No one likes secret bars anymore.
Ravi DeRossi's new bar is hidden behind East Village pastry shop Jane's Sweet Buns.
It's "an old-school Lower East Side bodega meets a sophisticated and sexy speakeasy," duh.
The dish on the private room, down the stairs, at the Dutch.
Su Casa is gone, but the old Uncle Ming's space will find new life.
The catacomblike bar may be called Jersey Joe's.
A bar so secret we dare not speak its name.
And more from the upcoming Community Board agendas.
The "speakeasy" is finally open after we first noticed it in April.
You'll no longer be able to enter one of the city's most distinctive drink dens via the sidewalk.
The Museum of the City of New York has launched a summertime rooftop cocktail bar.
The city giveth and taketh away.
The latest members-only bar, located in the building where Basquiat died, is most definitely not a speakcheesy.
It's not officially open, but we've sniffed it out.
A look inside the bar hidden above a downtown burrito joint.
The secret’s out about the Cabin Down Below, but Grub Street has caught wind of an even newer unmarked drink den tucked under the wing of a fast-food joint.
An East Village bar is opened, and then overexposed.
The Niagara folks have soft-opened the Cabin Down Below.
Todd English and Milk & Honey vets are keeping the trend alive.
Is a hidden bar off St. Marks Place the latest Woodson and Ford?