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Is it the best burger in town, as the sign outside proclaims? That's a serious pronouncement, so let's just say it is absolutely in the top five--especially if you're in the... More »
The Brooklyn Brewery has grown quite a bit since The Village Voice awarded the Williamsburg brewhouse "Best Brewery Tour" in 2002. Now, its lager is nearly ubiquitous... More »
The walls of Burp Castle depict a most jovial scene of debauchery: bartenders dressed as medieval monks waddling around and serving pints to an eternally laughing crowd of... More »
Blend with the classy and classic patrons at the beautiful bar, or eavesdrop on conversations that rival 1940s movie scripts while sipping a delicious cocktail. This... More »
Their motto: "Drink good stuff." Thankfully, you have no other option but to do just that at this East Village beer bar. At D.B.A., you'll find an extensive selection of draught... More »
An easy-going pub packed between brownstones, Park Slope Ale House is completely average, which means it's oftentimes the best place around. Order a burger, sip a... More »
The Ginger Man has an amazing amount of obtuse, foreign, and exquisite beer taps neatly showcased on the wall, as if an entomologist runs the place. This is where serious... More »
John La Polla and Doug Amport founded a do-it-yourself brewery in Prospect Heights, where even the most beginner hop-head can learn to craft beer. Bitter and Esters... More »
The Red Lion is a haven for football-hooligan expats. Aside from the constantly airing games, the only things approximating Blighty for limeys on the go are a lone phone... More »
Say hello to the highly underrated, good-natured brother of Seventh Street. But unlike legendary neighbor bars McSorley's, Jimmy's, and Burp Castle, this one doesn't emphasize... More »
What happens when you cross the ’80s Madonna classic Desperately Seeking Susan with the music of Blondie in a theater in London's West End? A train wreck. What happens when one man takes to the stage in a comedic retelling of the whole ordeal? Desperately Seeking the Exit. Watch actor and playwright Peter Michael Marino star in a solo performance about his experience conceiving and...
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