Notes from the underground.
The swanky spot gives it another go with a new co-owner.
Quinn's "real New York Saloon" will open near his old workplace.
The new cocktail joint was brought to life by the owners of Woody's.
Flips, cobblers, punches, grog, and history on Water Street.
Lee tweaks the program a little for his "Washy Washy Hours."
Three barmen and a talented chef unite on an ambitious new project.
A confluence of strong flavors in a strong drink.
Naturally the excitement over Sunday's game-winning shot has spilled over into our food and drink culture.
Cocktails are coming to Avenue B.
They've got a new take on the state's favorite tipple, the brandy old-fashioned.
Bartenders who refuse to make particular cocktails? In New York? Get out of town.
That doesn't look very good.
Plus someone's cracked the code on what "crabby snacks" and "homemades" are in "Silver Linings Playbook."
The new selection of cocktails includes classics, and all new originals.
Milk & Honey changed cocktail culture in New York, maybe the world.
No doubt the city's craft cocktail movement still has legs to stagger on, but this whole speakeasy schtick is yesterday's news.
Get drunk like Tom Waits!
What to get once your home bar is full of all the gin and whiskey you'll ever need? Game-changing booze modifiers that upgrade any and all drinks.