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Date night has become something of a sport amongst the saavy New York set. With over 4,200 restaurants to choose from in the city, each location is a culinary adventure just on the horizon or the chance to maybe, just maybe finally find that one special “place” for you and your date. Here are the top restaurants that piqued our interests and are worth checking out this weekend.
There are many ways to spend Valentine's Day with your better half, but sticking with the classic dinner date is the failsafe option. With an abundance of restaurants in New York, you'll want to choose the best one to start the night off right. Reservations are sure to book up fast, so click through our slideshow for 19 restaurants to celebrate with that special someone next week.
Ken & Cook, the popular Lower East Side restaurant on Kenmare Street, has been in business for quite some time now. Since opening last Spring, the trendy brasserie has developed a cult-like following with NYC's in-crowd, and the buzz around the restaurant shows no signs of slowing down anytime soon. Owner Artan Gjoni has some really big plans, especially for Fashion Week, for Ken & Cook and his ‘hush, hush’ nightclub, Lil Charlie’s. Click through for the exclusive interview with the man behind the hot spot!
Stage 48 and Z Bar Restaurant & Sky-Lounge are opening in Hell's Kitchen, Alain Ducasse's New York restaurant Adour will be closing on November 17th, Karim Amatullah has left Ken & Cook and Lil Charlie's, and much more in today's nightlife news round up! More»
The Beatrice Inn is set to reopen this weekend, Super Linda will open an in-house tacqueria later this week, Lindsay Lohan may be moving from LA to NYC, and more in today's nightlife news round up! More»
Before a great night out at one of New York's hotspots, a good dinner is in order. Except, no girl wants to walk more than she has to while wearing those 5 inch heels needed to get past the ropes. Club owners have noticed this as a major downside of going out in New York which is why more and more venues have recently been teaming up with top chefs to create a dining option right next door to their club. Some clubs even let you order food from the restaurant to your table at the club making certain their venues are a one stop shop. With that in mind, we give you some of the top places in the city to dine and dance. More»
Guests take a sneak-peak into Lil' Charlie's at Ken & Cook, Edward Scott Brady throws a party to honor his seventh trip around the globe, Cobra Club offers both Yoga and cocktails, and more in today's Nightlife News Round Up! More»
Roman Grandinetti isn't your average DJ. A notable fixture on the club and fashion scene as DJ Manero, Grandinetti wants to take music and sound where it hasn't gone before.
Rather than simply playing music for a crowd, he wants music to be a part of every day life and art. With Sound Graffiti, a concept he invented involving small sound bites made by notable cultural influencers of all kinds (think Yoko Ono, Pharrell Williams, Serge Becker) scattered throughout NYC (like visual graffiti), and his recent showing of CNNCTD+100 at the New Museum, Grandinetti has a few more tricks up his sleeve this summer. Find out what gives this guy his spark, and what else he plans to do in the next couple of months here... [All photos via Bibi Cornejo Borthwick]
Lil Charlie's is postponing their official opening, Sasha Petraske had a soft opening last night for his new cocktail bar, Middle Branch, the Collective Group will be hosting a day party every Saturday at XVI, and so much more in this weeks Nightlife News Round Up! More»
The Surf Lodge is officially sold, New Yorkers may see a rise in beer prices soon, LDV buys Bungalow 8 and plans to relaunch it as a gastropub, L'il Charlie's (formerly the XIX space) is said to be opening in 2 weeks, and so much more in today's Nightlife News Round Up. 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.