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Gothamist explored the city’s alcohol-free nightlife offerings, where event planners, business owners and patrons are envisioning a more lucid nightlife experience.
Nine employees filed for an election with the NLRB to form the Brotherhood of Oddly Enough Workers union, indicating that at least one-third of them had signed on to initiate the process.
The boozy, 21-and-up venue features three mini-golf courses designed to evoke the "rolling countryside of England"
The brand new restaurant and bar is the latest concept from the Hell's Kitchen Hospitality group.
One patron said it is “one of the last places in the city where I could reliably take an out-of-town friend and con them into thinking I had the keys to a secret more fabulous New York.” A rent-hike may force a cluster of bars and restaurants out of the neighborhood.
Putting COVID tests on the menu is one of the latest ways bars and restaurants are trying woo customers back.
The governor said making to-go cocktails legal would help boost the fortunes of struggling bars and restaurants.
The new neighborhood restaurant and happening cocktail spot is from the Garret Bars team.
After suffering staggering losses during the pandemic, some restaurant and bar owners say they see a road to recovery.
Nearly $29 billion will be available for bars and restaurants nationwide under the Restaurant Revitalization Fund.