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Getting drunk with a dog is one of life’s most underrated simple pleasures. To be clear, you’re the only one getting drunk. Your dog should definitely remain sober. But your dog won’t resent you for being drunk while he or she is sober like humans do. Just another great thing about dogs. Only thing is—while it's easier than ever to bring your dog to dining establishments with sidewalk patios in New York City, thanks to...
First date planning is an under-appreciated form of art. (So is other date planning, but we've already got you covered there.) Whether you met on Tinder, at a bar or through friends, the spot you select leaves an indelible impression—either positive or negative. Noise level, volume, weekly events and even cash-only policies are important considerations when it comes to picking a location. Here are a few tried-and-true places to earmark. Lively: Zombie Hut or...
"Sour beers will never become the pale ales of craft brewing," opined Vinny Cilurzo, owner of Russian River Brewing Company, in 2010. His quote is from a New York Times article titled, "Sour Beer Is Risky Business, Starting With the Name." Russian River, based in Santa Rosa, California, is among the elite of United States' swelling sour-beer vanguard. Its members, influenced by the centuries-old techniques of Belgium's Cantillon and other Traditionalists of Tart, are...
Covering another person's song, they say (or I think that's what they say; it's possible I'm confusing the details of this particular saying), is the sincerest form of flattery. Which is why local artist Brett Saxon, who also happens to tend bar at one of Brooklyn's best craft beer bars, Mission Dolores, laid down his take on Strand of Oaks' "Shut In." It's a pleasantly plainspoken and oddly comforting song about one person's struggle...

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