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On the last weekend in February, Brooklyn’s Wythe Hotel got “glou”ed; it was filled with people eager to taste natural wine and meet the professionals who make it. Over 600 wine-lovers came to each day of New York City’s first natural wine fair, The Big Glou; attendees ranged from those who were new to natural wine, to others who worked in the industry, and everything in between. Swirling glasses printed with the cheery logo...
Bars are hardly trend-averse, particularly here in Brooklyn, where there's always some new concept—whether related to design, food, or the drinks themselves—that people latch onto, all in some effort to be a part of something larger than themselves, something cooler, something to which they feel like they can belong. Gross. No! Kidding. Actually, we get it. Who doesn't want to be a part of the zeitgeist? Isn't that why we all live in Brooklyn to...
The Four Horsemen 295 Grand Street, Williamsburg Oddly enough, the first thing I noticed when I walked into the Four Horsemen was the quiet; and this despite the fact that the room was filled with people, all of them talking, eating, and drinking. It’s hard these days to enter any bar or restaurant without an accompanying auditory assault, and yet here was an immediate escape from the chaos of the outside world, a respite from the...
Brooklyn isn't where you'd expect to find the city's most exciting wine bars--what with the abundance of breweries and beer bars--but it's exactly where three newcomers have set up shop and given newfound joy to the borough's wine lovers. Sure, Manhattan has a lock down on wine bars, but Brooklyn's renaissance of the wine bar has us rethinking our after-work IPA for a more refined happy hour. What makes Brooklyn the new hotspot in...

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