Here are some gorgeous pictures to get you worked up. Plus: we hear there's chicken soup for revellers who stay till closing time.

We wrote about NYC speakeasy Employees Only opening its second location back in April, and the craft cocktail bar is finally launching mid June at 112 Amoy Street.
Employees Only
The much-lauded bar and restaurant, which ranked #4 on the World's 50 Best Bars list in 2015, retains its Prohibition-era vibe and is managed by the folks behind Pangaea, Bang Bang and Match, with principal bartender Steve Schneider and executive chef Julia Jaksic, and a few other partners. Just like its New York flagship, you can expect raucous late-night partying and friendly hospitality—the last batch of revelers will be served warm cups of chicken soup upon closing.
The all-important cocktail menu has highlights like the EO Gimlet, made with Perry's Tot Navy Strength gin and lime cordial, and Ready Aim Fire, a mix of mezcal, lime juice, honey-pineapple syrup and Hellfire Bitters. On the kitchen front, options range from a strong variety of meat, seafood, pasta, burgers and salad dishes, such as the roasted trout, bone marrow poppers and EO Dry Aged Burger. Late-night offerings are available till 2am, and there are plans to include tacqueria items too. 
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In the meantime, here's what you can expect:
Hand-chopped beef tartare
Lamb chops wrapped in bacon
Mascarpone cheesecake
The Provencal
West Side
The new bar is just part of an overall shake-up over on the party street. There have been new bars and new restaurants opening in recent weeks, with a few more new arrivals scheduled for this month. For more information on new places to eat and drink on Amoy Street, click here.