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Spokane. Boise. And now Brooklyn! New York original franchised out to distant corners, but brings it back home with solid lineup of local acts, arts shows, film festivals, etc. Boss Hog, Les Savy F... read more
Bi-level beer bar brings alfresco imbibing to the 'burg. (Say that 10 times fast.) Think German barnyard chic: first floor cavern with low-pretense design built around picnic tables, concrete, a si... read more
The Germans are coming! The Germans are coming! May seem that way with the recent biergarten wave, but this one is a welcome addition to a neighborhood short on lederhosen and Gösser. (And the... read more
Sign says it all. Namesake wings are nicely bronzed, meaty and full of flavor. Order by the 10, 20, 50, or 100. Mild and medium won't require homemade blue cheese sauce to cool down your tongue. Ho... read more
Take the hipsters bowling, take them bowling. New Billyburg pin spot gi-freaking-normous enough to make The Gutter look like Milano's. Sixteen lanes for rolling, six hundred-body concert venue. Fla... read more
Equal parts revivalist bar and neighborhoody café. Pegu Club alum serves up OCD cocktails and small plates to Red Hook grups. Not-so-spendy drinks vary from expected (Tom Collins, mai tais) ... read more
Hiding from the hipsters? With six pinball tables and Rob Sacher of the former Luna Lounge spinning his own iPod playlist of solid-gold oldies and Motown one-hitters, Satellite Lounge offers a chil... read more
Green in Gowanus? Wha? These folks are serious about it, actually, right down to the miniscule carbon footprint. Recycled bowling lanes and tires help set the scene for local art and music. Massive... read more
Had to wait 45 years to appropriate the name, but now free to snatch up fittingly grandiose tag for big, rough loft space. Proudly all-ages, so no booze for sale, and not really tickets even—... read more
OCD beer love in Prospect Heights. Corner spot serious about its craft brews, with a steady rotation through 16 taps. Belgians, Brits, and Calis all represented. Five-hour-long weekday happy hours ... read more
This friendly neighborhood bar is great for groups looking to chill with beers in hand. The wood burning stove may bring you back in time, but their beer selection is as modern as it gets. Converse... read more
Escape from rowdy Bedford Avenue to this quiet wine lounge. Like its neighbor and older sister, D.O.C. Wine Bar, the cozy space is decorated in a Sardinian style: white plaster, wood accents, legit... read more
A little something lost in the translation to Brooklyn. Beloved East Village (and Big Easy) beer joint not getting quite the same traction with Billyberg crew. Space is bigger than the original, bu... read more
Signless dive on the corner of Manhattan and Nassau is the perfect place to strike up a conversation with a Polish construction worker. Don't get cocky and talk about how you're only drinking there... read more
Provocative art gallery by day, rockin' music venue by night. Helping artists and musicians collaborate on more than just t-shirts and album art. Sneakily tucked inside the Lovin' Cup Café... read more
Simple and classic winebar rocking the ever-reliable wood, brick, and pressed tin look. Low candlelight flatters on date nights. Knows its wine forward and back, a big plus if you don't. Menu is as... read more
Versatile Williamsburg izakaya serving up robata, yakitori, and sushi, with the occasional live bossa nova soundtrack. Intimate booths and social bar, plus petite outdoor space. Underrated sushi is... read more
Calling all beer geeks. 250 brews from all corners of the Earth -- the usual suspects, plus a truckload of unknowns from Belgium to Brooklyn to Sri Lanka. Sri Lanka? Modeled after a Euro beer hall:... read more
Lives and dies by the motto "not done fancy, just done right." Fresh-squeezed juices, premium liquor, esoteric spirits. Surprisingly expansive digs make for chill scene, backdropped in ubiquitous m... read more
Cult yogawear chain complete with creepy manifesto ("children are t...
Harlem sprawler not embarrassed to name check the highway (9A) that...
Sleek spinning studio became a mini-chain in a snap. Addictive clas...
Frenchish café chain has many, many outposts throughout NYC,...
Oysters and cocktails at 1 Delancey. Named for Marcel Duchamp&rsquo...