The crew from Union Transfer plans to open a beer garden on the waterfront.
Though Revel is still not opened yet, it's already ruffling some feathers around town.
Both operations could be up and running by the end of next week.
A new plan calls for funding schools with revenue drawn from keeping bars open and extra hour.
The duck fat, sourdough pizza at Garces Trading Co. was all Travel + Leisure needed, but they flipped for the hangar steak.
The stylish Midtown Village Greek joint begins offering weeknight food and drink specials.
The new restaurant is second effort from partners Tim Spinner and Brian Sirhal, the duo that opened Ft. Washington's Cantina Feliz last year.
The bar's staff likens it to a classic double album.
Rounding up the region's restaurant reviews.
The exclusive swim club near the Piazza failed to reel in members.
Rounding up neighborhood news.
After scoring bragging rights to being the country's best sports bar, the crabfries slingers decided building a bigger TV was in order.
Lucky for you there's three Friday the 13th's in 2012.
The new chef follows in her predecessor's footsteps with a new menu that relies heavily on game dishes.
For several weeks the music venue was unable to sell beer and booze.
The performance venue will present plans to expand and add food service at a zoning meetings.
Specially priced pizzas and cheap drinks are on the offer at both happy hours.
The new club will have dancers, but not lap dances.
The new plan will allow beer distributors and supermarkets to sell wine, but doesn't scrap the state store system.