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C’est Brooklyn, Non? Parisian Bistro with Cult Following Popping Up in Billyburg

Le Verre Volé in Paris (Photo: Courtesy of Le Verre Volé's Facebook)

Le Verre Volé in Paris (Photo: Courtesy of Le Verre Volé/Facebook)

Still planning your Parisian summer getaway? You’re just tying up some loose strings before you can split town, right? Something something about misplacing your suitcase again, huh? Yeah, us too. Even if you’re sending out one more search party for your passport holder (never leave home without it!) and are pretty sure you’ll find it eventually– relax, stop making excuses and let Paris come to you!

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Robo Rosé! At a Wine Shop Aiming to ‘Disrupt,’ Machines Let You Sip the Goods

Inside Taste Wine Co. (Photo Credit: Sam Gillette)

Inside Taste Wine Co. (Photo Credit: Sam Gillette)

Are wine stores getting away with “highway robbery?” Gary Landsman, owner of Taste Wine Company, thinks so. To put an end to this crime, he opened his East Village wine store earlier this month with the guiding principle of “taste before you buy.” Our first thought upon seeing the store’s cutting-edge tasting machines? It’s about time.

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Sideshow Goshko Celebrates 5 Years of Comedic Storytelling and ‘So Much Alcohol’

(Photo by Maryanne Ventrice, Courtesy of Leslie Goshko)

Leslie Goshko. (Photo by Maryanne Ventrice)

It’s kind of appropriate that Leslie Goshko, a woman of Ukrainian heritage with an arsenal of anecdotes, hosts a monthly storytelling show at KGB Bar, the former socialist clubhouse for Soviet ex-pats. Tonight, Sideshow Goshko celebrates its fifth anniversary.
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