The new spot, called Bed-Vyne Brew, will feature 10 taps for growlers and pints.
Hurricane Sandy caused over $150,000 in damage to the store's wine and liquor inventory.
Pierre Loti wine bar, which has three Manhattan locations, is opening its first Brooklyn outpost.
Nine out of 10 of the victims have been young Asian men, a high-ranking police official said.
A new class at Terroir wine bar aims to take the stuffiness out of wine.
A new Sweetleaf location has its grand opening on Monday, and will serve alcohol and coffee.
Honor Wines, which opened in November, focuses on selling organic wines from small vineyards.
Upper East Side Novelist Linda Olle mixes memoir and recipe-making in her new book, "Parsley Does Thyme."
Molasses Books is celebrating its new liquor license with a party this weekend.
Don't stumble around the wine store, go armed with our roundup of the best bottles for the holidays.
Frogger, Donkey Kong and Spy Hunter are some of the video games at Two-Bit's.
Amy Bennett, owner of the Greene Grape, plans her latest food endeavor.
The new Greenpoint cafe has applied for a liquor license.
DeKalb Market celebrates its last hurrah with a good-bye party filled with food, music and fun.
The two-day "Wine Riot" event kicks off at the Lexington Avenue Armony.
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