Category: Bars

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10 Amazing Wine Bars NYC Has to Offer

10 Amazing Wine Bars NYC Has to Offer

Wine bars in NYC are popping up all over the city and for good reason. They offer an escape from every day, a place to relax and chat with friends, and of course, wine! However, it may seem a challenge when it comes to locating the finest wine bars in NYC. So we’ve put together...

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8 Convenient Alcohol Delivery Services in NYC

8 Convenient Alcohol Delivery Services in NYC

NYC is full of promises – including an abundance of alcohol for purchase on every street corner. But with so many options, you might miss out on your top choices if you don’t act fast (i.e., before the bars close). That’s where alcohol delivery services come in. With each new generation comes a new way...

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10 Best NYC Breweries

10 Best NYC Breweries

NYC breweries are exploding. The five boroughs currently play host to about 20 operational breweries, and that number is growing fast. That’s a lot for a city with fewer than five million people! But it’s not the quantity, it’s the quality: More and more frequently we’re seeing beer from NYC breweries in critic best-of lists...

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8 Best Rooftop Bars in New York

8 Best Rooftop Bars in New York

Rooftop bars are a perfect place to booze during the warmer months of the year, and there are plenty of them scattered around the city. Here’s a list of some popular rooftop bars in NYC, from high-end places with celeb clientele to less swanky venues where you can drink on a budget. Rooftop bars are...

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6 Best Gay Bars in NYC

6 Best Gay Bars in NYC

Gay Bars are one of the most important destinations for gays when it comes to spending time with their friends or acquaintances in the city. New York is full life and being gay is just one part of her. Gay bars in the city are full of gays who want to spend time with friends...

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Careful: Alcohol Linked to Heart Arrhythmias

Careful: Alcohol Linked to Heart Arrhythmias

Researchers in Germany conducted a study that has led them to the conclusion that getting drunk is correlated with heart arrhythmias, which are atypical heart rhythms. The researchers conducted the study in an atmosphere that was full of possible subjects to partake in such. “Basically we were sitting over a beer or two, ironically, and...

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Grand Ole Opry Expanding to NYC

Grand Ole Opry Expanding to NYC

Ryman Hospitality Properties, Inc. announced on Thursday that the Grand Ole Opry in Nashville is expanding to New York City. The venue, which is famous for country music, was first founded in 1925. For the first time in more than 90 years, Grand Ole Opry is branching out of Tennessee. The Grand Ole Opry aired...

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