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West Village »

The series finale of the AMC drama will be this Sunday, May 17.

Flatiron »

Belgian Beer Café will launch at 220 Fifth Ave., overlooking Madison Square Park, at the end of August.

Clinton Hill »

Menus at Los Pollitos III distinguish between drinks "For Ladies," "For Men," and "For Everybody."

Upper East Side »

The Second Avenue bar is the newest addition to a small but growing cocktail scene in the neighborhood.

Red Hook »

The market will celebrate the neighborhood for the next three weekends.

Forest Hills »

Locals will find a variety of events to choose from to celebrate the new year.

Williamsburg »

These neighborhood watering holes offer specials to celebrate the world of Walter White on Sunday.

Hell's Kitchen & Clinton »

The city predicts businesses will lose out on $20 million in revenue because Fleet Week was canceled.

Brooklyn Heights »

The Slurring Bee Tournament at Last Exit is a spelling bee for adults with a little alchohol mixed in.

Bed-Stuy »

Calvin Clark received support from Brooklyn's Community Board 3 to get a liquor license for Bedford Hall.

New York City »

There are spots citywide to stick your feet in the sand and sip a cocktail out of a coconut shell.

Midtown »

Campbell Apartment's Centennial Punch is made with gin, fruit juice and port.

DUMBO »

Are cookies better crispy or chewy? Should breakfast be sweet or savory? Is ice cream better than gelato?

Williamsburg »

The movie-and-booze center is offering 1980s school flicks throughout September.

Midtown »

The Firecracker Cocktail will be available at several Midtown bars in honor of Independence Day.