The new cocktail joint was brought to life by the owners of Woody's.
Flips, cobblers, punches, grog, and history on Water Street.
The drinks include unique garnishes and elements of fire.
The opening celebration will bring samples of food and drinks, plus discounts too.
The newspaper's annual food-themed magazine is chockablock with tasty bits.
The menu puts forht of delicate balance of flavors inspired by the cuisines of Thailand, Laos and Viet Nam.
It was only supposed to be temporary, and it only lived ten months.
It will go from gay bar to cocktail bar, complete with possible fireplace.
With an all-star lineup of some of the city's funniest people, it seems like the evening's emphasis will be on fun.
Three barmen and a talented chef unite on an ambitious new project.
Yep, three stars. To a bar.
A confluence of strong flavors in a strong drink.
Extensive changes to the historic restaurant's structure and menu are about to get underway.
Cocktails are coming to Avenue B.
The team behind the U.K. import will meet the community board tomorrow.
A kind of blue law comes to Brooklyn.
Desnuda in Brooklyn will have twenty ceviches.