Flair bartending hasn't disappeared. It's merely retreated to the fringes, where it is still practiced by a dedicated few.
Controversial owner Steve Edelson considers a less morose paint job and beefed-up security.
No doubt the city's craft cocktail movement still has legs to stagger on, but this whole speakeasy schtick is yesterday's news.
She's been paid to appear at the opening "mega-party."
Noah Tepperberg's club reopens tonight in West Chelsea with cocktails, bottle service, and Mike D-designed wallpaper in the bathroom.
Private supper clubs in the time of keycards.
The great jazz club, where there was once bebop and pan-fried chicken, may be coming back.
The name, no less the idea, even sounds a little like The Edison.
A neighborhood activist says the restaurant is "packed to the gills," however, and should not be licensed.
Former L&E Oyster Bar pastry chef Deborah Gorman is behind the short selection of bar foods.
No bugs were harmed during the making of this drink.
Nightlife kingpin Steve Edelson has been shot and stabbed in the past, so a roomful of angry neighbors doesn't really phase the guy.
A restaurant inside another restaurant? Why the heck not?
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Hopefully the new operator come up with something more imaginative than craft beer and pub grub.