In the News: Dullboy & The Archer Featured in Village Voice, Macy’s Tower Coming to Herald Square, Hawksmoor Steak Opening at WTC


**Two of Jersey City’s best cocktail barsDullboy and The Archer — were featured in the Village Voice recently. Located in the former Park & Sixth space, Dullboy was named one of the 10 Best New Bars in NYC. “Bartenders Gabriel Reiben and Grant Wheeler execute a menu of original libations like the mezcal Alejandra, packed with the earthiness of achiote syrup and chocolate bitters,” writes the Village Voice. Meanwhile, The Archer’s superb cocktail menu — created by Dutch Kills bartender and Jersey City native Natalie Jacob (pictured above) — is featured in a separate story that focuses solely on The Archer. “People are more receptive to different things in Jersey City — hence our menu,” says The Archer co-owner Jesse Weeks. “I don’t think what we’re doing would fly in Hoboken, but here people are more edgy, more experimental.” —Village Voice 10 Best Bars, Village Voice The Archer

**Macy’s is considering adding one (or two) towers atop its Herald Square flagship store in New York. The towers would be part of the department store’s latest effort to tap into the value of its physical retail locations. The towers would be used as offices or hotel rooms. It’s unclear how the construction of the towers would affect Path commuters who utilize the 34th street station. —NYP

**Chilltown Kitchen is back from its brief winter recess and its first pop-up dinner for the new year will be held Monday, January 25th at 6pm. (Location to be disclosed). Tickets for the Italian feast will go on sale this Friday. —Chilltown Kitchen

**London’s Hawksmoor restaurant is opening a 14,000 sq. ft. steakhouse inside 3 WTC. The restaurant, which specializes in British-bred beef, is expected to open at the end of 2017. —Tribeca Citizen

**Registration for the Newport 10k is officially open. The race will be held Saturday, May 14th at 8.30am at Newport Town Square. Admission is $30 through April 14, $33 April 15th through May 10th, and $40 on race day. —Newport 10k

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