Several New York City bars give regulars a chance to ditch the bar stool and get out on the field.
The unnamed bar will open in September, owners said.
Tutu's now has a baby pool from a Greenpoint toy store in its sidewalk cafe.
Merchants Hospitality has four new eateries open or in the works near the South Street Seaport.
The popular family-owned bar on Third Avenue will close its doors on June 26, the owners said.
Fourteen new bars and restaurants are opening soon in the East Village and Lower East Side.
Playland Motel will consist of summer rental rooms, three bars, two restaurants and a retail boutique.
Pioneers Bar on West 29th Street, formerly known as Comedy Bar, pays tribute to late comic icons.
BookCourt is planning to open a bar, serving wine and beer, and create an outdoor space for readers.
Jim & Andy, at 208 Court St., will open as a bar at the end of the year, organizers say.
While promoting a new documentary, "Hey Bartender," experts explain why and how cocktail trends happen.
The bar, called 4 Play Gaming, will pair booze with video games and Latin food.
A combination brewery, bar and restaurant is planned for Douglass Street and Fourth Avenue.
The 200-room boutique includes a restaurant and lounges on the ground floor and roof.
The Court Street Tavern will reopen soon under its original name "Ryan's."
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