The Corner had a soft opening last night.
Two's a trend: Boozed-up ice-skating rinks at downtown hotels.
The hotel has added a skating rink on the fifth-floor terrace.
Out with Two Boots and in with ... ?
Mission: Let's round out the week with some amusement at the expense of the cooperative, shall we? SF Weekly's Michael Leaverton writes a Best Practices column about visiting Rainbow Grocery which is full of gems like this one: "waiting for...
Our guide to portable fine foods.
The menu, and a tour of the bar and its back garden.
Which beach bars, rooftop bars, and beer gardens have closed, and which ones are forging on?
Meatball Shop's twelve-seat patio means less of a wait for a seat.
Please refer back to our updated al fresco dining guide.
If you can't get reservations, cocktails and snacks will be served outside.
The tables and chairs have arrived and are set up, but the umbrellas are not.
The new fish-themed restaurant is open for lunch this week, and will be open for dinner starting late next week, with free corkage.
The D.J. collective moves from Gowanus to Bushwick.
Work on the bar, which has been open since April, is almost complete.
The Narrows will bring seasonal cocktails to Flushing Avenue.
Players behind Spa and the Pink Elephant will helm a new alfresco spot atop a midtown hotel.
The MTA's latest project has felled outdoor cafés on the Upper East Side.
And what's the tightest door in the city?