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The cozy Gowanus bar has moderately priced wines, a solid beer list, and small bites fit for after-work conversations or an intimate date night. During the warm... 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 »
Founded in 1985, Union Square Cafe was a game changer for Union Square, not only launching what has become a vibrant restaurant scene, but assisting the neophyte... More »
The "Bar and Books" angle is a strange one, engendering some kind of idea of "sophisticated" that usually manifests itself in $10 beers and $20 cigars, and a... More »
An Astoria mainstay, candlelit restaurant Cavo Cafe Lounge morphs by night into a packed nightclub -- all 4,000 square feet of it. Here, swarthy men in shiny tight black... More »
Unlike other B&Bs in the city, Gracie Inn actually fulfills the second part of the deal with with a complimentary breakfast served each morning. The Inn, featuring 12... More »
The Empire Hotel Rooftop offers precisely what you'd expect from a high-end establishment of this caliber: beautiful 12th-floor views, a classy... More »
Dim lighting, a deep whiskey list, and a tucked-away cigar cave make Beekman Bar and Books a hidden treasure in Sutton Place. The back opens up into Max's Tobacco... More »
As if a college-admissions officer ran Joe's Pub, this Village lounge takes pride in diversity through its "genre-blind booking." And they really mean... More »
Chelsea's beloved tapas spot El Cid crams in the throngs nightlyathey come for some of the city's most authentic tapas and strongest sangria. Grab a spot at the 10-seater bar if... More »
Sacred steel guitarists Calvin Cooke, Aubrey Ghent, and brothers Chuck and Darick Campbell have risked censure by the House of God Church, where the tradition was born, in order to share their slippery licks in places like Times Square with heathens such as you and me. The quartet of elders plays electro-sliding renditions of blues by Elmore Leonard, rock by George Harrison, and gospel by...
Frank Zappa's purely musical genius nearly always trumps his satire whenever saxophonist-bandleader Palermo's 18-piece ensemble whips up the late composer-guitarist's repertoire, as they've been doing since 1980. And as FZ's longest-tenured sideman, the singer-guitarist Napoleon Murphy Brock infused Zappa's music with r&b vitality and plenty of the spontaneous funny, so expect the same during...
Back in the ‘80s, guitar wizard Stanley Jordan started blowing minds with an intricate fretboard tapping method that allowed him to play independent parts with each hand. For his four-day run at Iridium, he'll be performing with his trio, even though he barely needs them.
Thu., Aug. 16, 8 & 10 p.m.; Fri., Aug. 17, 8 & 10 p.m.; Sat., Aug. 18, 8 & 10 p.m.; Sun., Aug. 19, 8...
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