The owner of Little Buttercup hopes to open the dessert-and-drinks spot early next year, she said.
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Bargoers who finish the virtual "road trip" through all the state cocktails in a year earn free drinks.
Brooklyn Cares Veterinary Hospital offers free drinks to pet owners during each visit.
Menus at Los Pollitos III distinguish between drinks "For Ladies," "For Men," and "For Everybody."
Eight 7th graders were were caught drinking alcohol in an I.S. 61 classroom, a parent said.
Alcides Gonzabay was found on Riverside Drive with an open bottle of rum in his running car, police said.
Binge drinking is on the rise in New York City, the Health Department found.
It's not all almonds and kale salad for those weathering the cold at Fashion Week.
The high-end drug and alcohol rehabilitation center will target high-income New Yorkers seeking care.
CB6 is asking bars to prohibit customers from drinking outside unless they order food.
Urban Recovery House is looking to open a high-end rehab facility at 110 Beard St. in Red Hook.
The rail agencies won't let straphangers bring alcohol onto its trains Saturday afternoon through Sunday.
New Directions, a drug treatment facility, will move from Flatbush Avenue to 500 Atlantic Ave. next year.
The annual costumed bar crawl will begin in Tompkins Square Park, officials said.
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