Le Pif, which also has a location uptown, will stock around 100 French wines.
Lot 77 opened recently at Southbridge Towers, serving pastries inspired by French and Japanese desserts.
Astoria Coffee and the Astoria Bookshop are teaming up to host the Drunk Vocab Bee on Saturday.
"Painting with a Twist" is opening its first New York City location in Brooklyn.
The store will offer discounts on a selection of its wine as it prepares to close.
The Water Street greenmarket at Coenties Slip will return on Thursdays from July 2 to Nov. 19, 2015.
The Washington Avenue grilled cheese spot hopes to add alcohol to its menu after opening this fall.
The popular Williamsburg winery hopes to open a new spot on Franklin Avenue in late summer.
BLVD offers four wines on tap and 40 different wines by the glass and bottle.
A bottle of 1982 Petrus wine was stolen from Tribeca Wine Merchants, police said.
Branch Ofc. is co-owned by a veteran of local beer hall Franklin Park and Clinton Hill spot Hanson Dry.
NESH Mind Body Soul is among several newly opened businesses in the neighborhood.
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.
The owner of Henry's Wine and Spirit has opened the Sunrise/Sunset cafe on Evergreen Avenue.
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