7 Boozeworthy New Openings

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BLACK BARN RESTAURANT: Located on Madison Square Park, Chef and owner John Doherty, (formerly of Waldorf-Astoria) brings us this barn-inspired destination. The menu is made up of seasonal and modern American classics sourced directly from local farmers, ranchers, and fishermen. The bar boasts an extensive global wine program and a seasonal cocktail menu created by Beverage Director Eleonora Tirapelle and Spirit House Consultants Marshall Altier & Joshua Perez. With a focus on brown liquor and a heavy tilt towards local craft spirits enjoy Autumnal beverages like 'Apples & Orchards Punch' (Brooklyn Gin, Laird's Bonded Apple Brandy, apricot brandy, apple bitters and sparkling wine) and the 'Treestand' (Grouse Blended Scotch, Warwick Valley Sour Cherry Cordial, lemon and ginger beer). Make a reservation...

LA PECORA BIANCA: Restaurateur Mark Barak (of popular Claudette) opens this new NoMad Italian spot in the historic St. James Building.  The airy dining room is reminiscent of a modern Italian farmhouse and overlooks a bustling open kitchen. Enjoy a nourishing menu made up of vegetables, house-made pastas and whole grain & meat dishes using ingredients sourced from the Hudson Valley and the surrounding area. The all-Italian wine list even includes their own private label organic rosé and white wines. If you have a thirst for Italian cocktails, peruse their selection of different Negronis or opt for an Aperol Spritz on tap. Make a reservation…

THE AINSWORTH - MIDTOWN: This month the popular sports bar celebrates their seventh football season with the opening of its fifth location just steps off Park Avenue in Midtown. In addition to being open for breakfast (6am weekdays & 6:30am weekends!), the glam yet rustic bi-level space features 35 large-screen TVs, a front-bar, and a private function areas. Ascend to the 2,500 square-foot second-floor all-season terrace, which will turn on the heat lamps during the cooler months. View venue details…

VAUCLUSE: Earlier this Month the Altamarea Group opened their seventh New York City restaurant: Vaucluse. Chef Michael White’s lively and stylish UES brasserie has a distinctive New York vibe embracing a variation of traditional and modern French cuisine with an underlying Provençal joie de vivre. The space emanates the natural grace of a South of France farmhouse and incorporates contemporary design. With a prominent bar at its core, Vaucluse features over 300 varieties of French and American wine curated by wine director Richard Anderson. Altamarea Group’s beverage director Hristo Zisovki and head bartender Michael Longshore, have explored French spirits and traditions to create a menu filled with recognizably classic, yet excitable libations, like the 'Lady Brett Ashley' (Tanqueray, Combier Pamplemousse Rose, Byrrh Grand Quinquina, lemon) and '437 Royal Street' (Guillon-Painturaud Cognac, Benedictine, Herbsaint, Agricole syrup). Make a reservation…

KAT & THEO: The Flatiron District welcomes a new neighborhood destination offering seasonal New American fare from executive chef Paras Shah. Shah's menu reflects his passion for local ingredients and penchant for Mediterranean flavors, honed after working in such esteemed kitchens as Ferran Adrià's world-famous El Bulli in Spain, and Per Se and Momofuku Noodle Bar in NYC. The wine list curated by Stephen An features 180 selections from the Mediterranean and domestic picks from the West Coast and New York. The cocktail program is helmed by Michael Timmons who has spent time behind the bar at The Lambs Club and has worked under the tutelage of Jim Kearns. His personal travels inspired recipes designed to complement Shah's menu. Try the 'Roger Dodger' (Cinnamon-infused Zubrowka Vodka, Velvet Falernum, lime, carrot shrub and ginger) or the 'Via Maris Milk Punch' (High West Silver Oat Whiskey, Batavia Arrack, pineapple, vanilla, cinnamon, ginger, almond and bergamot). Make a reservation...

THE BELLOWS: The team behind popular Williamsburg watering hole, Northern Bell, have partnered with Billet & Bellows to introduce the enhanced Bellows Bar in the space. Not only do they have a new food and drink menu but they also present a varied selection of live music on Friday and Saturday evenings beginning at 9pm. Head there daily from 4pm-7pm for unbeatable Happy Hour specials where you can order a shot & a beer for just $3-$5 alongside your Journeyman Black Walnut Manhattan! View the full booze menu…

MANHATTAN BREW & VINE: Another reason to get your drink on in South Harlem! It’s all in the name at new lounge Manhattan Vine & Brew. Yes, you can expect a wide selection of high quality wines from around the world and an extensive assortment of craft beers. Chef Denzell Washington (formerly of Morimoto) has created bar-friendly plates perfect for sharing, complimented by suggested beverage pairings Each night different programming and DJs will be on rotation making MBV not only a beer or wine lover’s retreat but also a nightlife destination. View venue details...

(Photos From Left: La Pecora Bianca interior; Kat & Theo interior; Le Diplomate cocktail at Vaucluse - Photo by Anthony Jackson)


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