Uplifting news came from Mayor DeBlasio this week as he announced "Phase 1" reopening for curbside and in-store retail pickup, and non-essential construction and manufacturing, can resume on June 8, 2020.
Memorial Day Weekend 2020 brings a new batch of local spots opening for takeout and delivery, with temporary hours and limited menus, as we continue to shelter at home (*sigh*). Here are some highlights we've added to our updated list - it's getting big!
Here's an update on more local spots reopening this week. Many are finding creative ways to adapt, re-inventing themselves as grocers and offering take home meal kits and cocktails, prepped and ready to cook (or mix) yourself...
Here's an update on local spots that are open for pick-up and delivery. We're also highlighting how some local shops, venues and organizations are staying creative, by adapting their offerings to suit our current "on-line-only" reality:
Ernesto’s Cafe and Wine Bar (259 E. Broadway at Montgomery St.) is now open, accompanying the Basque-inspired restaurant from chef Ryan Bartlow (Quality Eats, Frenchette), which debuted...
Mayor de Blasio and his minions yesterday came to Max Fish, the Orchard Street bar, to talk up his new "late night quality of life improvement plan."
Via Community Board 3, here's a notice about a "Manhattan Nightlife Town Hall," happening tonight (Wednesday) in Midtown. According to the Mayor's Office of...
Mayor de Blasio and the City Council have just announced 14 appointees of New York's new Nightlife Advisory Board.
We may be heading into the summer season, but June still looks to be a busy month for Community Board 3. Here's a look ahead.
The city's Department of Health has kicked off a pilot program in bars and clubs to raise awareness about the dangers of fentanyl-laced cocaine.
Back in 2016, owners of the Ludlow Street bar, No Fun, sued the Lower East Side Dwellers community organization for defamation.
A few months before the first phase of Essex Crossing makes its debut, there's been a change in one of the big commercial tenants coming to the mega-project.
When Community Board 3 meets tonight to go over liquor license applications, one of the more interesting proposals under discussion will be for Eli's Night Shift in the old Lucky Bee space on Broome Street.
The cocktail bar, Suffolk Arms, hasn't been serving drinks in recent days, amid what appears to be a dispute between its co-owners.
Another theme bar is giving it a go at 174 Rivington St.