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We never thought we'd be checking the "bar" and "health & beauty" boxes for the same venue, but here we go. This hip Bushwick spot that functions as a yoga studio, coffee shop, and cocktail lou... read more
Frontier feel, as befits joint on Brooklyn’s fringe, with a name cribbed from lipstick-pit bull land. Thrift store art on the walls highlights country living, weathered wood ups the rus... read more
Waterfront spot feels more like the Bahamas than Washington Heights. Plop your feet down on the sand right alongside the Hudson, enjoy sick views of the GW Bridge, unspoiled Palisades, and boat tra... read more
Sixties Jamaican throwback bar, for the East Village hepcats. Brick chamber-like space with plants and elephant pictures for a Jumanji-chic front bar and pool room. Appleton Spiced Rum abounds on t... read more
Random location near Green-Wood Cemetery and a Donut Connection means plenty of space to go around. Long terrace roomy enough to dock a cruise ship. Front bar shows Dekalb Market they’re not ... read more
Koch twins team up with El Chod for sprawling space at the Gansevoort. Ready to play, with indoor-outdoor oyster bar, al fresco spread, multiple levels of action. Blue booths and ebonized tables se... read more
Dee Dee Patton, veteran bartender of Bowery Electric and Niagra, opens her own spot. Dark tin ceiling and simple décor feels grown-up hip, not fratty St. Marks dive. Ten beers on tap feature... read more
Johnny Swet’s cocktail menu highlights the offerings of the Roger’s swank lounge. Soft yellow lights and studded leather chairs set a modern, elegant tone. Chef Julie Farias of Goat Tow... read more
Mod spot above Brighton at the revamped Eventi. Designy beige chairs under overhanging yellow lamps reminiscent of vintage salon hairdryers. Roof retracts like a stadium in the better weather, 35-f... read more
Private elevator leads to 360-degree views high above Times Square. Eye-to-eye vantages of the French Gothic steeple of St. Mary the Virgin carry over Sanctuary theme. Swaths of green courtesy of r... read more
The folks behind Aita—Clinton Hill Italian fave—open a little bar next door. Marble counter and retro Renaissance décor serve as appropriate accouterment for the boot-country vib... read more
Gin Palace—sort of is what it sounds like. Bank vault-esque façade is breached through winged doors, inside’s decked out with metal cages, skeleton clocks, and lighting fixtures ... read more
Speakeasy trend reaches pizzerias. Secret beer garden attached to Pizza Roma operates as reservation-only yard. Has its own door on Cornelia, along with a tiny sign. Intimate, candlelit, rustic sce... read more
At last, a place you can wear your lederhosen on Wall Street. The Andaz opens its courtyard for laid-back beer garden action. Bavaria in the house with Franziskaner and Spaten Lager, New York repre... read more
Despite the name, not a gay bar. British pub does traditional pints amidst Union Jack paraphernalia. Classic digs with farmhouse wallpaper, mahogany bar, tall ceilings and leather booths. Brit rock... read more
In celebration of the 15-year anniversary of Richard Sandoval's UES Maya restaurant, he opens this tequila bar and lounge next door, which flaunts a whopping one-hundred-plus agave bases spiri... read more
Restaurant/lounge takes over the old Nikki Beach space. Massive bi-level hall fits a full lounge, two bars, two DJ booths, and glass-encased wine cellar. Sweeping staircase, chandeliers, quilted le... read more
Bona-fide Broadway cabaret brings back glamour era-NYC, beneath what was once Studio 54. Tony Award winners on the lighting and interior design. Dark wood paneling and plum-colored seating keep it ... read more
Third coming of legendary Chelsea pachyderm. Shake-up of original crew leaves Robert Montwaid and David Sarner with the PE name, game plan. Brand now extends to Mexico, Brazil, and beyond. NYC iter... read more
One-stop shopping with great blend of cutting-edge chic and ready-t...
Michael White of Ai Fiori et al does an Italian steakhouse south of...
South Brooklyn Pizza peeps wrap a stealth Italian spot around their...
Kristi Paras of Zachary's Smile re-ups her Village space with a bou...
Appointment-only, hour-long guided shopping experience. Second show...