Locals will find a variety of events to choose from to celebrate the new year.
A bar from the owners of Upper East Side favorite Off the Rails is slated to open in March.
Fort Greene's WTF Coffee Lab decided to add beer to their brewing repertoire.
Rob Kolb and Anthony Accardi will open Transmitter Brewing in the next few months.
Splash Sexy Boutique will sell coffee drinks alongside lingerie.
The 4,500-square-foot spot, called World of Beer, will offer more than 500 beers.
Brooklyn Burger and Brew Co. serves up gourmet burgers and Brooklyn beer on Ralph Avenue.
The Pantry, owned by Ben Grossman and Craig Samuel, is shifting its focus to barbecue.
As temperatures drop and the leaves change, enjoy a pick from our list of great fall beers.
The Franklin Avenue shop Natural Juice sells a small juice for only $3.
The first annual Oktoberfest on Oct. 19 is the first of its kind in the neighborhood, organizers say.
The Blind Barber's owners adjusted their application to serve only beer and wine to appease locals.
By Brooklyn will serve beer, bratwurst and dog treats in their Smith Street backyard, Oct. 12.
Queens eateries Alewife NYC and Katch in Astoria will host beer-centric dinners and events this week.
The inaugural New York Beer Festival takes place on Saturday from noon to 4 p.m.
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