The doyenne of nightlife is throwing a new Sunday party.
Also in our morning news roundup: Pasteles and punch are back!
A new location has been secured, but the iconic neon is in danger.
The Smith & Mills' mustachioed mixologist opens his home to 'Bon Appétit.'
The folks from Employees Only and Chanterelle have finally opened their restaurant. See the menus and interior.
An in-depth look into downtown's controversial cabaret.
The State Liquor Authority has put its final kiss of death on a Midtown West bastion of sleaze.
The owner of the endlessly entertaining East Village establishment says the ‘Times’ critic just didn't get the place.
One of New York City's most infamous nightlife addresses can be yours.
The Upper West Side institution may get new life after it closes at the end of the year.
Community Board 4 didn't give Noah Tepperberg the green light he was hoping for, but he didn't get a Wass-like smackdown either.
The owner of Marquee plans to open another spot in West Chelsea.
Area bars and lounges have beverage options for pregnant women that go beyond soda water and a lime.
The former Tía Pol toque is opening a restaurant, the name of which you'll definitely want to know how to pronounce.
Apparently voters didn't agree with Steve Lewis that he's a "bad, bad man."
Our very favorite doorman is rolling not just with models, but SUPERmodels.
One of our top five dive bars is gone.
A union strike may affect the supply of booze to your favorite bar.