Make your way uptown to the newly opened Angel of Harlem and enjoy Caribbean and Latin cuisine, cocktails, and entertainment.
The tennis tournament of the year is just a few weeks away! If you don’t feel like buying tickets to the US Open, here are five places that will be showing matches and celebrating the tournament with drink and food specials in NYC.
Foodies unite! We’ve narrowed down the best happy hours across the city that are serving up some serious grub.
From cheesy rice cake specialties to spare ribs that have been marinated for 48 hours, these five restaurants are serving some of the best Korean BBQ in the city.
Looking for something fun to do other than the usual dinner date? Make a reservation at the newly opened SUSHI ROXX and you won’t be disappointed.
What better way to escape the bustle of New York City than to rise above it? These Brooklyn rooftop bars offer cold drinks, stellar NYC views and a welcome breath of fresh air.
Here are five places that are serving up equally as excellent culinary experiences that will make you want to book a staycation this summer and beyond.
Whether you drink Patron, Jose Cuervo, or whatever tequila is behind the bar, it’s time to celebrate National Tequila Day!
Micaela Piccolo from Distilled New York and Mark McKelvey from The Flute stopped by the CBS2 studios to give a sample of the cocktails they’ll be mixing up for NYC Cocktail Week.
Stop into one of these restaurants in Herald Square and get the sustenance you need to hit the shops.
Whether you’re watching fireworks or enjoying a drink on the highest rooftop in the city, here are five Fourth of July parties that are worth attending.
So without further ado, let us introduce you to NYC Cocktail Week, the newest and coolest event to hit the city in forever, and the only one that lets you enjoy 5 days of $4 deals at all of your favorite bars and restaurants throughout Manhattan.
Whether you like them shaken or stirred, martinis have stood the test of time as a classic cocktail. Check out these New York City martini bars for the best versions of the cocktail in the big apple.
A craft beer bar and bourbon den hides behind a coffee shop in the East Village, creating a laid-back hangout where you can enjoy croissants from Balthazar, free WiFi and local brews from across New York State.
Summer officially begins this weekend so let’s celebrate with some refreshing cocktails that only this warm season can bring. Here are some of our favorite drinks that are hitting the scene in NYC.