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Nightlife Archive

April 11, 2008
Top Five Dive Bars

Rough around the edges but all the more lovable for it.

April 11, 2008
Top Five Casual Wine Bars

Great grapes, without the pretense.

April 11, 2008
Top Five Bars to Pretend You're a Hedge-Funder

The most exquisitely lavish tippling destinations.

April 21, 2008
Mad Hot Uniondale

For one night last month, the Long Island village was the epicenter of fly. The Mary J. Blige–Jay-Z concert at the Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum brought out big boots, fat chains, and some amazing hoodie-and-hat combos. “Look Book” joined the party.

April 14, 2008
Come Here Often?

The Place: Weather Up, a casually trendy, slightly claustrophobic, $11-cocktail lounge in Prospect Heights. The Time: Saturday night, 9:42. The Mission: Chat up every person in the bar.

April 2, 2008
Getting In Is Hard to Do

Not all secret bars, bottle-service clubs, and hidden speakeasies are created equal. A look at some of the city's truly tough doors, a few aspiring hot spots, and what it really takes to make it inside.

March 27, 2008
Hot Hot Heat

Bad-boy front man Scott Weiland helms Stone Temple Pilots once again. R.E.M. play from their first great album in a decade. McCarren Park Pool gives us one last season of musical pleasures in the shallow end. Yes, this summer's concert season is unprecedentedly scorching. Here's your reminder to get tickets before they evaporate.

March 31, 2008
Artifact: A Highly Valued Tradition

Findings from the streets, files, and hard drives of New York.

March 11, 2008
Your New Favorite Bar

Our latest look at notable nightlife openings

February 29, 2008
Final Pour

Forget seeding, Cinderellas, "One Shining Moment"—the important thing to worry about during March Madness is where to drink. With gracious input from the NYC alumni chapters of 18 big schools, we present a conference-by-
conference bar breakdown for all you transplanted Bulldogs, Blue Devils, and Longhorns alike.

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