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Where to go for righteous rotis, judiciously spiced Jamaican jerk, and unbelievably good beef patties.
Where to go when you want to taste your local booze before you buy it.
Where to go for everything from jerk chicken to rutabaga “tagliatelle.”
A roving rave, a hidden movie theater, and a Trinidadian brewery.
The city’s premier spots for pairing fermented juice with mapo tofu, Basque-inspired suppers, and cheese fondue.
Fifteen places to kick back and quaff the freshest beer in town.
Where to find grown-up dancing, Elvis impersonators, fancy fernet, and more.
Cuban cocktail bars, subterranean skeeball lounges, boozy movie theaters, and more.
What to drink when you want to drink more than one.
Milk punch on the Lower East Side, a rooftop izakaya in Flushing, Señor Frog’s in Times Square, and more.
From chocolate-layered imperial stouts to bitter and balanced IPAs.
Where to drink, dance, play shuffleboard, and more this fall.
A new brewery is selling its first beer, Crossroads IPA, exclusively at Press 195.
What to pick up on your way to tonight’s festivities.
The Flushing-based Xi’an Famous Foods brings its cure to Chinatown.
A Crown Heights gay bar for everyone may lose its lease.
All twenty cases of the potent beer are at Daniel Boulud’s house.
One writer suggests watching adventuresome-eater Adam Richman is a release from diets, cleanses, and self-control.
Way Station in Prospect Heights is in liquor-license limbo.