First dates are tricky enough, so hopefully by choosing a comfortable setting, things will veer more towards casual than creepy. If your date disappoints, at least these NYC bars won’t.
We realize that cocktails aren’t exactly healthy, but there are drinks out there made with healthy ingredients that can convince us — at least for an evening — that we’re sticking to those New Year’s resolutions we made a few short months ago…
Looking for a cure from the winter doldrums? Bundle up and head out to one of these new additions to our city’s thriving bar scene. Whether you’re looking for a date spot, a shrine to wine, or a place to try a unique tipple, you’re covered.
Open every day from 5 p.m. until 2 a.m., The Shanty is a spot where one can sit back, relax, enjoy a craft cocktail (or a craft beer, no less), while gazing out at the inner workings of a real life distillery.
Whether you’re a beginner or looking for supplement from the studio, here are five spots that are sure to keep you swing dancing every night of the week.
In this, the second installment in our best beer & shot bars of NYC, you’ll find our top picks to grab a shot and a brew in Astoria, Queens. We’ve got happy hour specials, imports, domestics, infused shots, and more. See if your favorite spot made the cut.
From candy corn to caramel apples, mixologists across the city are finding ways to infuse their cocktails with spooky sweetness. Enjoy these frighteningly delicious libations as you cheers to Halloween this year in NYC.
Police throughout the Tri-State Area were warning Friday night that booze and water don’t mix.
New York City boasts some of the best pubs with eye-popping beer menus that provide any patron a taste of the world’s finest ales and lagers.
The state Court of Appeals rejected Thomas Sirico’s argument that he was too intoxicated at the time of the shooting to be held responsible.
No beach shack to retreat to? Fret not, there’s plenty of boozy, 21-plus events in New York City to help you transport to a vacation state of mind.
A community board in a bar-heavy section of midtown Manhattan may soon put restrictions on organized “pub crawls.”
Festivities at New York City bars this St. Patrick’s Day will feature green beer, shamrock decorations and of course, Irish whiskey. The following are some pubs, pub crawls and events that will have you feeling lucky this holiday.
Detective Lt. Gerard Pelkofsky says Matthew Yuhas was drinking alcohol with friends at a neighbor’s house in East Moriches. He says he fell asleep at some point and was discovered unresponsive late Sunday morning.
The alert affects Briarcliff, Sleepy Hollow, Tarrytown, Grasslands Reservation, Elmsford, Irvington, Hawthorne, Valhalla, and Thornwood.