Warm Up at These NYC Bars with Fireplaces

by Kerry Jepsen on Dec 6, 2016 in Roundups

The winter months can be uncomfortable, it’s true. The cold weather, biting winds, and wet streets bring about an immediate sense of displeasure. We here at Drink NYC want you to be comfortable, and we’ve got a great combination to bring about the perfect ailment for the winter blues — a soul warming beverage with an open fireplace that warms the exterior and interior alike. We’ve rounded up seven of The Big Apple’s many bars that happen to have that perfect combination available to you.
 
This popular Scottish bar tucked away in the East Village has that perfect neighborhood pub feel. Adorned with antiques, armchairs, and of course, a fireplace, it the perfect spot to grab some scotch and relax. (197 2nd Ave.; 212-529-0340)
 
Right off the High Line in Chelsea, this casual, no flourishes wine bar is a great destination for the months ahead. With plenty of great European vintages and some roaring flames to boot, it’s a great spot to hit up after Christmas shopping or visiting art galleries. (225 10th Ave.; 212-604-0505)
 
Camp in Boerum Hill captures the beauty of a New England lodge. Adorned with canoes, deer heads, tree stump stools, and a fireplace, it’s a neighborhood watering hole dream come true. True to its aesthetic, Camp offers s’mores customers can make themselves. (179 Smith St., Brooklyn; 718-852-8086)
 
The Back Room is a legendary New York speakeasy in the Lower East Side. This Prohibition-era styled venue offers up their cocktail concoctions in tea cups and their beers in paper bags. (102 Norfolk St.; 212-228-5098)
 
Gramercy’s own Molly’s Pub is an infamous destination. A true old-school Irish bar with sawdust on the ground and a very upfront personality, Molly’s is one of those places you just have to visit - especially since that fireplace is bound to keep you warm during the winter. (287 3rd Ave.; 212-889-3361)
 
Draught 55 around Midtown East is a beer lover’s personal heaven. Draught 55 has one of New York’s most expansive beer selections, with 42 rotating beers on tap and over 60 in the bottle. It’s a hip spot in the neighborhood offering up elevated bar food to pair with beers from all over the world. (245 E 55th St.; 212-300-4096)
 
Lantern’s Keep near Times Square is a classic and classy venue offering up prohibition-era classic to patrons in a delicate saloon like setting. It’s quaint and comfortable enough to begin with, even without the boost from having an actual fireplace. (49 W 44th St.; 212-453-4287)
 

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