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We know it's not cold out yet, but we're already preparing ourselves for the cold weather. Winter in this city can be brutal, so what's the best way to avoid the dreadful sidewalk slush and running up your heating bill at home? Try out these bars that promise to keep you warm until you're buzzed enough to combat frostbite and the potential icy slip. More»
Diner en Blanc, the elegant flash mob picnic that started 24 years ago in Paris, is now an annual affair growing to as large as 14,000 diners. Always set in public with a backdrop of the most legendary monuments around the world, the feast is organized through word of mouth and the secret location is disclosed at the very last moment. Let's take a look at the Diner en Blanc's that have taken place so far this summer in Paris, Berlin, Kigali, Montreal, Boston, and NYC. More»
The Meatpacking District is famous for its nightlife: pricey covers, strict doors and celebrity crowd, but what if you just want to enjoy a drink after work with some friends? Believe it or not, Meatpacking is a happy hour haven with everything from beer gardens to rooftop views. Here are some of the top spots for your happy hour fix. More»
The Jane Hotel opens up their new rooftop space overlooking the Hudson River, Entertainment Enterprises is suing Chris Brown and Drake, Louis Ceruzzi bought out his former partner of Kenmare, Morgans Hotel Group and Capital Group announce the opening of Delano Moscow, and more in today's Nightlife News Round Up! More»
[Exclusive First Photos of the Jane Rooftop]
Last summer, we brought you a list of NYC’s best rooftop bars, and now we're back for round two with a number of new skyline-sighting and cocktail-sipping spots. From the the Jane's new rooftop spot to the Wythe Hotel's The Ides, here's the low-down on the up high. Make sure to check out these sites before the sun sets on summer! More»
NYC Skateboarders are the trend setters of the underground that exists below 14th street. They rocked street wear, Freeman's haircuts, and Instagrams before everyone else did. It is true, the boys with the boards are the city's true taste makers. It only makes sense to follow them to their local spots to check out what the Lower East Side has in store. Check out our 6 favorite LES skater bars! More»
Promotional photos for Todd English's new project, Château Cherbuliez, have been released, Surfer Blood helped save the Cake Shop, Pauly D is the seventh wealthiest DJ, Neyo on the air at Avenue A Soundcheck's show on SiriusXM, the Port Authority is cracking down on construction workers boozing, and more in today's nightlife news roundup! More»
If you work uptown and are looking for a new spot for happy hour, we've got you covered! From the Upper East Side to the Upper West, you won't have to save your pennies to relax anymore. More»
Barack Obama dines at Nomad for his New York City fundraiser, Marble Cemetery doubles as an event location in East Village for Stella McCartney and Vogue, Urban Space is opening an outdoor market in the Meatpacking District this fall, and so much more in today's nightlife news round up! More»
After bringing you the low-down on the secret city beneath your feet, we're going to the bottom of your cocktail glass for some Big Apple bartending history. From the Bloody Mary to the Cosmopolitan, check out these specialty drinks first mixed in NYC. And while some of these stories' origins are a bit hazy, they all seem to have at least a dash of truth (or vodka?) in them. We'll drink to that! More»
Isola, a trattoria and crudo bar will open this summer at the Mondrian Soho, the Gansevoort Hotel summer pool party scene appears to have calmed down, Lady Gaga dines at her father's restaurant, two friends test out the dress codes of certain bars and more in today's nightlife news roundup! More»
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