippler 
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Use this expansive lounge from Tad Carducci and Paul Tanguay (Tippling Bros.) as arefuge from the Chelsea Market and Meatpacking District holiday crowds. Even at its mostpacked, there’s still a fair amount of room to maneuver, which means you won’t have toomuch trouble posting up at the long marble bar. The menu includes a number of affordable draft and bottled beers, pluswines from around the world, but you’d be remiss not to try at least one of the sophisticated specialty cocktails. The BootyCollins (gunpowder tea–infused Belvedere vodka, passionfruit and lemon juices, yohimbe extract, cayenne) appeals toadventurous revelers, while traditionalists might prefer the cheekily named but relatively straightforward Gin & Chronic(Plymouth gin, hops, spiced lime, tonic).Chelsea Market, 425 W 15th St, (betweenNinth and Tenth Aves)
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The Vault at Pfaff's
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If this spot’s former incarnation as a beer cellar was good enough for Walt Whitman, itscurrent form—a handsome cocktail lounge—is good enough for us modern plebes. Find aseat at the century-old white-oak bar, give yourself a moment to appreciate the restorediron columns and granite ceilings from 1855, then take stock of the drink menu. Our favorite among the 25 options, whichare divided into “homegrown” and “classic” beverages, is the fizzy Champagne Charles, a festive combination of dry AyalaBrut Majeur, floral June liqueur and house-made cranberry bitters.643 Broadway, (at Bleecker St), 10012
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Hair of the Dog
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Daily specials abound at this beercentric bar from the founders of Jake’s Dilemma, Downthe Hatch and other sudsy bastions. On Monday nights, drafts are $1 and domesticpitchers are $8; on Thursdays, grab a bucket for $12. Sunday’s BYO coffee special allowsanyone who brings in a cup of joe to score a half-price spike of liquor. Instead of Pabst-swilling LES regulars, the crowdskews toward sports enthusiasts who fixate on 25 flat screens and three projectors. If you’re not a Giants or Jets fan, turnyour attention to the sizable roster of mostly American brews; you’ll find at least 11 on draft and about 20 by the can or bottle.168 Orchard St, (at Stanton St), 10002
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