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Save for slip-on shoes and sunglasses, an outdoor drinking and dining guide is the ultimate accessory for spring. And we’ve got 14 exemplary spots to add to Brooklyn’s ever-expanding al fresco list, from Bushwick’s Martha’s Vineyard-emulating Cape House, to Bed Stuy’s tiki-inspired Diamond Reef. Cape House: Thanks to tall walls erected along Bushwick’s Knickerbocker Avenue flatiron— shielding the neighborhood’s unforgiving industrial sprawl from view—Cape House is a convincing stand-in for a New England clam shack...
As far as accolades in the cocktail world go, it’s hard to top a James Beard Award for Outstanding Bar Program—yet Will Elliott is hardly resting on his laurels. In addition to continuing to concoct astounding, absinthe-based libations at Maison Premiere (all but eclipsing its reputation for dollar oysters), he’s helped America get hip to Europe’s aperitif tradition with low ABV tipples at Sauvage. Though if you need something a bit stiffer, it’s hard...
Having made his name at Tom Colicchio’s Craft, and helped Andrew Carmellini launch Lafayette, Manhattan was sorry to surrender Damon Wise when he unexpectedly decamped to Charleston in 2014. But what emerged as both of their losses (he quickly tired of South Carolina as well), became Brooklyn’s considerable gain, when he was successfully wooed by the Sauvage and Maison Premiere crew. We chatted with the newly installed chef/partner about his Williamsburg and Greenpoint posts, and scoped...
If you’re still thoroughly shell shocked from the year that was, and trepidatious (to put it mildly) about the year yet to come, there’s never been a better reason to let it all hang loose on New Year’s Eve. For a short while, at least, you can forget your troubles in the bubbles of a glass of complimentary champagne—not to mention feast like there’s no tomorrow—at spots like Sauvage, The Good Fork and more. Sauvage:...

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