Lawmakers have signaled they’re open to a multi-year extension of to-go drinks at restaurants.
Gov. Kathy Hochul has called it “the most popular item” in her budget, but lawmakers aren’t on board.
The Mayor supports bringing back the popular cocktails-to-go program, but it's not that easy to bring it back at this point. Here's what needs to happen.
Miracles have popped up all over town.
From the owners of The Up & Up on MacDougal Street, comes a new cocktail lounge in Kips Bay.
With fall, you'll find plenty of brown liquors, apple flavors, spices and other such offerings, though there's not a wrong season to drink any of the spirits.
The cocktails are so interesting the view over Central Park pales in comparison.
The bar ended a decade-long run in the East Village in 2014, reopening in Brooklyn earlier this summer.
Esther Choi continues her "crusade" to bring authentic Korean food to New York City while merging those flavors, ingredients and techniques with American pub grub.
R.I.P. Martini Glass.
Walter White-inspired cocktail bar pop-up ABQ will roll an RV into the city this summer for an interactive cocktail mixing experience.
Vertigo sufferers can avoid that section altogether, though a representative for the bar explained that the "glass was thicker than the concrete."
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