Okay, we'll include the guy at Grand Central at the newsstand who has a seemingly unlimited supply of those little airline bottles which you can get with your New York Post. $5.
Wait, are we counting the vendors, actually licensed with neck-tags and everything, who sell 15-20 brands of beer to the commuters getting on the Metro-North trains? Does that 6 foot by 3 foot counter count as a bar? Or are we just counting the places where they actually serve your drink to you rather than just handing you a bottle. (In which case, Madison Square Garden is a bar when you buy the $9.00 plastic cup of beer.)
I think we will have to classify each venue as we go.
Joe(I'm starting without you.)Nation