The new Hoxton hotel has three restaurants. Klein’s is the flagship on the ground floor. There’s a rooftop bar called Summerly. And there’s a terrace bar on the second floor called Backyard. All three spots are run by Jud Mongell (Five Leaves) and Zeb Stewart (Union Pool) which makes us hopeful and is a sign […]
Welcome to the first weekend of fall, folks. I’d tell you to get out the seance candles and inverted crucifixes, both those are year-round decorations around these parts.
We’ve barely touched September, and my inbox is already drowning in new fall releases. A good problem to have, but a problem nonetheless. Let’s get these things covered so I can delete some emails, please.
RIP Burt Reynolds. No particular words of wisdom this week (are there ever any?), though you should check out the new Anna Calvi album whilst also going to one or more of these shows this weekend.
Happy Labor Day weekend, everyone. Here’s the last little bit of labor you’ll see from me until Tuesday.
The wait is over. That is, unless you’re currently standing in line waiting for a slice at Paulie’s new slice shop in Greenpoint. After teasing us for months, the new pizza joint opened on Tuesday night serving a limited menu. Delivery is coming soon, we’re told. More from Eater: The more casual, counter-service spin-off from Paul […]
For the second year, Pitchfork and October will bring their international celebration of beer, food and music to The Big Apple. The 2017 inaugural event inhabited Brooklyn Hanger (Industry City), but this year the festival is heading outdoors for two full days of indulgence at its finest. Hop a short ferry ride on September 8th […]
After a much-needed nature sabbatical, This One Goes to Eleven is back and up to its neck in hot, rotting garbage. Let’s get to this before I leave again and never come back.
Bar Beau is now open in Williamsburg. It’s a cafe by day that serves fancy cocktails and small plates at night. Just Opened has more: Bar Beau is the latest project by Claire Chan (of West Village café The Elk), where cozy coffee shop vibe meets trendy bistro-style bar…Moving away from a menu with small, […]
This is no surprise for anyone who lives in Williamsburg, but the stats are troubling nonetheless. Since 2013, there have been over 700 injuries to cyclists and 9 deaths. Unfortunately, these numbers could rise once the L Train shutdown comes into effect and there are more bikers commuting to and from the city. Localize.city uncovered areas […]