A tragedy at the midtown karaoke mecca.
The commissioner of the State Liquor Authority thinks it's “very unfortunate.”
We asked him about the state of New York City restaurants; his favorite color, pink; and what he plans to do with the hidden cameras above the bar.
The Beatrice Inn, too.
Is Ashley Dupré the controversial club's new mascot?
And Brooklyn Bowl combines bowling with Blue Ribbon.
A dispute with the landlord has finally come to an end.
“We water our liquor down with only the finest, purest water.”
Jada Yuan asked her about her most exciting project and about the latest attempt at Bungalow-dom, the Eldridge.
Interior shots are coming!
Promoters Bill Spector and Bugsy say they're opening a “fun lounge, not a club.”
A punky Brooklynite is in distinguished Manhattan company.
The designer turned lounge owner explains to us what “hospitality consultants” are.
Matt Levine’s reservation-only lounge will make up for its scant seating with all sorts of wacky amenities.
Or at least, the Jersey shore version of it.
The owner says he's still taking care of stiffed customers.
One month after taking over from Florent, R&L Restaurant is without booze, and without customers.