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Long Island City »

Patrons who visit all three neighborhood breweries can enter a raffle to win prizes.

Port Morris »

Gov. Andrew Cuomo is proposing eliminating the 'tasting tax' in his upcoming budget.

East Williamsburg »

Each bottle of the rare beer could cost up to $20, the bar's owner said. 

Financial District »

Lot 77 opened recently at Southbridge Towers, serving pastries inspired by French and Japanese desserts.

Astoria »

Astoria Coffee and the Astoria Bookshop are teaming up to host the Drunk Vocab Bee on Saturday.

Financial District »

We asked beer experts how to put together a crowd-pleasing pack of brews from your local store.

Greenwich Village »

Residents lined up for groceries, batteries and beer to prepare for the oncoming storm.

Prospect Heights »

The Washington Avenue grilled cheese spot hopes to add alcohol to its menu after opening this fall.

Long Island City »

Beer Closet lets customers customize their six packs from a selection of 200 different brews.

Cobble Hill »

The Cobble Hill beer distributor will close its doors at the end of the year, an employee said.

Carroll Gardens »

Raaka Chocolate and Other Half Brewing Company are offering chocolate and beer pairings next week.

Mariners Harbor »

The Staten Island Beer Company will debut its new brew this weekend at Bootleg Mannings.

Prospect-Lefferts Gardens »

The owner of Little Buttercup hopes to open the dessert-and-drinks spot early next year, she said.


The kiosk is called The Lighthouse and serves beer, wine and snacks.

Columbus Circle »

New Yorkers sounded off about why they love autumn in the Big Apple.