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Nightlife

  1. closings
    Good-bye to B-Side, a Necessary Waypoint for DegeneratesRegulars took their last drinks just before 8 p.m. on Monday.
  2. coronavirus
    Nightlife Is Officially Shutting DownAs coronavirus spreads, cities and states around the country are placing limits on restaurant, bar, and club activity.
  3. openings
    The Acclaimed Bar Goto Expands to Brooklyn This WeekBar Goto Niban opens in Park Slope on Thursday.
  4. nightlife
    Kava, and a Cast of Classic New YorkersFor many kava lovers, it’s the community — not just the Pacific Islands elixir — that keeps them coming back.
  5. openings
    An Owner of the Farm on Adderley Expands With a New Ditmas Park BarThe Rusty Nail starts serving food today, with drinks to come.
  6. making a statement
    Frank Ocean Defends His Exclusive Inclusive Queer Party“Pshhh bitch pls come get a drink next time.”
  7. nightlife
    No One Is Cool Enough for Frank Ocean’s New Queer Club Night, PrEP+PrEP+ fantasizes about what the club scene of the ’80s could’ve been like if the HIV-prevention drug had existed.
  8. health insurance
    Inside the Bar Industry’s Health-Care Crisis“I went to the emergency room — first time I’ve been to the doctor in 20 years.”
  9. grub guides
    Where to Drink Vintage Spirits in New YorkMid-century Campari, actual pre-Prohibition rye, ghost whiskey, and lots more.
  10. music
    Inside Brooklyn’s Newest Day-to-Night Vegan Music VenuePublic Records is a sort of postindustrial student union for postcollegiate adults looking for a way to spend their days.
  11. openings
    Can a Famous Actor and 3 Nightlife Experts Really Open a New Dive Bar?At Ray’s, the only thing missing is a decade or two of bad housekeeping.
  12. grub guides
    40 Ideas for an Adult Birthday PartyA handy list of less-obvious options, from an open bar at a greasy spoon diner to natural wine on the Rockaway boardwalk.
  13. openings
    A New Brooklyn Bar Is Dedicated to California WinesAt Coast and Valley, every Pinot noir and sauvignon blanc comes from the Golden State.
  14. bars
    A Sober Person Walks Into a Nonalcoholic Bar …I used to love bars until I gave up drinking. Can a new, zero-proof bar rekindle some of the fun?
  15. reopenings
    The Cabin Was the Best Secret Bar of 2009 — Now It’s Back“Best thing about Cabin is you never talk about Cabin.”
  16. gallery
    Chatting With the Singers at the Reopened Winnie’sThe karaoke dive is back in a new space on East Broadway with shiny red booths, a retro-looking mic, and an updated computerized karaoke system.
  17. openings
    This Red Hook Tavern Is Part Americana, Part CantinaIt’s like a roadhouse with tacos from former Mettā chef Norberto Piattoni.
  18. closings
    Good-bye to the Best Trivia Night in New YorkA legendary quiz — and a way of life — disappears forever.
  19. best of new york 2019
    The Best of New York Fun and Nightlife 2019Unpasteurized sake, puppet-making, and rooftop soccer.
  20. openings
    Blue Ribbon’s New Times Square Lounge Looks Appropriately Bonkers“Wherever there’s an opportunity to create a cool new experience for people, I’m 100 percent all for doing that.”
  21. closings
    Good-bye to Sidewalk Cafe, a Horrible Place That New York Will Miss DearlyIt was a café where weirdos and dreamers could try to make a piece of this city their own.
  22. closings
    Greenpoint Favorite Enid’s Will CloseThe bar’s last night will be March 31
  23. another round?
    What Dry January Is Like for Bartenders“There are definitely Monday nights or Tuesday nights where it’s dead, like, dead-dead.”
  24. openings
    A New Midtown Bar Pairs Stiff Drinks With Killer ViewsLike drinking in a penthouse.
  25. closings
    Trailblazing Cocktail Bar Flatiron Lounge Will CloseJulie Reiner’s destination bar ushered in New York mixology’s golden age.
  26. tips
    The Red Sox Left a $195K Tip After a World Series PartyAt least Boston’s baseball team takes care of its servers.
  27. art
    The Best Lesbian Awards Show Extravaganza in New York City, PeriodA family affair commemorating thottiness, carrying, and community leadership.
  28. best of new york
    The Absolute Best Rooftop Bars in New YorkWhen you need a well-made drink with a breathtaking view to match.
  29. coming soon
    The Team Behind Long Island Bar Is Opening a New Bar in BrooklynExpect a focused menu in a surprising location.
  30. openings
    The Stoney Negroni Is About to Be Your New Favorite CBD CocktailA new Astoria bar serves a number of drinks made with the ingredient.
  31. drinks
    What to Drink at the City’s New Wave of Japanese-Inspired BarsThey’re a little Tokyo, a little New York, and a tribute to Japan’s elevation of an American art form.
  32. openings
    A New Japanese Bar Pairs Highballs With Fried-Mortadella ‘Sandos’There’s some real talent behind Katana Kitten.
  33. crime scenes
    One of the Country’s Most Acclaimed Bartenders Was Accused of Sexual AssaultAdam Seger was booked on one count of third-degree rape.
  34. nightlife
    Mayor’s Office Announces Nightlife Advisory BoardThe 14-member board, which includes rapper Kurtis Blow and LGBTQ activist Marti Gould Cummings, will work with nightlife mayor Ariel Palitz.
  35. today in booze
    The Unloved Highball Gets a Star Turn on Cocktail MenusThe bubbly, “such a not-drank” cocktail is getting overdue attention.
  36. openings
    The Team Behind Donna Transports Its Tropical Inclinations to JapanAt the Hidden Pearl, the gin-and-tonics is made with yuzu sake.
  37. cocktails
    One Very Old Ingredient Makes Cocktails That Taste Very New“Imagine drinking Coca-Cola your whole childhood and not trying Pepsi until you’re 25 or 30. That’s Patxaran.”
  38. openings
    One of NYC’s Best Bartenders Combines Cocktails and Tea at Blue QuarterIt’s all about “precious little tricks for the mind and senses.”
  39. the urbanist: san juan
    From Tito to Trap: Inside San Juan’s Music and Dance ScenePuerto Rico’s biggest export is its music. Here’s where the locals go for live shows and euphoric rug-cutting.
  40. the urbanist: san juan
    From Tito to Trap: Inside San Juan’s Music and Dance ScenePuerto Rico’s biggest export is its music. Here’s where the locals go for live shows and euphoric rug-cutting.
  41. nightlife
    Is This the Person Who Can Finally Solve New York Nightlife?Grabbing tacos with the city’s first-ever “night mayor.”
  42. the other critics
    Here’s Esquire’s List of the Best Bars in AmericaFeaturing the George Washington Bar, Brothers and Sisters, and others.
  43. openings
    Another Top-notch Rooftop Bar Opens in Brooklyn TonightFrozen drinks, barbecue, and live music in the sky.
  44. the urbanist: beijing
    Say No to Beijing’s Superclubs and Yes to Its Underground NightlifeDJs from Lantern, Aurora, and Dada make the case for the city’s smaller, hipper venues.
  45. grub guides
    13 Breezy New Cocktails to Drink Now That the Sunshine Is BackSummery creations to help ease you into Memorial Day weekend and beyond.
  46. the urbanist: bogotá
    One Night in Bogotá? This Is How You Should Spend ItEating braised cow hump, salsa dancing, and drinking in an old brothel.
  47. openings
    Broken Shaker Is the Tropical Rooftop Refuge That New York DeservesThe original, in Miami, is widely considered to be among the best bars in the country.
  48. art
    The Return of the East Village Art ScenePerformance Space New York and today’s cutting edge.
  49. grub guides
    Where to Find NYC’s Most Daring New CocktailsThe hushed reverence of neo-speakeasies has, thankfully, given way to a looser and sometimes weirder appreciation for drinks.
  50. openings
    Why Beer Geeks Are So Excited About the Massive New Brewery Inside Citi FieldMikkeller is revered by beer fans, and now there’s finally a brewery on the East Coast.
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