Notes from the underground.
The swanky spot gives it another go with a new co-owner.
Many new bells and whistles have been added to the old soccer bar.
Quinn's "real New York Saloon" will open near his old workplace.
Two new ambitious cocktail bars float their plans.
Flips, cobblers, punches, grog, and history on Water Street.
Three barmen and a talented chef unite on an ambitious new project.
Cocktails are coming to Avenue B.
The team behind the U.K. import will meet the community board tomorrow.
A kind of blue law comes to Brooklyn.
Desnuda in Brooklyn will have twenty ceviches.
"Everything needs to be over the top ... This is the most outrageous, nerdy draft system ever."
The club's owners swear the will keep things on the tasteful side.
The nightclub is trying to reinvent itself.
Something strange is going on in flatiron.
Nogs, hot mulled bishops, shandies, sangarees, and large-format punches grace the expansive drinks menu.
Flair bartending hasn't disappeared. It's merely retreated to the fringes, where it is still practiced by a dedicated few.
Noah Tepperberg's club reopens tonight in West Chelsea with cocktails, bottle service, and Mike D-designed wallpaper in the bathroom.