Today on the blog, we’re giving away a Good Local Passport. What is it? With this passport, you’ll get one cocktail, featuring one local distillers, at about 20 different bars, distilleries and restaurants. The passport costs $37 and it’s pretty easy – walk into a bar, flash the passport and choose from 1-2 cocktails […]
Yesterday, I told you all about the NYC Summer Good Cocktail Passport. If you don’t remember, here’s a refresher – for $37, you get a free cocktail at 21 different bars and restaurants around the city from July 1 – September 7.
Today, I am giving a passport away to one lucky read! Enter […]
So I’ve told you guys about two beer deals in the past few weeks – the NYC Good Beer Passport and the Queens Beer Book. If cocktails are more your thing, you must check out the NYC Summer Good Cocktail Passport.
For $37, you’ll be able to check out 21 different restaurants and bars […]
One of my favorite things about summer in NYC is the Beer Passport. Every summer my friends and I tackle our way through the passport, trying new beers and bars. Best news of all, the NYC Good Beer Passport Summer 2015 is back!
What is the beer passport? Well, for $37, you can get a […]
Ask Caryn, and she’ll probably give you a different review of this spot, but if I need to dance it out, the first place I’m going is Bowery Electric.
Frankly, it has everything I hate – a line to get in, it’s crowded and there’s a special section that is the best spot in […]
Courtesy of New York Magazine
Last Tuesday I met an old boss/friend for drinks to catch up. We both live on the UES and wanted to find a place with specials (or at least I did) that wouldn’t be taken over by Fat Tuesday celebrations. Having walked by Trinity Pub a few times, […]
In the bar-wasteland around my office, a very welcome addition has been Whiskey Rebel on 28th and Lexington. Curry Hill doesn’t seem like a natural spot for such a bar, and isn’t, but I think that’s why it works.
What we love about the bar is the free popcorn or snack mixes they serve […]
Earlier this week, Laura (thoughts in italics) and I were lucky enough to visit West 3rd Common (full disclosure: we were invited to dine there. We are ethical bloggers!). West 3rd Common is owned by the same person who runs Common Ground, which our guest writer, Jenni, reviewed last week, and it just […]
Guest Post by Jenni Maier, Editor of the Post Grad Blog
Every once in awhile I find such a great deal that I feel the need to share it with everyone. I recently discovered Common Ground Bar in the East Village. The cozy and somewhat dark bar offers such a phenomenal happy hour special […]
I recently fell back in love with daytime drinking. Â There’s really nothing better than having a few beers midday, going to bed by midnight, and having all of Sunday hangover-free to tackle whatever projects you wanted to finish over the weekend.
Last weekend, I headed over to Down the Hatch to indulge in some […]