Cain Luxe's opening night: bottles and bikini models.
Hot spiced cider and spiked hot chocolate on the Lower East Side.
It changes colors.
Michael “Bao” Huynh teams up with the group behind BLT Market and the designer of Allen & Delancey.
A deal to turn the former club into an art and events venue has fallen through.
Have 'mandeliers' gone a little too far?
He's also working on "flavor tablets" that will combine vodka with... butter?
Sandwich artist Walter Momente does panini for the first time.
Will a labor strike affect the supply of some of your favorite booze brands?
Are e-flyers a sign that these former hot spots are hurting for business?
Rumor has it that in the next weeks, certain clubs will file multiple, massive corruption lawsuits against the NYPD.
Barry Mullineaux, last seen at the helm of defunct West Chelsea nightclub Stereo, is back, and attempting to take on Downtown Cipriani.
The Spotted Pig it ain't, but hey, it's a new burger-and-beer option in the garment district.
It's not just the buzzer entry that makes this basement boîte, from an owner of Santos' Party House, a promising development.
The duo have transformed a preppy hangout into what they hope will be something a bit hipper.
‘Attention bitches,’ says the owner. The beloved gay club isn't closing.
Zombie-like, the Lower East Side's state of vitality continues to confuse nightlife bloggers.