Goodbye Knitting Factory, hello City Winery.
The TV pundit demonstrates her favorite classic cocktail, the Jack Rose.
Daily Intel might be sick of the whole bro thing, but the guys at Lil' Frankie's sure aren't.
Not content to merely conquer the off-the-hook meatpacking brunch scene, restaurant Bagatelle has added a lounge called Rendez-Vouz, or RDV.
Bacon-and-liver sandwich, R.I.P. (for the winter, at least).
When you're rolling with a seven-time restaurateur, you ain't having it.
Did Macao Trading Co. rename a cocktail because some people were offended?
Someone popped a $20,000 bottle of Champagne at Marquee.
Governor Paterson's tax hike on adult beverages could also result in more places to buy them.
The proprietors insist it's only an event space. So why are there drink prices?
The city's quintessential boardwalk bar may have only days left.
Woodson and Ford is accessible via password that's received via text message.
Ceol was shuttered last Friday by the New York Workers' Compensation Board.
It's a 'small, sexy, opium-den like space,' obvi.
Dutch Kills is set to open in 2009.
The Marquee honcho wants his new venue to be a cross between the Spotted Pig and Rose Bar, and he now has Community Board 4's licensing committee onboard.
A speakeasy or speakcheesy? Check out the slideshow and the menus, and you decide.