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Bed-Stuy »

The Pantry, owned by Ben Grossman and Craig Samuel, is shifting its focus to barbecue.

Park Slope »

As temperatures drop and the leaves change, enjoy a pick from our list of great fall beers.

Bed-Stuy »

The Franklin Avenue shop Natural Juice sells a small juice for only $3.

Bed-Stuy »

The first annual Oktoberfest on Oct. 19 is the first of its kind in the neighborhood, organizers say.

Williamsburg »

The Blind Barber's owners adjusted their application to serve only beer and wine to appease locals.

Cobble Hill »

By Brooklyn will serve beer, bratwurst and dog treats in their Smith Street backyard, Oct. 12.

Long Island City »

Queens eateries Alewife NYC and Katch in Astoria will host beer-centric dinners and events this week.

Randall's Island »

The inaugural New York Beer Festival takes place on Saturday from noon to 4 p.m. 

Long Island City »

Long Island City's Alewife NYC is one of just 46 places worldwide where Zwanze beer will be served.

Lincoln Square »

Fashion Week sponsors Beck's Sapphire and Sweet N' Low made sure fashionistas kept their buzz.

Flatiron »

Num Pang in Flatiron has added beer, wine, seasonal cocktails and bar snacks to its menu.

Chelsea »

The bazaar will offer all-you-can-eat specialty food and an open bar for $36 on Saturday.

Long Island City »

Queens beer hall Alewife NYC is planning to break into the brewing business soon.

Chelsea »

The Hammer and Claws festival returns to Chelsea for a third year in September.