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Little King 749 Metropolitan Avenue, Williamsburg The night I went to Little King, I lost my favorite ring. This is not the kind of event I had predicted for the evening—the kind where, due to the waterfall drinking you do, and the all-encompassing socializing that follows, you lose track of time, and the things you brought with you. This handkerchief-sized bar—which opened last fall with a full liquor license and a kitchen that makes above average small...
 The Corners 395 Nostrand Ave., Bed-Stuy Sasha Petraske did something good in 1999 when he opened Milk & Honey on the Lower East Side, and re-introduced an exacting cocktail to New York City drinkers. But as you know—because you live here—there is such a thing as too much of a good thing. I’ve enjoyed my fair share of nights in candle-lit booths, water spigot en suite, slurping egg-white froth off the top of my whiskey sours,...
Rebecca’s 610 Bushwick Ave., Bushwick If you woke up in New York City on November 9, 2016, you will not soon forget the experience of living in that day: what you heard strangers say to each other on the street, who you saw crying on the subway, the nausea that permeated your soul until (or if) you managed to sleep that night because—surprise!—this was not a nightmare you would be waking up from. The Joker had...
Westlight 111 North 12 St. I am all for a disorienting time. Like, for example, when I went on a Royal Caribbean cruise: Did the ground just move? Ah, right, that’s because, despite appearances, I’m actually inside of a colossal buoyant container in the middle of the ocean. But maybe it doesn’t belong there? Maybe this terrifies me? I'm not sure.  This was similar to my experience at Westlight, the bar that occupies the 22nd floor of the...

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