New York winters are tame, well, at least they have been since I moved here. Of course, by saying this, I risk being called out by my gf (afrosty apartment is different, ok?). It’s cold here, sure. But after one or two blankets of snow, the streets clear and Brooklyn metamorphasizes back into the unique,Continue reading “The Bonnie in Astoria: A Log Cabin in the City Bar”
Opposite of me there is a couple, friends, what have you. One sports a poofy hairdo with blond tips, and the other a high-n-tight cut with a dad cap.
The bartender, feeling himself, threw in an orange wedge just because.
Beginning of Fall: October 1st, 2016 You might miss the portal to another world if you’re on your phone, but then again–whatever your preoccupied with must be more important. This is Nitecap, both an elegant yet cozy, craft cocktail yet divey, one-of-a-kind bar located on the Lower East Side It’s rare that a bar takesContinue reading “Lower East Side: This Is Not The Real World at Nitecap”
The Brooklyn Barge is becoming more than just a bar, it’s becoming a destination.
Six dollar glasses of Rosé in the East Village, this only happens during happy hour.
Three of the four walls of the room are windows, and the view is unobscured by the messy midtown skyline; Bar SixtyFive at the Rainbow Room ascends as a literal offering to the skies. The Rainbow Room was named such in 1934, when several Rockefeller’s agreed that the name Stratosphere had fallen short on severalContinue reading “Midtown: Bar SixtyFive at Top of the Rock & A Drink with the New York Skyline”