One of the city's few pre-Giuliani holdouts and a survivor of 9/11 is forced to shutter, at least for now.
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The Jane Ballroom's Matt Kliegman and Carlos Quirarte revive the rock-and-roller go-go dive.
One go-go bar becomes a sports bar while the other fights for its right to party.
Plus: The House passes new food-safety bill, and New York schools violate nutritional guidelines, all in our morning news roundup.
Get ready for Bianca's Double Ds.
The State Liquor Authority has put its final kiss of death on a Midtown West bastion of sleaze.
With business lean elsewhere, profits are up at Rick's Cabaret, home of the $10 strip-club lunch.
In a move not exactly akin to Frank Bruni visiting Robert’s at the Penthouse Executive Club, Midtown Lunch reluctantly tries out the lunch special at Rick’s Cabaret.
Cordato's, the original grind-and-grinders joint.Photo: Mark Peterson/Redux Last time we checked in with neighbors Cordato's and the Pussycat Lounge, they were in a fight for their lives with hotelier Sam Chang. According to The Real Estate, however, that changed in...
“Cousin Vinny” Agnello says he was just kidding about opening an “adult club” in a former Subway franchise.