Ensconced in downtown’s Fashion District, the Pattern Bar salutes its surroundings with specialty cocktails named for famous fashion designers like the D. Von Furstenberg (a concoction that blends Overholt Rye, Barenjager honey liquor, mint and orange), the Dior, the Chanel and the McQueen. Fittingly, the bar’s logo is a sewing machine (although you’ll have to look hard to find the bar’s name, as it’s hidden on a small corner of the front entrance). The Pattern Bar is located on the ground floor of an old multistory building on the corner of Ninth and Main streets, with a high ceiling and surrounded on two sides by large windows. On warm nights, the doors are opened up so that the entire eastern side of the room is exposed to the night air. DJs spin lounge and other sounds at Pattern Sessions every Friday and Saturday night. The menu offers tapas and Spanish-style paninis and salads, as well as the Venezuelan corn cakes known as arepas. Drinks are a little pricey but potent. Although there’s no official dress code at this fashion-centric bar, informal attire (such as wearing a baseball cap) is discouraged.