Restaurants and bars, they come and they go. Here are a few making their debuts and bowing out this week.
Charlie Palmer's Metrazur is serving its last tonight at Grand Central Station. An Apple store is said to be taking its place.
Little Veselka, the to-go Veselka outpost above the ... More >>
Brad WalshCarolina RamirezEvery Fashion Week we're in awe of how much models are put through. They're running around from show to show; they get their hair yanked, straightened, curled; they get touched on almost every part of their bodies by dressers, wear loads of makeup, and, probably the ... More >>
Home Alone 2. North by Northwest. Crocodile Dundee. Arthur. Eloise and her motherfucking Pet Turtle!* New York City's landmark The Plaza Hotel has been home to many famous scenes over its 103-year history. Yet Charlie Sheen has managed to sully it, as it is now also home to the famous scene that ... More >>
Bouley Bakery now has a wine bar. By the Ounce serves wines, well, by the ounce, as well as snacks by Chef Shea Gallante, like charcuterie, cheese, and caviar, also sold by the ounce.
A new taqueria on Avenue A has a Mexican wrestler theme. La Lucha serves Mexico City-style tacos, which ... More >>
Photo via Bowery Boogie205, the Serge Becker (La Esquina, the Box) designed nightclub that stumbled out onto Chrystie Street sometime in the waning months of 2006, has been on vacation since the end of the summer. A sign outside promised that the club would reopen on September 10th. But Bower ... More >>
Sean MacPhearson and Eric Goode, of the Bowery and Maritime Hotels, have opened Jane Hotel and Ballroom, a "faux-dilapidated, two-story ballroom [with] a low-ceilinged, English-style pub up front for all-hours drinking, plus an upstairs parlor and veranda (open in the evenings) populated with plush ... More >>
Gale Brewer's interest in a New York bedbug bill could hardly come at a better time: the Daily News reports that bedbug complaints are up 34 percent from last year. Tireless local anti-bedbug crusader Renee Corea says the problem is certainly much worse, as many New Yorkers don't call 311, from whi ... More >>