Want to know where your favorite mixologist spends his or her free time? Check out these NYC bars.
Yes, the Swarovski crystal ball drops before the wild and jubilant masses in Times Square annually, but that isn't the only way to strut into the New Year like a New Yorker.
The Paramount Bar & Grill, which reopened in 2013, features a healthy mix of hotel guests of all ages, businessmen, and young artsy/club types.
Obtain the secret code and descend into Bandit's Roost, a new drinking hole under Tribeca's Church Street Tavern.
The nightlife crowd goes mad for HalloQueens!, the haunted exhibit/party hybrid produced by nightlife empress Susanne Bartsch, Oct. 31 8 p.m.-4 a.m.
Still nailing down a plan for Halloween in NYC? Nightlife event production company Indayo Group just let us know that they’re hosting a bunch of parties throughout the city all weekend long.
I confess, I have a thing for football players. In fact, I am kind of nutty about the whole sport, ever since I saw my son make his first touchdown at age 7.
This week, PETA (People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals) named the Big Apple as the most vegan-friendly city in America—and rightfully so. In addition to tons of amazing meat-free restaurants, the city hosting a vegan alcohol festival on Saturday, Sept. 20.
A horse show—in the middle of Manhattan? Waitta minute…this isn’t Kentucky!
Jazz and drinks go together like, well, like jazz and drinks, and you get the best of both at Analogue.