A "beacon of civilization" shuts its doors.
A list of places to watch the game for people who aren't interested in the typical sports-bar vibe.
The last of the chili con carne went out last night after 11 p.m.
Get your Mulled Bishop on.
A nod to William Burroughs gives way to mojitos.
We know why the caged fried chicken crunches.
The 'light' turns on next fall.
Mama said knock you out! Or at least fix you a strong drink.
Even as drinks get more complicated, bars across America are nailing their menu designs.
One of New York's friendliest and longest-running dives will close for good in two months.
Residents of 199 Bowery are mad as hell and aren't going to take the techno-thump anymore.
Apparently the shows were "too raunchy" for Las Vegas.
Hockey pucks and yakitori ducks.
The "straight-friendly" bar and restaurant will move across town.
Say yes to fondue with green apples.
He also knows how to make a mean milk punch.
As the city's dives close with whiplash-inducing frequency, Robert Simonson looks at six spots that you should visit before it's too late.
Xavier Herit says the neighborhood spot should be open by the end of September.