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Greenwich Village »

Drink a 'Bill Murray' Cocktail at This Greenwich Village Bar

Sweetwater Social is serving a scotch, bourbon and rum concoction inspired by actor Bill Murray.

Midtown South »

Burglar Caught Stealing Laptops, Booze and Cash from Offices, NYPD Says

Darnell Lawson, 50, broke into offices in Flatiron, Midtown and Chelsea, police said.

Clinton Hill »

Former Downtown Bar & Grill Bartender Opens Pub in Clinton Hill

Abdo Najem decided to open his own spot when Downtown Bar & Grill closed to make way for Rag & Bone.

West Village »

American Pub Aims to Make Village Locals Feel at Home

Chapter One on Greenwich Avenue aims to be an "upscale classic American pub," the owner said.

Nolita »

Hidden Speakeasy Pops Up Behind Nolita Bar

Project 1919 is a short-term pop-up speakeasy behind Mulberry Project in Nolita.

Red Hook »

Shop Red Hook: Bourbon, Cheese Board, Coffee Scrub

Shop in Red Hook for the holidays with locally sourced products.

Flatiron »

Flatiron Room Offers $1,400 Rare Whiskey Tasting

The Flatiron Room is offering a $1400 tasting featuring some of the world's rarest whiskeys.

Chelsea »

Beer, Bourbon and Barbecue Festival Returns to Chelsea

The celebration of all things Southern comes back on Jan. 26.

Chelsea »

Beer, Bourbon and Burger Fest Brings Booze and Beef to Chelsea

The chefs at 5 Napkin Burger are hosting a night of burgers and booze on Nov. 8.

Red Hook »

Cacao Prieto Rolls Out Latest 'Widow Jane' Bourbon

Red Hook's maker of chocolate liquors and desserts celebrates with a block party next month.

Red Hook »

Red Hook Rum Harkens to Borough's Waterfront History

A new distillery in Red Hook is crafting artisanal rum, rye, whiskey and grappa.

New York City »

Alcoholic Popsicles Offer Heat Relief for Grown-Ups

From boozy milkshakes to beer "hopsicles," frozen alcohol is being served across the city.

East Village & Lower East Side »

East Village Braces for New Mardi Gras-Inspired Bar

The kitschy Avenue B nightspot is defending itself from early criticisms while preparing to open.

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