12th September 2008

Leave The Beer Goggles At Home

Check out the talent at these hot NYC spots especially if you are someone who often suffers from impaired vision AKA Beer Goggles.  Granted the bartenders at most NYC bars are pretty hot, but at these they are quite exceptional!

Courtesy of Citysearch.com (Citysearch may have done the research however I can vouch for their reccomendations!)

Bulls Head Tavern
295 3rd Ave, New York, NY
Don’t let the high-tech digital jukebox fool you–it’s the pretty bartenders who lure the throngs of Wall Streeters and other fratastic types that frequent this Murray Hill staple. Kudos to the girls for knowing how to flirt–and finagle the best tips.

BONDST
6 Bond St, New York, NY
At this lounge-like restaurant it’s a battle for attention between luxe sushi and the scrumptious servers behind the bar downstairs. Come hungry for seafood and satisfy your sweet tooth with a side of eye candy.

Tenjune
26 Little W 12th St, New York, NY
Sexy and exclusive, this little lounge with a big name seduces a dance scene of socialites and Page Sixers–the type of crowd unwilling to be catered to by anyone less than totally hot.

The Town Tavern
134 W 3rd, New York, NY
While you drink your domestic or imported draft beer, feel free to stare at whomever handed it to you–most likely a nymphette from nearby NYU, or a hot D-list celeb hired to guest bartend.

Japonais
111 E 18th St, New York, NY
Before feeding on fancy fusion food, take a seat at the bar up front. The stately staff will have you wondering how management recruits: With an ad in the paper or an open casting call?

Splash
50 W 17th St, New York, NY
Buff, shirtless men shake up the cocktails at this 10,000-square-foot dance club that is a gay man’s paradise in Chelsea. As if the bartenders weren’t hot enough dry, the water-themed club has a working shower in which the ‘tenders can splish and splash about.

The Garden of Ono
18 9th Ave, New York, NY
Relax in an outdoor cabana at this serene, Asian-style garden in the center of the Meatpacking District. Order a pricey cocktail and await your server, whose hotness might let you forgive the steep prices. Of course, surrounded by all that eye-candy, you’ll also be considering your own figure; so forsake the traditional, carb-heavy sushi roll for the “O-no rice” kind.

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