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Federal Bar Grand-Opens In Long Beach
The gastro-pub sits a beautiful 1924 building, with the feel of a sophisticated Scotch bar.
The Federal Bar Heading to Long Beach
Shad Davis will oversee the gastropub’s menus.
Rogue Guacamole Man Comes to New York, Makes Slightly Less Rogue Guacamole
A man with a penchant for impromptu guacamole feasts is now roaming the streets of Brooklyn, and showing up at sanctioned events.
Sunset Strip Venues Hit Hard Times, Key Club Denies It’s Done
A classic destination for live music is threatened.
Glimpse of Autumn: Breslin, Pulino’s, Abe & Arthur’s, the
Some glimpses into the fall’s upcoming venues.
Knitting Factory BK Opens in September; Free Ribs in Midtown Tomorrow
Plus: where to find cheap wisdom from a California peach farmer, and Bia Garden ready to show off its Asian beer and street eats.
Luna Lounge Owner Opens Music-Minded Neighborhood Spot, Satellite Lounge
Is a Luna Lounge revival in the future?
Rehab closes; the Knitting Factory reopens (in Tribeca??).
Luna Lounge Owner Will Open New Bar in Williamsburg
Rob Sacher is searching for another Luna Lounge location, too.
Out With the Old, In With the New
Goodbye Knitting Factory, hello City Winery.
Will the New Knitting Factory Be a Mere Knitting Facsimile?
President Jared Hoffman is out and almost all of the 65 staffers will be laid off when the club moves to Brooklyn.
Knit to Become Knightclub?
The Knitting Factory is moving to Brooklyn, but residents may not get the Greenwich, Connecticut peace and quiet they’re hoping for.
Knitting Factory Clinches Move to Williamsburg
And is leaving its mark in Spokane and Boise, too.
Stulman Out at Little Owl; a New Knitting Factory?
Plus: A hot new dining scene in Harlem, bargain bottle service in midtown, and more — all in our morning digest of news and gossip.