Most nights the bar is packed because of the live music, which varies from jazz, to rock, to soul.
But the real reason people are buzzing about it is because of its calendar of parties (like pajama parties) and its bottomless mimosa brunches on Sundays.
Be prepared for breakout dance parties, without that terrible clubby feeling. OK, so your tone-deaf singing of Elton John hits doesn’t seem like a surefire way to get someone to sleep with you, but hear us out.
It’s been proven time and time again, especially at Planet Rose, that karaoke brings people together in a very intimate way.
So when you’ve finally accepted that you’re (probably) not going to meet the love of your life on Tinder and want to actually get out and meet people, head here -- from spots with lively dance floors, to bars with themed nights, these are the best places for singles in NYC.
A bar specifically designed with hooking up in mind is probably the place to go if you’re single and looking... Rochelle's even has a Tinder Thursday night: come in with your date and prove to the bartender that you both swiped right and the first shot is on the house.
Put the two together and you’ve got the morning after made.
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If you live in Astoria and have been on the hunt for a neighborhood bar, look no further than Sek'end Sun (pronounced Second Son).
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This 2015 arrival to Harlem is reinventing nightlife in upper Manhattan.
Nothing like a good ol’ fashioned throw-back to get single people in the mood.
No Fun takes you back to the 1980s with classic music nights, so you can bond with other New York singles about how much better life was in acid-washed jeans.