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On Saturday at XL Cabaret, Alan Cumming graced a New York stage once again, performing an evening of musical entertainment in support of the International Gay and Lesbian Human Rights Commission (IGLHRC), which works to promote LGBT rights worldwide. The host was accompanied by Emmy Award winner Lance Horne on piano, and Julliard-trained cellist Meta Weiss. More»
The Elsinore is now the Bantam and Noel Ashman's role in the nightclub is unclear, Mahesh Patel bought a bottle of whisky for $94,000 at the Glenfiddich auction, Rao's is auctioning off a table for 4 with the current bid at $1,750.00, Brass Monkey's request to expand their space was denied by the board, and so much more on today's nightlife news round up. More»
With St. Patrick's Day approaching and spring break officially under way, there's a lot to celebrate here in New York. And while the rest of the city toils under painful sobriety during 9 to 5, there's no reason for you to wait for happy hour to get this party started. Here's a list of NYC's best bars for day drinking. More»
If you're sick of the skyscrapers (and the sky-high prices) of Manhattan, you're in luck: there are a ton of fun and cheap happy hours just an L train ride away. Williamsburg is home to some of the best happy hours in Brooklyn, and here's a look at some of the best places for outer-borough drinking. More»
We've written about the best happy hours below 14th Street and the best happy hours in Midtown, and though Chinatown may be more well-known for dim-sum than it is for after-work drinks, we're determined not to leave any happy hour undiscovered. So if you find yourself below Canal street, we've got you covered. Here's some of the best happy hours in Chinatown. More»
Loving brunch is as much a part of being a New Yorker as owning a MetroCard, or hating taxi TVs. While everyone loves eggs drenched in hollandaise sauce and French toast, for New Yorkers, the real highlights of this meal are the bottomless glasses of Mimosas and Bloody Mary's. If you dream of drunken Saturday and Sunday mornings, here's a boozy brunch spot for every type of drinker. More»
If you're spending 8 or more hours a day right outside of Times Square, chances are that by the time you leave work, you'll need a drink. The Midtown after-work crowd may be more suited-up than all of us who work downtown, but no matter where you work, everyone's looking for the same thing: a strong cocktail. If downtown isn't your scene (or if you've already tried all the happy hours down here), here are some of the best happy hours in Midtown. More»
After two years of development, finally a new LES spot will be combining the two things it is most known for -- bodegas and bars. The new speakeasy, Bodega, set to open this spring, is attempting to give every young Lower East Sider exactly what they crave: cheap groceries, 40 oz. beer, cigarettes, and DJs. The spot will be opening up in the former beloved Darkroom space, but with a completely different vibe.
Since being the general manager of the City Club Hotel, to the director of operations at the Hotel On Rivington for 5 years, to his last gig running the Capri and Nobu in Southampton, James Woods has his fair share of F&B experience. But now as a principle at No Fun on Ludlow, and his latest developing project Bodega, he's showing NYC what he's really got up his sleeve. Check out what he had to say about opening his new spot in the LES... More»
Spring is finally upon us! When we heard that it's going to be in the mid-60's tomorrow, the first thing we thought was, OMG let's drink outside. While it may still be too early for espadrilles and white jeans, tables popping up on the sidewalks is a strong sign that spring is on the way. Here are some of the best places that will have their rooftops, gardens, and patios ready for tomorrow's warm weather. More»
Wednesday, May 22
We sat down with Anne Pasternak for a few questions about Creative Time's past and future, as well as the importance of having an awareness about public art in the city.