It'll reopen as a new concept.
"Walking into GWARbar will be like entering GWAR's Antarctic stronghold."
Get ready for chai in your bourbon and mole in your bitters.
Plans to introduce a moratorium on liquor licenses have been proposed elsewhere.
It will be renovated and reopen as a "fabulous new Soho restaurant and bar in the spirit of the Soho institution."
The suit alleges Thanksgiving meant wrestling in a kiddie pool of cranberries.
1983 called. It wants its quarters back.
Colonia Verde, Croxley Abbey, and more bars and restaurants.
Men enjoy a nice pour of guava-flavored AlizÃ© now and then, you know.
Expect "another five to seven locations" for New York City.
And boozy blood-orange floats.
There goes the neighborhood, again.
Onondaga is out too, probably.
It won't be a dive, and there's going to be a food component, too.
Small-produced wines by the glass, and duck confit and chimichurri sandwiches, come to the neighborhood.
The lease says it can't "operate as a gay or lesbian bar and/or restaurant."
From cutting lime juice with lemon or simply eliminating lime drinks from the menu, bars have to get creative to combat rising costs.