WILLIAMSBURG – Amid the highrises and hotels that are springing up everywhere on the North Brooklyn waterfront, a high-flying and high-priced cocktail bar has opened in a space inspired by old-school water towers. Perched atop the Williamsburg Hotel at 96 Wythe Avenue and North 10th Street, The Water Tower bar boasts
It’s been a four years coming [http://nypost.com/2010/08/04/a-dallas-bbq-grills-in-bklyn/], but this weekend was the grand opening [https://www.facebook.com/dallasbbq/photos/a.118590350813.100449.110014920813/10152397597505814/?type=1&theater] of the newest Dallas BBQ location at Flatbush and Nostrand [https://www.facebook.com/dallasbbq]
It’s a question that has been asked time and again: Should children be allowed in bars? The answers, inevitably, vary, from posts about drinking establishments that welcome families [http://mommypoppins.com/ny-kids/the-best-family-friendly-bars-in-new-york-city] (though at least one of these places no longer allows children) to much-heated discussion [http://cityroom.
Hope everyone has a fantastic night, but just in case your night gets a little TOO fantastic, here are some of our local experts offering up a bit hangover help [/blog/food/pray-to-the-porcelain-gods-no-more-hangover-help-is-here]. You’re welcome. Photo by The Dram Shop [https://www.facebook.com/dramshopbk/photos/a.310261822401936.69687.
Like suckers, we spotted this sign outside Am Thai Bistro [http://www.amthaibistro.com] (1003 Church Avenue between E 10th and E 11th Streets) today advertising half-price drinks with the purchase of certain dishes on Tuesdays. It’s a little different from the other happy hours around the ‘hood [/blog/
You told us what you’ll be eating on Sunday [/blog/food/what-are-you-having-for-cinco-de-mayo], but how are you washing it down? We have a few recommendations from T.B. Ackerson Wine & Spirits [/blog/tag/t-b-ackerson-wine-spirits], as well as some details on what Sycamore [http://sycamorebrooklyn.com/] will be serving this Cinco
Congratulation to local hot spot Sea Witch [http://www.seawitchnyc.com/] (703 5th Ave) for being named South Slope’s best new drinking oasis [http://www.metro.us/newyork/entertainment/article/1158336--the-best-of-2012-nightlife-and-culture] by Metro yesterday. They note that: > As you get into the higher-numbered streets in Brooklyn, Park Slope becomes
Does a Brooklyn Summer Ale on a Brownstone stoop constitute “public drinking”? Every few years, the brew-haha (#punsthatnevergetold) rears its head again, and the latest controversy [http://cityroom.blogs.nytimes.com/2012/07/10/a-legal-fight-over-sipping-beer-on-a-stoop/] comes from Boerum Hill: On the 4th of July, law student Andrew Rausa was having