'The Spirit Journal' thinks so!
Not that this makes up for the nutcracker crackdown.
A new law would send nutcracker vendors to prison for up to a year.
Justin Phillips's Grand Central Terminal shop now has a liquor license and an opening date.
Plus: Waiters sue the owners of Gabriela's on the Upper West Side.
A $10 million renovation will add an eighteen-foot "illuminated bottle display tower" among other features.
The quirky Canal St. Newsstand is the latest to get growlers.
Both will be available next month.
Brooklyn's draft-only beer hits the shelves.
Colicchio & Sons will soon be pouring at the High Line.
Sixteen beers on draft, 500 by the bottle, and (of course) locally sourced eats.
Tomorrow is your one pre–Kentucky Derby chance to stock up.
Royal Virility Performance contains Viagra, chocolate, Horny Goat Weed, and "a healthy dose of sarcasm."
An SLA spokesman says "we can't just do a blanket denial for a whole class of licenses."
Half-off beers on the Upper West Side this weekend.
Word is, Community Board 1 will consider it next week.
Plus, drug sales and after-hours booze.
Manhattan catches on to the Brooklyn growler trend.