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Yorkville »

The tasting rooms are expected to open at 321 E. 75th St. and 1705 First Ave.

Prospect-Lefferts Gardens »

Fro-Yo is out, caviar is in; Queens Boulevard gets its own brew; Gentrification and Windsor Terrace.

Ridgewood »

The new brew's tag line will be "10 Lanes of Hops."

Midtown East »

The Starbucks at Third Avenue and 53rd Street is hoping to get a license to serve beer and wine. 

Williamsburg »

The Williamsburg brewery partnered with a company to sell the home-brewing kits.

Upper East Side »

The clothing store is planning to open a cafe on its third floor with food, coffee and booze.

Upper East Side »

Starbucks still needs final approval from the State Liquor Authority.

Upper East Side »

The coffee chain will appear before CB8 for to ask for its blessing for the new beer and wine licenses.

Chelsea »

World of Beer opened on Monday and offers a selection of 50 beers on tap and 500 in bottles. 

Downtown Brooklyn »

The beer hall will seat more than 300 people.

Williamsbridge »

The company plans to start canning its brews beginning early October, according to a managing partner.

Williamsburg »

After 4 p.m., the North Seventh Street outpost will serve beer, wine and small plates.

Long Island City »

Neighborhood breweries will be giving away prizes to those who visit all four spots from Aug. 14-23.

SoHo »

It took five tries, but Once Upon a Tart got the OK from Community Board 2 for its application.