The Best Bars for Business Networking, Meetings, Entertaining Clients, Happy Hour with Coworkers, and More

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Looking to wind down after work, either to celebrate a promotion, gossip about the boss, or just blow off some steam? Or maybe you’re looking for a place better suited for networking with a potential employer, impressing a client, or closing a deal? Whatever your purpose, you’ll need a bar that meets some “professional” requirements, ideally somewhere that isn’t too dark, crowded, or noisy. You also want a maybe-you-can-skip-dinner menu of options, as well as an atmosphere that shows smart judgment. Here, 17 places where you can break the ice, so to speak—no expense account required.

 

 

 

BLT Steak
White Plains

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China White Noodle Bar
Purchase

Crabtree’s Kittle House
Chappaqua

Emma’s Ale House
White Plains

Fig & Olive
Scarsdale

Kraft Bistro
Bronxville

121 Restaurant & Bar
North Salem

Morton’s The Steakhouse
White Plains

Red Hat on the River
Irvington

The Rye Grill & Bar
Rye

The Willett House
Port Chester

The Tap House
Tuckahoe

Benjamin Steakhouse
White Plains

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