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Daniel Maurer

March 20, 2006
New and Next in Nightlife

A color-changing lounge, a luxurious garden, a Vegas dive, two new gay spots, and more.

July 24, 2006
When Summer Fun's Done...

Where to catch a cocktail after the outdoor movie, concert, or ballgame.

May 2, 2005 | Bar Buzz
Doing it on the Table

As Harold Hill sang in The Music Man, “that game with the fifteen numbered balls is the devil’s tool.” Anyone who has ever had his or her drink knocked over by some aspiring Fast Eddie Felson's pool stick will agree. There are, however, a few bars in town where you can find classic table games that don’t involve sinking the “fat lady.”

August 9, 2005 | Bar Buzz
Urban Beach Bars

When getting to the beach is a hassle, the resorative powers of drinking at a waterfront bar should suffice. Here's wear to get a pour by the shore.

February 21, 2007
Hot Shots!

With Mardi Gras just finished and Saint Patrick’s Day around the corner, your drinker’s IQ is probably in the gutter these days. At least call a shot that's a tad more creative than an Irish Car Bomb.

July 20, 2009 |
The Happiest Hour

End the day with one—or more—of these lip-smacking new concoctions, all $8 or less.

October 5, 2005 | Bar Buzz
Autumn in A Glass

The weather is changing, and so are the cocktails. Here’s where to get the freshest pours (with links to the recipes).

July 24, 2005 | Cheap Guide
Stretching $50 in Jackson Heights

Deals in Jackson Heights extend well beyond the all-you-can eat buffets. We took $50 and walked 25 blocks.

September 29, 2005 | Bar Buzz
Fall Nightclub Preview

Change is in the air for the city's nightclub scene. Ten new reasons to get the dance shoes out of the closet.

June 22, 2005 | Bar Buzz
New Bars from Old Favorites

There’s plenty of reason to fear a new bar— no cracks in the upholstery, no graffiti in the bathroom, and often not a soul in the house. But when they’re opened by owners we know and love, they can feel like hallowed haunts from day one.

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