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Drinking

  1. health
    Everything to Know About Alcohol and CoronavirusExperts explain what we do (and don’t) know about alcohol and COVID-19.
  2. lost weekends
    Are New York’s New ‘To Go’ Bars Here to Stay?Sidewalk imbibers and cash-starved businesses hope so.
  3. cheers!
    A Cocktail at 9:30 A.M.? Sure, Why Not.Let Ina Garten guide you through these trying times.
  4. science of us
    Moderate Drinking May Be More Dangerous Than You ThinkAn increasing number of young people are dying of liver disease.
  5. party advice
    The Best New Year’s Eve Cocktail Is the Old CubanI mean, come on: It’s a mojito with Champagne.
  6. where's the party?
    I Went Tipsy Shopping at Nordstrom’s New FlagshipAdventures in spending at the department store’s new Manhattan flagship.
  7. science of us
    How Do I Make Plans Without ‘Getting a Drink’?It’s hard to make friends as an adult — especially if you don’t drink.
  8. openings
    The Riddler Opens in NYC With Champagne, Caviar, and Tater-Tot WafflesThe bubble-soaked San Francisco import debuts in the West Village next week.
  9. bubbles
    Anxious Nation Awaits Imminent Arrival of Bud Light Hard SeltzerThe anticipation is bubbling over.
  10. crises
    White Claw Shortage Grips AmericaThe company is reportedly working very hard to spike more seltzer.
  11. science of us
    What Counts As Secondhand Drinking Damage?One in five people are harmed by other people’s alcohol consumption.
  12. grub guides
    The Perfect Beach Wines for Summer, According to 14 Wine ExpertsGrab a towel and get to it.
  13. lifestyle advice
    It’s Time to Try a G&T-PlusYes, there is a way to make a gin-and-tonic ever-so-slightly better.
  14. science of us
    A Spiteful Guide to Self-ImprovementVanity, hatred, jealousy, competitiveness — they can be very useful!
  15. openings
    Finally, Via Carota Team Opens Bar Pisellino in the West VillageJody Williams and Rita Sodi complete their neighborhood mini-fiefdom with their restaurant’s long-awaited sister bar.
  16. openings
    A New Brooklyn Bar Is Dedicated to California WinesAt Coast and Valley, every Pinot noir and sauvignon blanc comes from the Golden State.
  17. science of us
    The Book Newly Sober People Love to Give to Each OtherTalking with Annie Grace, author of This Naked Mind.
  18. closings
    Greenpoint Favorite Enid’s Will CloseThe bar’s last night will be March 31
  19. promises promises
    How to Change Without WillpowerFocus on your beliefs, and the rest will follow.
  20. the cut opinion pages
    Seltzer Is and Always Has Been GoodBut why?
  21. keeping up with the royals
    Prince William ‘Accidentally’ Drinks a JägerbombRiiiiiight.
  22. wine pairing of the week
    Watching Football? Grab One of These Unexpected Sparkling WinesThe perfect thing to drink when you’re snacking on pigs in a blanket.
  23. it's complicated
    Giving Up Alcohol Made Me Date Like a Teenager AgainMy newfound sobriety came with a return to the awkward flirting, wholesome booze-free activities, and intense emotions of adolescence.
  24. wine pairing of the week
    How to Pair Wine With PB&JPerfect for back to school!
  25. health concerns
    World’s Most Depressing Study Confirms All Alcohol Is Bad for YouThere are no ifs, ands, or buts about it.
  26. good buzz
    Is Marijuana the Future of Beer?The legal pot industry and the beer industry are about to converge with hangover-free, low-calorie drinks that will still give you a buzz.
  27. wine pairing of the week
    How to Pair Wine With Cheap SushiGrab a California roll and a bottle of Grüner.
  28. drinking
    The $15 Mocktail Is HereAre booze-free drinks too expensive? Or have they secretly become awesome?
  29. select all
    ‘Vomit Fraud’: Uber Drivers’ Fake Puke Claims Cost Riders Up to $150Passengers are filing lawsuits against Uber after being charged a fee for allegedly vomiting during late-night rides.
  30. cons
    Mindy Kaling Pretended to Be on Antibiotics to Hide Her Pregnancy on Ocean’s 8“I had to spin a web of lies.”
  31. it's complicated
    Dating Without Drinking Is Lonely, Awkward, and Sometimes InfuriatingI’m fine with my decision to stay sober. Most of the guys I meet seem to feel differently.
  32. booze news
    Light Drinking During Pregnancy Is Probably FineNew study says there is little evidence that the occasional drink will harm your baby in the womb.
  33. A New Study Says Heavy Drinking Has Become a ‘Public Health Crisis’Rates of alcohol abuse are on the rise, especially for women, minorities, and the elderly.
  34. Three Healthy Behaviors Linked With a Longer LifeA new, complicated study on lifestyle and longevity.
  35. grub guides
    6 Bottles of Sparkling Wine for Summer BoozingAs recommended by the owner of New York’s latest Champagne boîte.
  36. advice
    Ask Polly: I Tried to Tell My Friend She’s a Bad Drunk!Opening your mouth is complicated. That’s why most people don’t do it.
  37. about time
    The Hazy Science of Day DrinkingDo our bodies know the difference between day drinking and night drinking?
  38. fundraisers
    Sunny’s Will Close This Summer If It Doesn’t Raise $50,000The bar’s owner is trying to buy the building from the rest of the family.
  39. shaken or stirred
    Pre-Batched Martinis Are Surprisingly Controversial — and Vastly Superior“There’s something really intense about it.”
  40. Revisiting Larry Miller’s Classic Bit ‘The Five Levels of Drinking’How could anybody have anything new to say about the near-universal human experience of getting drunk and acting stupid? Larry Miller found a way.
  41. advice
    Ask Polly: I Overshared My Way Out of a Boyfriend!Your oversharing is an insecure, impulsive attempt to fix everything.
  42. history
    Maybe Booze Catalyzed Human CultureBecause what’s a feast without a couple beverages?
  43. public health
    Here’s a Simple Way to Reduce Drunk-Driving DeathsThorough is good.
  44. This Is What Happens to Your Brain When You Get DrunkAdmit it, you’ve always wanted to know.
  45. College Students Basically Have Cruise Control for Getting DrunkBoozy, yet stable.
  46. news you can booze
    Alcohol’s Health Benefits May Be ‘Grossly Oversold’ by Industry-Funded ResearchExperts claim that argument “has really fallen apart in the last couple years.”
  47. coming eventually
    One of the World’s Top Craft Brewers Will Open a Brewery and Taproom in New YorkEvil Twin will operate a 4,000-square-foot space for drinking, plus brew “one-off batches” and special bottle releases.
  48. Bill Murray Bartends; You Pretend You’re ThereIn the immortal words of Jean-Paul Sartre: Bottoms up.
  49. How Drunk You Think You Are Depends on How Wasted Your Friends AreHierarchy, in effect.
  50. it's about time
    Connecticut Commuters Rejoice: Bar Cars Are Coming BackAlcohol will return to the MTA’s New Haven line in 2018.
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