After a five-year hiatus, the bunkerlike lounge beneath Andre Balazs's Mercer Hotel is back in business and swankier than ever. After you locate the unassuming...more
Depending on whom you talk to, this low-slung party spot on the eastern shore of Fort Pond spelled either the end of Montauk or a new beginning when it opened...more
Terroir eschews wine-snob culture, while welcoming genuine wine fanatics with open arms. It does come with credentials: Co-owner Paul Grieco used to oversee the...more
Slap a bar on the eighteenth floor of New York's new High Linestraddling skyscraper hotel the Standard, add floor-to-ceiling windows, doormen from the...more
When Chinatown's beloved Swedish bar/restaurant Good World closed in 2008, the city's arty-Scandinavian crowd was bereft. But not for long. In early 2009, the...more
When this venerable music venue's former incarnation, Northsix, opened in 2001, it heralded an explosive new era of grassroots indie rock in Brooklyn, drawing...more
This traditional, unpretentious biergarten, located on Avenue C in the East Village, fits comfortably between the neighborhood's grungy past and increasingly...more
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