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Alikhani honed her home cooking for decades before bringing Persian fare like kofteh beef, tarragon, rice, and split pea meatballs , braised lamb in an onion and turmeric broth, and pomegranate beef ribeye kabab to a bright, beachy northwest Brooklyn venue.
Things to do. Hop the Metro North to Riverdale or take the 1 train to the end of the line and catch the free shuttle to discover rolling hills, wildflowers, waterlilies, and dramatic views of the Palisades. The food : Familiar, well-executed staples.
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- Tylerkinesis creates vibrant video visuals to put you into a dance trance, and the dependable DJ Amber Valentine is also a resident. Drink at one of two bars, or shake your groove thing on the dance floor upstairs.
- A friendly, spacious bar with an intimacy-heightening low ceiling, Nowhere attracts attitude-free crowds—and the place is filled with everyone from dykes to bears, thanks to a fun lineup of theme nights.
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Art Latest reviews Best art galleries View all art. Share on Facebook Pin it. One vital venue is Bum Bum Bar, where the predominantly female but still mixed crowd dances to salsa, merengue, and Selena. From intimate velvet-roped lounges to outdoor dance clubs and rooftop hideaways, here are the 13 absolute best nightclubs and lounges to party at in New York City.
Public Arts Kim Walker. Grove St.