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Bar food has sure come a long way beyond buffalo wings and burgers. Especially when you consider Bar Uni, whose fare of choice is sea urchin. That said, the Greenpoint newcomer is hardly styled as a Coors-dispensing dive—rather, it’s an homage to Japanese drinking culture, craftsmanship and hospitality. Suntory Whisky ads from the 70s overlook the handsome, bespoke bar, itself stocked with spirits such as Hibiki Harmony and Ichiro’s Malt & Grain, as well as sake...
Good things come in small packages at Little Mountain—i.e., the most diminutive bar in Brooklyn. Topping out at all of 270-square feet (including the bathroom), the petite lounge is the (very) little sibling to Union Street’s Black Mountain Wine House. And though it shares the same eclectic design sensibility—adorned with a scavenged farmhouse/ski chalet menagerie of space heaters, old bottles, hand saws and bear’s heads—it devotes its precious real estate to cocktails instead of vino,...
The William Vale hotel, stationed like a glass and chrome starship above the supine terrain of Williamsburg, has almost everything needed to support life: from a 15,000 square foot green space and garden, currently tasked with producing peppers for the in-house restaurant, to a 360-degree view of the city from the topmost, 23rd story--where you can survey the entirety of the skyline in a single glance. Not that a natural disaster or zombie apocalypse...
Ahh, summertime in Brooklyn: block parties, rooftops, and, of course, frozen drinks. With Bon Appétit having already declared 2016 as “the summer of frozé” — that’s frozen rosé — there’s no better time to try some of our favorite boozy (and non-alcoholic!) cool beverages to help you beat the heat in our beloved borough. From frozen teas and coffees (need that caffeine!), to refreshing cocktails and dessert shakes, we’ve got a cool drink for just...

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