Flips, cobblers, punches, grog, and history on Water Street.
The opening celebration will bring samples of food and drinks, plus discounts too.
They had to face the Entertainment Commission in February, and maybe didn't have all their permits set.
The menu puts forht of delicate balance of flavors inspired by the cuisines of Thailand, Laos and Viet Nam.
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.
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.
Also, Chipotle is still chugging on that Home space, but hasn't gone to Planning yet.
The divey, old school nudie bar is ready for guests, but construction is stalled at the nearby country and western bar.
The changes are not too glaring, with bigger booths, better booze, and plans to convert a basement speakeasy back into a bar.
Joaquin Reyna-Donaldson, a former manager at The Echo, has added a new oak bar and uncovered some of the building's original architecture.
The upscale NY cabaret should be competing directly with the new incarnation of the Rrazz.
Finally, some good news for Atlantic City.
They will still do Sunday brunches and happy hours, and host the shows by Ms. Lupone, but they will need to mitigate a sound issue before the end of April.