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Bottle Service

  1. Bottle Service
    Very Old Booze Bottles Recovered From Fulton Street PitThe bottles were likely refuse from area restaurants in the eighteenth century.
  2. We Pop Champagne
    Soho Neighbors Say Greenhouse and W.i.P. Have ‘Gotten Worse’The beat goes on, and the neighbors say the shadiness also continues.
  3. Closings
    Second Street Suffers a Double Bummer [UPDATED]Thirty-Two Degrees and Nick’s Roast Beef both check out.
  4. Nightlife
    Stephen Starr Pronounces the Death of Bottle ServiceWhile nightclubs are finding a new foothold in Center City, restaurateur Stephen Starr sees them as unsophisticated.
  5. Openings
    LES FYI: LEVANTeast Open, TPoutine Still NotIs Welcome to the Johnsons feeling threatened by its new upscale neighbor?
  6. Dispatch from Sodom and Gomorrah
    At Merkato 55, 2 p.m. Is the New 2 a.m.Elevating the brunch line.
  7. Models and Bottles
    Is Prime Really Throwing Out the Bottles, or Are They Just Full of It?We tried to take advantage of the club’s new stance against bottle-service pressures and were told: “5 PEOPLE IS 2 BOTTLES MINIUME.”
  8. Models and Bottles
    The Last Days of Bottle Service?Nightlife types pontificate on the future of the industry’s most hated institution.
  9. Mediavore
    $2K Tables in the Hamptons; Ex-Cons to Serve You Booze Soon?Plus details about Kenny Shopsin’s cookbook, why Dale cried on ‘Top Chef’ last week, and more, in our morning roundup of news and gossip.
  10. Openings
    Cain’s Secret Project to Bring a Whole Lotta Bling to Little Italy Cain’s owner Jamie Mullholland says he isn’t spilling the beans on his new Nolita joint Gold Bar until it opens in January, but James Famularo, broker for the space’s former tenant, Odea, reveals that designer Robert McKinley (PM, Cain) has completely draped what’s to be a Pangea-like restaurant and bottle lounge in its namesake element: Gold-leaf ceilings, gold chains separating railroad-style rooms (unlike Odea’s enclosed areas), and the coup de grace, 3,000 gilded fake skulls covering the walls. Plus, there will be captain chairs at a low-slung bar. In other news, trendsetter La Esquina and newcomer Bar Martignetti will soon have more company in their area: Famularo says he’s talking to major operators about four other spaces within a three-block radius. “A year ago all the calls we got were for the meatpacking and West Chelsea. Now it’s all for the Little Italy–Nolita area.” Lot attendants, we suggest you learn how to park an H2. — Daniel Maurer