Happy Hangover! If your vitamins and minerals are a tad on the depleted side after a New Year’s celebration, these cocktails may cure what ails you.
We sipped some fabulous beverages in 2012 (alcoholic and non-alcoholic alike). Some of these drinks listed were invented in New York City, while others were just popularized here. All, however, are worth a try, especially at an equally iconic bar, restaurant, or, yes, soda fountain.
The temperatures out there say winter has arrived, and so do cocktail lists across the city. So slip on your mittens, don your best pair of earmuffs, and head on over to these spots serving up winter’s hottest cocktail ingredient: Cider.
Need to check some names off your shopping list? Use this handy guide to NYC’s top liquor stores to find the perfect wine, spirits and beer for the imbibers on your list, and spread the holiday cheer.
The Brooklyn Nets and the New York Knicks are set to play the first battle of the boroughs at the Barclays Center on Monday. If you’re lucky enough to be attending, here are five top picks nearby for food and drinks.
Brooklyn’s developing neighborhoods offers fresh scenery, a new crowd to mingle with, and, often, cheaper drinks. Here’s a look at the best bars in Clinton-Stuy-Wick.
The CMJ Music Marathon is in town this week, filling NYC music venues with attention-hungry bands, college radio DJs and record industry scouts. Here are the best bars to find under-the-radar musicians in the Big Apple.
If you’re looking to do a cocktail crawl, the East Village is the place to be, although it may be more enjoyable to spread these five stops out over a few evenings.
Sherry, often considered a cooking ingredient or a dessert wine fit for grandmas, is making a resurgence as a velvety cocktail ingredient that pairs especially well with fall flavors. Try one of these 5 bars for a sherry cocktail this season.
Mama told you not to talk to strangers, but in this era of online dating, more and more people are willing to risk some awkwardness for a chance at a love connection. Here are some of the best spots in NYC to weed the frogs from the princes (and princesses).
Made from a mash of fermented rye grain, rye whiskey has a more aggressive flavor than the sweeter bourbon and is traditionally used in classic cocktails such as the Sazerac and the Manhattan.
If you are looking for a casual place to break the ice for a business meeting or networking session, you’ll want to pick a bar that isn’t too dark, noisy, or crowded. Here are some New York City watering holes that fit the bill for schmoozing.
Check out Chelsea for a glimpse of glamour as you sneak into secret dens for expertly crafted cocktails.
Appletinis are so passe–put down the candy-colored drink and pick up one of these refreshing apple cocktails for a taste of fall.
These bars will introduce you to New York nightlife beyond what team is playing on the big screen.