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Brilliant New York Drinking Map

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New York. So good they named it twice and sprinkled it with thousands of world-class drinking establishments.

Yes, electing just what drinking holes to visit ahead of any trip to the Big Apple is a tricky venture, but help is now at hand, thanks to this diligently constructed and knowingly curated map.

Listing 200 artisanal cocktail lounges, wine bars, tequila bars, bourbon bars, among other places to whet your whistle across the New York City area using a color-coded key, the clever folk at Pop Chart Lab have forged a poster as attractive as it is practical, rendering that miniature Lonely Planet book redundant henceforth.

You can purchase the 18" x 24" print at the design firm's website here

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