The World’s 50 Best Bars Have Been Revealed and 7 of Them Are in New York City

The annual list of the "World's 50 Best Bars" has been released and seven of them are in New York City.

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The World's 50 Best Bars describes The NoMad as one of "the most essential bars in the city." The menu is inspired by classic pub fare along with both classic and craft cocktails. The NoMad is also known for its large-format cocktails that serve up to 10 people.
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The Dead Rabbit claimed the top spot on last year's list, but has since dropped to No. 5. The Dead Rabbit combines a casual setting with an impressive cocktail menu, making it "an unforgettable experience," according to the ranking.
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Lower East Side speakeasy Attaboy has claimed the No. 8 spot on the list. According to The World's 50 Best Bars, the drink you order here will be "among the best you've ever been presented." The menu consists of both classic and innovative cocktails.
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Dante has come a long way since it first opened in 1915. What was once an espresso joint has become a cocktail landmark in the Big Apple. Dante currently serves delicious cocktails and small bites in the historic setting.
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BlackTail has only been around for one year, but it is already one of the best bars in the entire world. Owners Jack McGarry and Sean Muldoon are the same pair behind the iconic bar, The Dead Rabbit. In their new venture, they serve up Cuban-inspired cocktails in a decorative, retro space.
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According to The World's 50 Best Bars, Employees Only in the West Village is the "place to go when you're in need of a rowdier cocktail experience.
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The East Village cocktail bar Mace has claimed the No. 42 spot on the list of The World's 50 Best Bars. The bar serves up creative cocktails and small bites in a small, brick-filled space.
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