Get ready for chai in your bourbon and mole in your bitters.
Plans to introduce a moratorium on liquor licenses have been proposed elsewhere.
It will be renovated and reopen as a "fabulous new Soho restaurant and bar in the spirit of the Soho institution."
It's $36, and a server drops skewered foie gras inside at the table. (There's other stuff to eat and drink, too.)
Men enjoy a nice pour of guava-flavored Alizé now and then, you know.
Expect "another five to seven locations" for New York City.
There goes the neighborhood, again.
It won't be a dive, and there's going to be a food component, too.
Small-produced wines by the glass, and duck confit and chimichurri sandwiches, come to the neighborhood.
The lease says it can't "operate as a gay or lesbian bar and/or restaurant."
From cutting lime juice with lemon or simply eliminating lime drinks from the menu, bars have to get creative to combat rising costs.
"They were all laughing at me and making fun of me for wearing these short shorts."
A new tiki guide and a behind-the-scenes history of the "craft cocktail renaissance" are coming right up.
Drinks maker Leo Robitschek is extending his base of operations.
"More worldly" beers are on their way in.
It'll "end up moving somewhere else pretty close in the area," if at all.
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.