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There are many shareable pleasures to be found on the extensive menu of Basque tapas. There are three main categories: Basque canapes (pintxos), cold items (hotzak), and hot... More »
Everything you need to know about City Winery: wine, wine, wine, cheese, wine. This massive (21,000 square feet!), Mediterranean-styled wine bar and music venue offers... 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 »
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 »
Undaunted by the weighted expectations given its address at the former Village Gate site, LPR is now offering a nightly program of what our own music editor calls... More »
Drom is haven for world music in a neighborhood packed with rock clubs. Traditional fasil music from Istanbul, lively gypsy bands, modern Middle Eastern dance music, DJs from around... 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 »
Claiming to be the oldest Spanish restaurant in New York, Chelsea‚??s La Nacional ‚?" founded in 1868 ‚?" has certainly been doing tapas longer than most other places in the... More »
The Lisbon-born Cape Verdean singer sounds crazy like a Ross (Annie) or a Mitchell (Joni) in the best possible sense on her effervescent new Kachupada, a dazzling blend of highwire jazz improvisation, French accordionism, African roots music, and smart, sublime kookiness. It's a foaming polyrhythmic puddle of unceasing acoustic amazement from top to bottom and you probably shouldn't miss...
If you’re looking for Hayes Carll, the singer-songwriter who was Americana before Americana was selling out the Garden and the Barclays, your best bet is to check either the Texas clubs where the 37-year-old first made his name or the top ten of the Nashville Scene’s annual “Country Music Critics’ Poll,” on which any of his albums are certain to...
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...
I heard that their duck confit spaghetti is amazing, so decided to have dinner with my boyfriend there. It was a bit hard to find, so don't get lost everyone. It's next to Yokocho (which is next to the book store at the corner).
I usually don't eat duck, but their duck confit spaghetti was absolutely delicious! I can eat it three times a day. Thanks...
Fun, trendy, yet laid back cuban restaurant and bar in meatpacking district.. good food, great music, usually a live salsa band..Read Full Review
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