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Midtown »

What Happened in New York This Week: 8 Stories You Need to Read

Here are eight stories you may have missed in New York this week.

Bushwick »

Breast-Themed Bar Agrees to Cover Up Racy Sign During the Day

Local officials asked Boobie Trap to hide its "f--k off" neon sign due to its location near schools.

Forest Hills »

6 New Restaurants and Bars for You to Try

A celebrity chef-led restaurant and a bagel cafe with more than 30 flavors of cream cheese have opened.

Flatiron »

Cafe Serving Dozens of Belgian Beers Opening in Flatiron

Belgian Beer Café will launch at 220 Fifth Ave., overlooking Madison Square Park, at the end of August.

Lower East Side »

First Look Inside Max Fish's New Bar, Opening This Weekend

The new Max Fish features several relics from the old location, including a cigarette-shaped light.

Financial District »

Taste 'New Money' and 'Old Money' Cocktails at FiDi Bar

Cedar Local, which recently opened at 25 Cedar St., specializes in classic and original cocktails.

Upper West Side »

Ding Dong Lounge Closing After 13 Years on Columbus Avenue

Owners of the 13-year-old dive bar, closing on July 31, said they are looking for a new location.

Crown Heights »

Brooklyn Gay Bar That Opened in 1962 Highlighted in Documentary

The Starlite Lounge closed in 2010 after its building's landlord sold the space.

Hell's Kitchen & Clinton »

Eat Waffle Sliders and Drink Belgian Beer at This New Hell's Kitchen Bar

The Jolly Monk serves waffles, waffle sliders and 24 beers on tap. 

Prospect Heights »

First-Ever Prospect Heights Music Festival Coming to a Bar Near You

Organizers said they want Prospect Heights to be viewed as a destination neighborhood.

Bed-Stuy »

Bar Owners Expand to Bed-Stuy After Prospect Heights Rejection

The owners of Uncle Barry's in Park Slope will open Moot Bar in Bed-Stuy.

DUMBO »

ReBar Owner Banned for Life From Restaurant Industry for Ruining Weddings

The amount Jason Stevens owes could grow to $1.8 million for 150 couples, sources said.

Flatiron »

Speakeasy Hidden Behind Confessional Opening at Limelight

A speakeasy and restaurant are opening in a former rectory that's now part of Limelight Marketplace.

Boerum Hill »

French-American Eatery White Oak Replaces Apartment 138 on Smith Street

The new restaurant opened last month at 138 Smith St. in Boerum Hill.

East Village »

Barcade Opening on St. Mark's Place by End of Summer, Owners Say

The bar's owners agreed to serve just beer and wine after hearing concerns from the community.

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