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  1. The Other Critics
    Miller Recommends Winter Tipples, With PairingsVirginia Miller doesn’t mind a good winter cocktail.
  2. Drinks
    Italian Sparkling Water Plans to Burst Pellegrino’s BubblesIt’s gulping down New York.
  3. Oops
    Of Course Chili’s Is Serving Booze to Kids, TooAnd we totally called this.
  4. Trends
    Unusual Suspects: The Rise of Vegetable CocktailsForget the celery garnish: The newest crop of cocktails puts vegetables at center stage.
  5. Nightclubbing
    My Friend’s Place Is (Was?) the New Mike’s ApartmentThe latest underground party spot doesn’t pick up till four in the morn.
  6. Openings
    Ninth Ward Channels New Orleans in East VillageThe Shoolbred’s team will serve Louisiana cocktails and small bites in the former Thai on Two space.
  7. Spot Check
    The Scene at KenmareEven celebrities have to wait.
  8. The Great Outdoors
    Gansevoort Park Avenue Uncovers Its Rooftop Pool, Opening in JulyA first look at Plunge’s sister lounge, atop the forthcoming Gansevoort Park Avenue.
  9. Slideshow
    Closer Look at the Penny Farthing and Its Subterranean Lair, PF13The owners of Phoebe’s open a bar, grill, and D.J. lounge in the old Café Deville space.
  10. The Great Outdoors
    Another Rooftop RendezvousRooftop drinking in Chelsea.
  11. What to Drink
    Fatty ’Cue Takes Pickle Back to New HeightsPlus, bacon bourbon!
  12. Temporary Closings
    Like La Esquina, Neighbor Café Select Is Under City ScrutinyMore on the shuttering of La Esquina’s basement, and trouble at Café Select.
  13. Openings
    Terrible Twosome: Painkiller and St. Anselm OpenThe proprietors of Dutch Kills and Fette Sau have finally revealed their new projects to the world.
  14. Slideshow
    First Look at the Rock Shop, Park Slope’s New Rooftop-Drinking DestinationThe owner of the Bowery Ballroom opens a sports bar and music venue in Park Slope.
  15. Closings
    Party’s Over: SLA Suspends M2’s Liquor LicenseFifteen fights and eleven instances of drug activity in the past year.
  16. Closings
    Remembering Freddy’s and Empire DinerThe nostalgia is being poured on thick today for two institutions.
  17. Openings
    Village Chillage: Grisly Pear Is DOH’d, Vyne Wine Bar OpensPlus, a cat on a leash!
  18. Slideshow
    First Look at Cienfuegos, Ravi DeRossi of Death & Co.’s Cuban Rum BarCheck out the space, the menu, and the rum punches by Charlotte Voisey of Rose Bar.
  19. Slideshow
    First Look: Dim Sum Palace Moonlights As Dimly Lit Hidden BarUp a flight of stairs you’ll find dice games, pool tables, and color-changing lights.
  20. Crime Scenes
    Velvet Rope Turns Into Police TapeThe wonderful world of nightclub stabbings, shootings, and abductions.
  21. Openings
    Today in TikiPainkiller gets an opening date, and more.
  22. Openings
    First Look at the Black Swan, Bed-Stuy’s ‘Sophisticated’Oysters and cask-conditioned beer come to Bed-Stuy.
  23. Openings
    Proprietor of East Village ‘Vomitorium’: ‘We Aren’tMore on Avenue B’s new “speakloudly,” Billy Hurricanes.
  24. Nightclubbing
    Old Gray Lady Suddenly Loves the NightlifeThe ‘Times’ gets a biweekly nightlife column.
  25. Reopenings
    And Just Like That, M2 Has ReopenedBusiness as usual under the city’s Nuisance Abatement Law.
  26. Non-Openings
    The LES Starbucks That Wasn’tDid Spitzer’s Corner save the Lower East Side from a worse fate?
  27. Openings
    Speakeasy-‘Speakloudly’ Planned for Avenue BA Mardi Gras–themed bar on top, and a bourbon bar on bottom.
  28. Closings
    City Shutters M2 and Pink New YorkTwo of the city’s biggest dance clubs are busted for drug deals.
  29. Openings
    Beatrice Diaspora: André and Abramcyk Plan Two New VenuesA U.S. outpost of the celeb-studded Parisian club Le Baron?
  30. Menu Changes
    What to Eat at Sue Torres’s Rusty KnotA look at the Sueños chef’s menu.
  31. Openings
    Heaven in Hell’s Kitchen: Two New Rooftop Bars This SpringOne on the 16th floor and another on the 34th.
  32. Reopenings
    Hotel Parties: Jane May Reopen This Month, Pierre Hotel Boogies DownA new hotel party, and the return of an old one.
  33. Empire Building
    Marquee Team Threatens to Open Mammoth Club in VegasNoah Tepperberg and Jason Strauss have expansion plans.
  34. Empire Building
    Night Moves: Sevigny Plans Music Club, Joe Sitt Partners With Butter TeamButter may get a sister in the meatpacking district.
  35. Booze You Can Use
    Bartender Urges Drinkers to Mix and Shake at Home“People used to make cocktails at home regularly … they can do it again,”
  36. Slideshow
    First Look: Eric Milon Brings Miami to Midtown via CovetThe Miami Beach kingpin will serve up a $160 cocktail in one of the city’s swankest spaces.
  37. An Education
    Harvard Business School Turns to Noah TepperbergThe Marquee founder will discuss “the business of nightlife” to MBA students.
  38. Beef
    Nevada Smith’s Customers Fight Over BartendersTwo bartenders are fired after the soccer fan zone is cited for serving minors.
  39. Cocktailians
    Enter Louis 649’s Cocktail Contest, or Just Eat New Menu ItemsGet your own cocktail on the menu.
  40. Reopenings
    Soccer Fans RejoiceNevada Smith’s is back open.
  41. Temporary Closings
    Nevada Smith’s ShutteredWhere will soccer fans go now?
  42. Crime Scenes
    Blogger Says He Was Clubbed by Avenue’s DoormanAccording to the list’s author, Rich Thomas didn’t react well to being called one of the “Top Ten Most Hated People in New York Nightlife.”
  43. Closings
    Party’s Over at CainThree years after rumors of its end, Cain calls it quits tonight.
  44. Booze You Can Use
    User’s Guide: Amateur Hour St. Patrick’s DayOur nightlife editors urge you to go beyond the Guinness.
  45. Openings
    First Look at Pinkerton, Now Pouring New World Wines in WilliamsburgA writer tries his luck in the bar business.
  46. Personalities
    Noah Tepperberg Begs to Differ With ‘Most Hated’ StatusPlus, Avenue outed as a dance club on HBO?
  47. Crime Scenes
    Nurse Assaulted at Party BarThe midtown bar moves higher up on our list of places into which we’ll never set foot.
  48. Openings
    Janis Is the New Beatrice and Jesse Malin Is the New Paul Sevigny, Got It?How not to make your lounge the new Beatrice Inn.
  49. Personalities
    Mike, the Man Behind the City’s Shortest-Lived Hot Spot, Steps Out of HisThe story behind what might have been New York City’s shortest-lived “hot spot.”
  50. Booze You Can Use
    PDT Bartender Reps U.S. in Cocktail CompetitionSean Hoard’s Wellington Fizz impresses judges.
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