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Bars

  1. coming soon
    Bar Contra Will Be a New Destination for Modernist DrinksDave Arnold, Fabían von Hauske, and Jeremiah Stone are joining forces on the Lower East Side.
  2. bars
    The Best Alt-inis in New York, RankedThey’re called martinis, but each of these drinks is something else entirely.
  3. openings
    A Doughnut Shop That Doubles As a Bar — FinallyDromedary Doughnuts is part bakery, part speakeasy.
  4. the underground gourmet
    A New Bar That Goes Back to the BasicsCarousel has become my go-to because it doesn’t do anything flashy. (But there is a smoking room.)
  5. trends
    How Faccia Brutto Became Brooklyn’s Favorite DrinkThe name is wrong, the label is “ugly,” and the stuff inside tastes like tree bark. But its appeal is undeniable.
  6. holiday spirit
    The City’s Most Festive Christmas Display? Rolf’s Has Some Competition.The Dead Rabbit has been Jingle Jangled.
  7. openings
    Lawn Club Brings Croquet and Cocktails to the SeaportYour Lawncierge will see you now.
  8. trendlet
    Cocktails Are Sandwiches Now. Deal With It.One martini, hold the mayo.
  9. openings
    Ray’s, the TikTokiest Faux Dive in New York, Expands to Greenpoint“The worst part is that it’s going to be wildly successful for sure.”
  10. guides
    The Best Bar Crawl in New York, According to Karen CheeGossip, get drunk, and then plan a heist at Attaboy.
  11. fall preview 2023
    Maison Premiere Will Expand to Manhattan This FallTigre will be a party.
  12. the underground gourmet
    It’s Tomato Season! (At the Bar)New drinks that go way beyond the Bloody Mary.
  13. nightlife
    Roxy Music, Red Bull Spritzes, and Lots of Zebra CarpetingA team of nightlife veterans open Danger Danger, a new rock bar in Bushwick.
  14. the underground gourmet
    The Green-Mango Martini Is Too Special to Be the Drink of the SummerA fabulous drink that can only be found at one East Village bar.
  15. openings
    The Irish Pub Gets a Queer MakeoverMary’s Bar is now open in Greenpoint.
  16. bars
    A New Drink Pays Tribute to Bartending’s Most Famous Fire StarterAt Koloman, a cocktail mixing rum, coffee, and a spray of flames.
  17. bars
    The Problem With Pints in New YorkWhy are this city’s beers so small?
  18. the year i ate new york
    Where to Watch the World CupOur diner-at-large goes looking for that perfect 5 a.m. sports bar.
  19. openings
    A Ukrainian Bar Arrives in SohoSlava opens in the former Pegu Club space.
  20. openings
    A Soho Dive Reopens As a Tribute to Its Former SelfMilady’s — or some version of Milady’s — returns this week.
  21. openings
    Who Is the Tokyo Fixer? And Why Does He Have His Own Bar in New York?Welcome to Shinji’s.
  22. god save the kings
    It’s Time for Northern Boy Autumn“Do you want to make love to a sad old man?”
  23. openings
    Cocktail Royalty Rolls Into New YorkA version of the fabled Dukes martini is now being poured at the Hotel Chelsea’s Lobby Bar.
  24. nightlife
    How Secret Are the City’s Newest Speakeasies, Really?Surveying the newest hidden doors of New York.
  25. the year i ate new york
    The Dirty Shirley Won’t Save UsOur diner-at-large visits a very cool bar where nothing seems to matter.
  26. drinks
    Wellness Is Dead. Long Live the Martini.“I watch these kids hammering martinis and I’m like, good Lord.”
  27. are u coming?
    Who Let the Hogs Out?Only March Madness could make grown men squeal like this.
  28. the group portrait
    Bemelmans Is the Hottest Bar in AmericaThe Carlyle’s formal old room, and its formal old martini-mixers, have found a new following on Instagram.
  29. reopenings
    How a Shuttered Islanders Bar Was Reborn Inside the Team’s New ArenaIslanders die-hards will get another chance to visit Offside Tavern when it reopens in the team’s new arena this weekend.
  30. interviews
    The Bartender Who Quit Cocktails to Become a Mortician“I had been thinking about it for years, but just trying to survive in New York — you’re constantly in that rat race and just trying to make enough.”
  31. reopenings
    The High-Design Return of Henrietta HudsonNew York’s longest-operating lesbian bar is back in business.
  32. reopening
    NYC Rejoices As COVID ‘Snack’ Rule Is Set to End and Bar Seating ReturnsNew Yorkers can once again order a drink without the need to get a sandwich, too.
  33. back in business
    Iconic Greenwich Village Steakhouse Knickerbocker Bar & Grill Will ReopenMaybe as soon as the end of March.
  34. closings
    Good-bye to Mission Dolores, a Perfect Bar for EverythingThe bar, in a converted auto garage, straddled the literal and figurative barriers of its surrounding neighborhoods.
  35. closings
    Good-bye to the Strange Tropical Splendor of Donna’s BrancoladaThe Williamsburg bar Donna, which closed this weekend, took the piña colada on a winter vacation.
  36. odes
    Bemelmans in ReposeThe storied bar remains dark at a time when New York needs its warm embrace more than ever.
  37. reopening
    Bars and Restaurants Are Pushing Back Against the SLAStronger enforcement creates new headaches for operators.
  38. karaoke
    Cops Are Raiding Huge, Underground Karaoke Parties in NYCThree have been shut down in the past two weeks.
  39. closings
    Acclaimed Cocktail Bar Existing Conditions No Longer ExistsThe bar from Don Lee and Dave Arnold is the latest major closing during the coronavirus pandemic.
  40. underground gourmet quick bite
    To Placate Cuomo, Botanica Bar Adds Sourdough Pizza to Its MenuFor years, the dive bar’s customers got by on peanuts.
  41. reopening
    This Is Not the Time to Reopen New York’s BarsIt would be a disaster.
  42. money talks
    ‘We Know How To Make a Little Go a Long Way’The owners of Crown Heights bar Ode to Babel on being denied for loans, getting into survival mode, and their concerns about reopening.
  43. coronavirus
    16 Friends Tested Positive for Coronavirus After One Night OutA health-care worker says she and 15 of her friends all got sick after going to an Irish pub in Jacksonville, Florida.
  44. bars
    New York’s Best Baseball Bar Has Closed. What Will Happen to Its Memorabilia?Foley’s leaves behind more than 4,000 signed baseballs. We may not have seen the last of them.
  45. lost weekends
    Are New York’s New ‘To Go’ Bars Here to Stay?Sidewalk imbibers and cash-starved businesses hope so.
  46. odes
    Good-bye to Pegu Club, a Bar That Felt Like It’d Always Be ThereNew York has lost an institution.
  47. shutdown diaries
    Our Restaurant Was Weeks From Opening. Now We’re Stuck.“I was just Googling how to get insulin without health insurance. It was a last-ditch effort.”
  48. closings
    3 Very Different West-Side Bars Will Permanently CloseThe city is losing iconic Irish pub Coogan’s and Chicago transplants The Office and The Aviary.
  49. coronavirus
    Doesn’t a To-Go Negroni Sound Nice Right Now?Some New York bars are now offering their signature cocktails to-go.
  50. moving on
    Cocktail Destination Dante Loses Its Star BartenderNaren Young has left the bar after five years and a whole lot of Negronis.
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