Harlem Hops, located on between 133rd and 134th streets on Adam Clayton Powell Avenue is a must visit beer hall if you are uptown Manhattan.
The beer hall has feels roomy with plenty of seats and space to stand and hangout with friends. Harlem Hops also has a backyard patio with a few chairs and tables if you want to take advantage of nice weather.
Improving upon an already delicious cocktail, The Tux can be thought of as a refined Old Fashioned. Originally provided to our Refined Chef site by Hanson Dry Bar in Clinton Hill – Brooklyn, NY
Corner Social – My personal favorite spot for hot wings in Harlem. Corner Social has a full restaurant menu and a nice bar. It can get a little noisy but has a great atmosphere and is a good place to go with friends. The wings are big, flavorful, a little pricier than other places on the list, but this is my go to restaurant and I would recommend trying them out.
By Sean McHugh The third installment of our Nashville “Walking Tour” series takes us to the close-knit neighborhood of 12 South. The 12 South neighborhood is one of Nashville’s best and brightest areas, with a wide swath of boutiques, coffee shops, restaurants, and general locales that make 12 […]
This signature cocktail comes to us from Hanson Dry bar in the Clinton Hill neighborhood of Brooklyn. With a minimal ingredient list and simple preparation this would be a great drink to make when friends stop by during the summer. Serve with some tapas such as these Sauteed Spanish Pimientos de Padron or these Pickled Garlic Scapes with Green Olives and Prosciutto.
By Seth Fera-Schanes Featuring fresh passion fruit puree, lime juice, vodka and Chambord this is one martini you will want to make at your next summer party. See full ingredient list and directions below. We will continue to bring you refreshing cocktail recipes throughout the summer. This one […]
The World Cup starts on June 12, so if you haven’t booked your flight to Brazil yet, chances are you’ll be watching from New York with the rest of us. But there’s still a way for you to get a flavor of what it’s like to experience this mega soccer event alongside a bunch of Brazilians. We asked some Brazilians who live in New York where they plan to watch the games, and we’re bringing you that list today. Be prepared for lots of yellow and green jerseys, painted faces, loud cheering and high spirits.
By Seth Fera-Schanes The third drink in our summer cocktail series; The Greenwood Shandy. This citrus infused drink came to us from Greenwood Park Bar in Brooklyn. On a hot day, what can be better than a mixture of grapefruit hefeweizen, grapefruit vodka and grapefruit juice (ensuring you […]
By Denise Oliveira As the temperature finally rises in New York, so does our desire to be outdoors with a cold drink. Most likely, your apartment didn’t come with a huge patio where you can entertain your friends, so your best bet is a neighborhood bar with outdoor […]
By Michael Ibrahim 124 Old Rabbit Club: 124 MacDougal St New York, NY 10012 Here is a classic hole in the wall place that is hidden in the middle of the busiest part of MacDougal street. There are no signs for this bar so you might have to look around a bit. […]