NEW YORK (WLNY) — She’s the straight shooting Cuban-dynamo on the hit reality show The Real Housewives of Miami. But Ana Quincoces is also a celebrity chef who knows a thing or two about good […]
It’s time to put the finishing touches on your Super Bowl party planning — and we all know it’s not a shindig without some drinks.
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.
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 new regulation puts a 16-ounce limit on sugary drinks sold at city restaurants, movie theaters, sports venues and street carts and apply to both bottled and fountain drinks.
The mayor’s plan to put a 16-ounce limit on sugary drinks sold at city restaurants, movie theaters, sports venues and street carts has sparked debates not just in New York City, but around the country.
With Labor Day fast approaching, there’s only a little time left to enjoy the best parts of summer in the city. Start with a drink! These cocktails are our five seasonal favorites in the Big Apple.
Have you recovered from your National Tequila Day bender? Good. Because August 16 is National Rum Day.
Ditch the old school karaoke scene and partake in the live-band karaoke experience, where you become the frontman of a real rock band before a crowd of adoring fans.
Most New York City aficionados pride themselves on knowing the best hangouts, eateries and watering holes. More often than not, however, those “in-the-know” spots tend to be places everyone knows about.
We scoured these popular haunts and hidden gems for the best pianists in NYC.
For those who are looking for a little extra, the city that never sleeps holds unending promise. From the skies above the city to it’s hidden corners, you just need to know where to look.
Put on your foam-mesh trucker’s cap and dust off the monogrammed slim-fitting t-shirt, it’s time get in touch with your inner-hipster. If you’re looking for indie music, oddly named drinks, and a consistently artsy crowd, these are the bars for you.
Here are five bars where you can extend an evening after going to the theater, each with its own, unique flavor.
Bottle service is not just for the rich and famous anymore — New Yorkers with a little extra cash can afford bottle service at many hotspots in the city. Here are a few of the best bars with bottle service in New York.