A neighborhood activist says the restaurant is "packed to the gills," however, and should not be licensed.
No bugs were harmed during the making of this drink.
A restaurant inside another restaurant? Why the heck not?
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The duo teamed up with Roberto Santibañez.
Despite the lounge-appropriate furnishings, no one is just chilling here.
The twelve-seat space will specialize in Matthew Lightner-designed drinks.
As the weather cools off, these drinks will definitely warm you up.
The beat goes on, and the neighbors say the shadiness also continues.
The tiki vibe has been replaced with bookshelves and gin cocktails.
So you can celebrate when the night goes your candidate's way (or drown your sorrows if it doesn't).
Like the Copa, but with more Fu-gee-la.
With the full restaurant expected later this fall.
Start saving for those 30-liter "Midas" Champagne bottles now.
Because you can't just throw anything down your gullet at 11 a.m.
The Bronx's gay and lesbian scene gets an alternative to air horns.
Yes, Marcus Samuelsson gets all the attention, but there are plenty of other fantastic spots.
Into the tiki sunset.