Their withdrawal from a recent community-board meeting may mean the owners have abandoned plans to reopen.
The Nolita favorite is indeed shut down, and the nonchalant signage doesn't really answer any questions.
One of the city's highest-paid doormen doesn't have many nice things to say about his former employers.
The iconic club's potential reopening is delayed again.
Grilled skewers and waterfall views come to the South Street Seaport.
It's that time of year again.
Yes, there's a faux lake at the new Galapagos, too.
The Big Apple fails to make a 'Forbes' list of the country's hardest-drinking cities.
“We will be taking a very focused look at that club,” says police commissioner Ray Kelly.
Don't expect to see Moby at Teany anymore.
The commissioner of the State Liquor Authority thinks it's “very unfortunate.”
We asked him about the state of New York City restaurants; his favorite color, pink; and what he plans to do with the hidden cameras above the bar.
The Beatrice Inn, too.