The space of the former year-old bar Bill's Gay Nineties now has has taken over the restaurant and turned it into Bill's New York City.
Wednesday night was like any other at Bill’s Gay Nineties Restaurant and Piano Bar on the East Side of Manhattan. A mascara-smudged blonde planted a happy-hour-fueled kiss on her co-worker’s cheek as her arms encircled his neck. The septuagenarian piano player had the patrons.
A few years back Bill's Gay Nineties closed, an event that provoked elegies from NYC's old-time newspaper wags, so its re-opening in