Bouligny Tavern

Since none of us are from New Orleans, we decided to ask our restaurant hostess (from Coquette) for recommendations.  We told her we wanted something in the neighborhood with a relaxed vibe where we could get a good glass of wine or cocktail.  We weren’t looking to flash for beads if ya know what I’m sayin.…

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Corkbuzz

People have been buzzing about Corkbuzz for a while and though I thought it sounded like a good spot, I wasn’t rushing to get there since I already have some pretty solid wine bars on rotation.  But then watched a documentary about Master Sommeliers and learned it’s nearly impossible to become one and extremely rare…

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Baker & Co.

I am so lucky to have the time between Xmas and New Years off of work.  Go out drinking on a Monday?  Sure!  Albert and I were meeting crew at Bleeker Street Bar at 3 PM for drinks and darts, which gave us plenty of time to head to the West Village side of Bleeker…

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ABV

Even when I lived in the Upper East, I never really went above 88th Street.  True, most restaurants and bars are in the 70s and 80s, but a few good things have opened in the 90s that are worth checking out, especially if you want to head further uptown afterwards to check out Harlem or…

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Tria

After dinner with Brooke, Albert and I decided to stay out for just two more drinks.  When you’re only in the city for 34 hours, the goal should be to pack as much in as possible.  We had passed Tria while walking around during the day and decided it was worthy of our nightcap. We…

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