The waterfront city offers nightlife destinations for every taste, from ladies who are looking to mingle with friends over cocktails, to relaxed sports bars, to lounges with a view of the Hudson and NYC skyline.
If you’re into wine: whether it’s white, red, Rose or a blend, these NYC wine bars are sure to have something for everyone.
The once-gritty Lower East Side is known for its rock clubs, dive bars and hipsters, but there’s a sophisticated side to the ‘hood as well.
For many, the best way to learn about wine is to taste different types side by side. This allows you to explore nuances and characteristics that make each wine unique.
The world of wine can seem overwhelming and intimidating. New York, however, is filled with experts in the field who are ready to share their knowledge.
A new, fashionable pop-up boutique is scheduled to hit Chelsea on Friday.
Tasting flights are one of those things that separate the amateur booze guzzler from the refined imbiber. Here are the best 5 bars for tasting flights in NYC.
Milk and cookies, coffee and doughnuts, beer and pretzels–some things just seem to be made for each other. Here are the best bars in NYC to pair wine and cheese, the perfect combination for just about any social encounter.
New Jersey wine-drinkers can start getting their merlot and pinot grigio sent to their homes.
Prosecco, the dry Italian sparkling wine that evokes long evenings spent lounging at an outdoor cafe in Venice, can and should be enjoyed during these short winter evenings.
Women have been told that limiting alcohol could lower their risk of breast cancer. But now, new research shows that drinking red wine in moderation may actually help lower a woman’s chances of the disease.
Turkey, cornbread or stuffing? Choose your favorites from this array of classic Thanksgiving foods.
Celebrity restaurateur Liza Utter, the force behind Los Angeles hot spots La Cachette and The Beach House, has firsthand experience playing hostess to high end clientele.
Police say five homes in Roslyn, Long Island had to be evacuated after 30-year-old Nicole Lopez crashed into a fuel tanker on Monday.
The economy may be in dire straights, but there is one industry in New York that is growing by leaps and bounds.