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Clinton Hill »

Cocktails are named after German philosophers, writers and artists like the Dietrich and the Nietzsche.

Greenwich Village »

Bruno Bakery left the Village for Staten Island after 41 years, reportedly pushed out by rising rent.

East Village »

The Honey Fitz could end up in the former Hop Devil Grill and Nino's Pizza sites.

Midtown »

Hunkering inside for the blizzard looking for something to do? Go out and play with the snow. 

Lower East Side »

Snowstorm or not, there are plenty of things to keep you occupied this weekend.

Prospect Heights »

The Sixth Avenue bar will be located around the corner from the mini-chain's Flatbush Avenue cafe.

Long Island City »

Astoria Distilling Company opened Proof + Gauge on the first floor of the Falchi building.

Upper East Side »

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

Lower East Side »

A themed bar is serving a bargain cocktail every Tuesday as part of a happy hour.

Midtown »

Aunt loses lawsuit against nephew; Rihanna on life and everything; No one in NYC recognizes Chris Pratt.

East Williamsburg »

The new spots join a host of other venues that opened nearby this summer.

Midtown »

The station will turn into "Grand Zentral" with six free yoga classes on Sept. 29.

Long Island City »

The spirits company, which starting selling its gin last year, will open a site in the Falchi Building.

Sunnyside »

Behind the Wood, a beverage consulting company, will be taking over the bar at Venturo on weekends.

Long Island City »

The new club, The Standing Room, will continue to offer comedy with an emphasis on the bar's cocktails.