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This dark corner bar specializes in retro cocktails at retro prices, and, believe us, they're strong. What comes as a bigger surprise is the bar food that issues from the... More »
Handily bridging the gap between a creative modern bistro and a beer bar with exotic pulls and bottles, Jimmy's strives to be underground in more ways than one. The menu... More »
The Hooker is named after a fishing boat that plies the waters of Galway Bay, not a lady of the night. While the fare falls short of making this place a real gastropub, the... More »
The premises were indeed once a hardware store and foundry, dating to the 19th century. The single-plate meals at Jones Wood Foundry make the best values, including a... More »
Ask any dude walking around the East Village where to grab some cheap chicken wings and he'll probably point you here. That's because from Monday through Wednesday wings are... More »
This sprawling beer garden mixes three languages (Slav, English, and German) in its moniker. It was carved from an ancient factory on a Williamsburg side... More »
You may remember it from the opening titles of Late Night With David Letterman: the Old Town Bar, a fixture in the Flatiron District since 1892. It's far more... More »
Want to join a club? Want to be the cool cat who can smoke on the back porch with the owners or be the sly lady who gets a sprig of rosemary added to her tall cocktail at... More »
One of the city's finest jazz clubs, this tiny UWS lounge is the very definition of intimacy. Under the low light of chandeliers and candles, music lovers are... More »
Go for the cheap potent margaritas, and bask in the outdoor season during the warmer months. On the whole, it's a restaurant -- and a pretty good one, too -- but yet... More »
Although Marissa Nadler’s sparse acoustic folk doesn’t seem like a natural fit for the confines of Brooklyn’s bona-fide metal lair Saint Vitus, she espouses a sort of dark, nightmarish quality, teleported from the backroom some Black Lodge in David Lynch’s imagination, that kind of works. Her latest album, last year’s The Sister, contains mostly...
The first band ever to take Metallica on the road were British self-proclaimed "athletic metal" group Raven, who joined up with the burgeoning behemoths in 1983 and are celebrating their 40th anniversary next year. Although their relative lack of success after that tour has foisted the group into the depths of metal trivia, the band’s inventive riffs, bloodthirsty stage presence, and...
Despite the obvious debt to pays to its ancestors, the vehemence with which Orange Goblin plays made their seventh LP, A Eulogy for the Damned, one of the better metal albums of 2012. Joining them are a few more bands nearing the top of their game: noisy sludge-metallers KEN Mode, who recently released the frenetic Entrench, and ASG, a North Carolina crew who fuse alternative-era...
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