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What a Wylie Dufresne gastropub looks like. Wd-50's wizard of ahs gets all molecular gastronomy on a friendly neighborhood tavern. Pigs in a blanket are Chinese sausage stuffed into tubes of fried ... read more
Lucky Dog peeps go honky-tonking on Metropolitan. Retro-basement vibes, with mismatched chairs, pressed-tin walling, wood by the shit-ton. Old beer signs and outlaw-country iconography round out yo... read more
Jennifer Klein, former proprietress of Wine & Roses, drops a neighborhood cocktail lounge on Columbus. Bright green barstools and a long chandelier that looks like a giant Christmas ornament pr... read more
Ode to local beers in the Arthur Avenue Retail Market. Cordoned-off biergarten for shoppers on break and lingering hops heads alike. Taps feature Jonas Bronck's Beer Co. Woodlawn Weiss and Pelham B... read more
Not an OMC reference. Takes name from legendary beatnik hangout Café Bizarre, brings bohemian flair to B-wick. Two French filmmakers do cocktails and screenings 9and burlesque!) in space pep... read more
Tavern off Union Square doing fried chicken and craft beers. Cobblestone exterior guards a cozy hall of exposed-wood rafters, pew-style booths. Flannelled bartenders keeping it rustic. Alums from C... read more
All aboard for south side bar inspired by classic train culture. Duplex space is all about the blown-out front ceiling, with all kinds of headroom leading up to rustic beams. Light-industrial fixtu... read more
West Village restaurant and lounge from Holiday Cocktail Lounge, 5 Ninth alums. Cozy confines courtesy pressed-tin ceiling, hardwood floors. Sleek leather couches surround a fireplace when Persepho... read more
With Orson Welles' 1949 film in mind, Eduard Frauneder and Wolfgang Ban created this Alphabet City space to reflect Europe in the early 20th century, accented by Austria. Thick, exposed wooden beam... read more
A Barcade for the LES. Long hall packed with vintage arcade games. A little divey, linoleum floors and crusty old games. Frogger, Donkey Kong, Street Fighter, and the list goes on. Barrels of beer ... read more
Name sounds like a ‘70s TV detective agency, but interior is all contemporary sleek. White marble bar, high ceilings, dark wood, flattering light. Back patio for your sneakarette convenience.... read more
Southern BBQ and beer pong in the northern borough’s first beer hall. Spacious, American Legion-esque dining room will shuffle tables to make room for a stage and live music. Outside, picnic ... read more
Re-do of under-beloved Ortine does tasty beer, tasty food in a cozy Washington Avenue nook. Bartenders keep the Neutral Milk-esque playlist low enough to allow conversation. Wine list’s up to... read more
Grown-up chic Williamsburg spot, so forget about your watery beer and divey pretensions. Bar’s backed by a huge orange mural; black leather booths, concrete floors. Big skylight takes the... read more
Bushwick establishment named for proprietor Lucas Walters’ granny. Pals from The Commodore and a neighborhood liquor store team up for spacious hangout. Long bar, deep floor, basement bel... read more
Ode to the Windy City’s bohemian speakeasies. Wood bar made from the flatbed of a truck joins cagey lights and brick walls in providing character for neo-cellar scene. Del Pedro of Pegu C... read more
Beer and friends! Neighborhood crowd fills communal wooden benches on game days and off days. Fireplace makes it a cozy winter haunt. Tap’s entreaties include the world’s greatest: Deli... read more
Housemade sodas in a stripped-down corridor. Wooden benches and blue-cushioned stools line old-style bar, backroom upscales with banquettes and waitress service. Spiked phosphates are the word(s); ... read more
Name’s a translation of the hood’s Dutch name (Boswyck), ownership is the couple behind nearby Bodega Wine Bar. Space kitted out with stainless steel bar, bevy of potted ferns. Caffeine... 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...