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Although it’s a long trek by subway from Upper Manhattan, I love traveling out to Sunset Park in Brooklyn. It’s a great neighborhood filled with tacos, dim sum, an old-school bowling alley, and incredible views, of yes, the sunset. But somehow I … Continue reading
Some barrooms have ski ball or gigantic big screen TVs. Others might employ bearded bartenders whipping up (or even torching) super fancy cocktails. But some, like one of my all time favorites, the Brooklyn Inn, skip the flair and head … Continue reading
Here it is: The most descriptive business awning in the beautiful borough of Queens–Club SANM. It looks a little run down from the street, but on the inside, it’s completely decked out as a local events center. Families? Come on … Continue reading
Chinatown is an eating paradise. But as a drinking destination? Not so much. Sure, you can visit those fancy cocktail bars on scenic Doyers street if you have the attitude and the cash (or someone else is buying), but for … Continue reading