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West Village »

Left Bank restaurant's new Sunday movie screenings series offers themed food and drink pairings.

Clinton Hill »

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

West Village »

Chapter One on Greenwich Avenue aims to be an "upscale classic American pub," the owner said.

Central Harlem »

Twelve bartenders from Central and West Harlem plus Washington Heights will compete tonight.

Bed-Stuy »

The unnamed bar will feature high-end cocktails and jazz.

Prospect Heights »

Spirited will offer sweets baked with alcohol and specialty cocktails in the former Beast space.

Prospect Heights »

Prospect Heights restaurant Pequeña offers up two easy recipes for your Cinco de Mayo party.

Astoria »

Astoria Distilling's first product will be an old-fashioned gin dubbed "Queens Courage."

Upper East Side »

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

Cobble Hill »

Congress Bar on Court Street has a Studebaker wooden turntable.

West Village »

Bleecker Heights Tavern, a sports bar in the Village, is adding fancier drinks and nicer decor.

Astoria »

The 31st Avenue location now boasts a full bar serving all-natural and organic cocktails.

Nolita »

Project 1919 is a short-term pop-up speakeasy behind Mulberry Project in Nolita.

Astoria »

The bar is now Hell Gate Tiki, serving cocktails and "Pacific-inspired surf snacks."

Flatiron »

The Museum of Sex opened an art bar called Play, featuring a cocktail called Lickable Skin.