Bad day for bottle-service bros.
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.
Private supper clubs in the time of keycards.
The great jazz club, where there was once bebop and pan-fried chicken, may be coming back.
A neighborhood activist says the restaurant is "packed to the gills," however, and should not be licensed.
No bugs were harmed during the making of this drink.
A restaurant inside another restaurant? Why the heck not?
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The duo teamed up with Roberto SantibaÃ±ez.
Despite the lounge-appropriate furnishings, no one is just chilling here.
The twelve-seat space will specialize in Matthew Lightner-designed drinks.
As the weather cools off, these drinks will definitely warm you up.
The beat goes on, and the neighbors say the shadiness also continues.
The tiki vibe has been replaced with bookshelves and gin cocktails.