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3/29/17 // Sanatorium: Creating A Cocktail

Sanatorium is a hospital-themed bar and lounge in the East Village neighborhood of Manhattan. Inspired by the history of 19th century hospitals and remedies, Sanatorium features medicinal cocktails… | watch

3/15/17 // Sanatorium

Sanatorium is a hospital-themed bar and lounge in the East Village neighborhood of Manhattan. Inspired by the history of 19th century hospitals and remedies, Sanatorium features medicinal cocktails… | watch

1/27/16 // The Back Room: History

A living relic of the Prohibition era, the Back Room is a speakeasy located on the Lower East Side of New York City. It’s the real deal, with secret doorways, passwords, authentic 1920s details, and… | watch

12/30/15 // ENCORE: Barcade

Johanna Botta stopped by Barcade in NYC’s Chelsea neighborhood to speak with the bar’s co-owner, Paul Kermizian. While there, she unleashed her inner child, playing Pac-Man and devouring a fried chicken and waffle sandwich, then washed it down with a craft beer from Barcade’s vast and rotating… | watch

10/14/15 // Royal Palms Shuffleboard Club: Tutorial

Johanna Botta gets a lesson on how to properly push some biscuits from Jonathan Schnapp, owner of the Royal Palms Shuffleboard Club. | watch

9/23/15 // Barcade

Johanna Botta stopped by Barcade in NYC’s Chelsea neighborhood to speak with the bar’s co-owner, Paul Kermizian. While there, she unleashed her inner child, playing Pac-Man and devouring a fried chicken and waffle sandwich, then washed it down with a craft beer from Barcade’s vast and rotating… | watch

9/23/15 // 1 Republik

In a small city packed with bars and restaurants, 1 Republik manages to maintain a large crowd most nights of the week. Despite the true plethora of other spots, in the short time I have lived in Hoboken I have already been to 1 Republik for dinner twice. | read

9/6/15 // Sunday Brunch: The Stewed Cow

In Hoboken, NJ, The Stewed Cow boasts a mechanical bull, serves up rare whiskeys, and has a mean brunch special for only $20. Here, patrons can find Old Fashioneds, bacon, heaps of brisket, and tons of biscuits. | read

9/3/15 // Grand Banks

Grand Banks is an oyster bar located on Pier 25 in New York City's Tribeca neighborhood. The oyster bar boasts delicious cocktails, an incredible lobster roll, and digs like you can't believe. As a matter of fact, the bar itself is located on an historic schooner built over 70 years ago. | read

8/28/15 // SALT Waterfront Bar & Grill

SALT Waterfront Bar & Grill is located on Menantic Road on Shelter Island, NY. The restaurant and bar serves fresh fish, burgers, cocktails, beer, and wine to big crowds alongside Menantic Creek. | read

7/30/15 // The Wayland

BTR travels to one of Social Media Director Jess Goulart's favorite spots in Manhattan, a gastropub called The Wayland down in Alphabet City. The bar serves up impressive cocktails and local fare. | read

7/29/15 // Royal Palms Shuffleboard Club

Johanna Botta stops by to push some biscuits and sample the modern leisure and fun vintage vibe at The Royal Palms Shuffleboard Club, located in the burgeoning Gowanus neighborhood of Brooklyn. The world’s first shuffleboard night club, Royal Palms is housed in a 1919 Printing Press, has 18… | watch

6/30/15 // Lifestyle: Astronomy On Tap

Scientific experts screened the TV show ‘Cosmos’ and introduce an educational atmosphere to an audience at Videoglogy, a bar in Brooklyn. Neighborhood astronomer, Dr. Kennet E. Flores, transformed the screening room into a university lecture hall. | read

6/25/15 // World of Beer, Gainesville

This review focuses specifically on the Gainesville location of World of Beer, where I enjoyed a flight of four beers. WOB offers so many beers that it’s truthfully a bit overwhelming, which is why ordering a flight—or two—is the way to go here. | read

5/28/15 // E's Bar

While the novelty of Jacob’s Pickles next door has not yet worn off, E’s Bar boasts originality all on its own. Open shelves filled with board games and other multiplayer games line the walls and patrons are free to take any game off the shelves to play. | read

5/24/15 // Sunday Brunch: Cascabel Taqueria

Manhattan's Cascabel Taqueria does more than just serve delicious burritos. Their Mexican brunch includes bottomless cocktails and offers creative items like chorizo benedict and tuna Thai chili tacos. | read

5/23/15 // Las Ramblas Bar de Tapas

This small West Village tapas restaurant successfully brings a taste of Spain to New York City. With a menu full of small plate dishes and delicious sangria, as well as a cozy atmosphere, Las Ramblas is cool spot, if a bit pricey. | read

4/30/15 // The Way Station

Dish + Drink checks out Brooklyn's The Way Station. This bar is a haven for nerds and imbibers alike and it even features a 'Doctor Who' TARDIS. | read

3/28/15 // Sachi Asian Bistro

This New York gem earns its stars. | read

2/22/15 // Community Food & Juice

Follow-Up Review: Consistency in freshness and overall good quality is mastered at Community Food & Juice. | read

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