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Inwood »

Makers of beer, liquor and wine will no longer be able to buy ads in subway stations.

Chelsea »

The 20,000-square-foot Starbucks Reserve Roastery is slated to open in 2018, a spokeswoman said.


The seasonal outpost of the eatery will reopen on March 15.

Hunts Point »

James Brown was arrested after a drug-sniffing dog alerted investigators to him.

Williamsburg »

These breweries and distilleries are offering discounts during Brooklyn's Drink Local Week.

Crown Heights »

One in three abstinent New Yorkers and one in four of the city's binge drinkers lived there in 2014. 

East Flatbush »

He was hawking the boozy beverage before police hit him with a Taser in East Flatbush, police said.

Coney Island »

It's illegal, unless you're at a block party, at a restaurant, or on your stoop (maybe).

Midtown »

The bartender was hit in th face with scalding wax at The Three Monkeys in Midtown, authorities said.

Williamsburg »

Police confiscated alcohol from The CityFox Experience at The Brooklyn Mirage at 111 Gardner Ave.

Civic Center »

The new report says denying pregnant women at the bar is a form of discrimination.

Lower East Side »

Burglars broke into Suffolk Arms, on East Houston Street, April 3 about 5 a.m., police said.

Washington Heights »

The 19-year-old woman was taken to Harlem Hospital in critical but stable condition, police said.

Fort Greene »

Chuck E. Cheese's at Atlantic Terminal wants the liquor license to appeal to millennial parents.

Upper East Side »

Copper Kettle Kitchen's signature cocktail was lovingly named "Harder, Better, Faster, Stronger."