Revolution on a stick.
The newest location is assembled with distinctively Barcadian elements: a chalkboard and collection of behind-window neons above the bar, a superb lineup of 24 Northeast-focused drafts and, of course, arcades.
Chelsea’s restaurants, shops and producers offer some of the most delightful food in the city — especially during summer.
Inside Back Label Wine Merchants’ massive 3,000-square-foot location are shelves upon shelves of wine (with even more stacked in the back), separated with the back label of the bottle (hence the store’s name) in mind.
If you didn’t get enough sipping among the myriad local and afar distilleries that graced Good Spirits this month, here’s a good follow-up for you if you’re fond of fawn-colored quaffs.
Chalk one up for the local team.
It’s condimentary. Sir Kensington’s Ketchup is tailor-made for brawny burgers like Little Owl’s.
Chelsea Brewing Company is the lone survivor of Manhattan’s brewpub boom.
Get in line for their magical mix.
This weekend, make sure you’re Spoon-fed.
The city’s most avid wine collectors store their treasured bottles beneath the Chelsea Market.
And with a client list that includes the Dalai Lama and Alice Waters, people are listening.