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Located in the famous The Savoy Hotel, The American Bar is one of the most sought after restaurants and bars around. This bar with a typical sophisticated retro feel, has a soft ambiance as well as very humble service. The drinks and cocktails too are served with a traditional touch. A pianist who plays here on all seven days, is a real charmer. Visit the website for detailed information.
This dimly-lit basement bar slowly captivates one through its charm, great music and awesome cocktails. The main bartender is a wizard at mixing drinks and comes up with the most amazing combinations that delight instantly with their taste and texture. Remember to book early for a large group as the place stays crowded most of the time. Since opening, Happiness Forgets has been ranked as one of the best bars in the entire world.
Located on Hackney Road, Sager and Wilde is a locally owned wine bar. Behind thick blinds lies exposed brick and warm urban interiors, allowing guests to enjoy a drink and casual conversation over the background music. The main star attraction of the place are the wines that sit behind a long cast iron bar counter. With an extensive selection of domestic and imported wines available by glass or bottle, the menu features bar snacks and small plates including charcuterie, cheese platters and more.
Dandelyan is a high end cocktail bar located in the Mondrian London Hotel with stunning views of the Thames. The ambiance here is trendy and sophisticated with an iconic green marble bar reflective glass-topped tables and cushy chairs and sofas in bold colors. The bar menu consists of zippy innovative cocktails with a few reinvented classics thrown into the mix. The cocktails use an assortment herbs and reflect the rich botanical heritage of the British countryside. Delicate finger foods which complement the cocktails perfectly are also served here.
Treat your taste buds to a taste of the tropics at the Lost Lake Tiki Bar. With its distinctly tropical decor and laid-back vibe, this Land and Sea Dept. bar will transport to an island paradise for the night. The cocktail menu is designed by the talented Paul McGee, and features fresh and flavorful concoctions that go above and beyond the usual fruity blends. With each sip uncover new tastes that blend, combine and together create a flavorful extravaganza. If you're feeling peckish, you can order in from the Thank You Chinese take-out counter outside. Although Lost Lake does not offer a food menu of its own, they are happy to serve food from Thank You at your table. Smokey, spicy and delicious, the casual Chinese fare perfectly complements Lost Lake's creative cocktails.
Spread across 10,000 square feet (929.03 square meters), Sugarlands Distilling Company is set in a barn house. It is made from the reclaimed woods of four barns and houses and has a distinct texture and color to its ambiance. This moonshine distillery features customized equipments to make their top quality of moonshine and whiskey. Get a glimpse of the action on how it is brewed and enjoy the free samples of shines. They also host live bands and Appalachian storytelling in their premises. You can also avail of adventure tours that they conduct of the Sugarlands.
Located in the vibrant neighborhood of East Village is Amor y Amargo, the first bar in New York specializing in bitters. A small and cozy bar serving straightforward cocktails, the way they should be. You will not a find a single drink on their list that is not bitter and that is what defines the place. Try their Guatemalan Square or My Old Piano to get the feel of the place. Want to learn about cocktails? They also carry out classes every alternate Sunday about making the right combination. If you want to experiment and cut out the routine, come to Amor y Amargo.
Las Perlas is a cheerful, Mexican themed bar, with colorful rabbit murals and a whimsical décor. The bar boasts an impressive selection of tequila and mescal served alongside a selection of local and international draft and bottled beers. If you are unsure of what to order then simply give the bartenders an idea of what you like and allow them to woo you with their expertise as they deftly put together a drink that is just right for you. Their signature cocktails are especially delicious with a touch of Mexican spice. With a jukebox, pool tables and outdoor seating, the bar attracts an eclectic and lively crowd throughout the week.
This hotel is the oldest and largest hotel in the neighborhood. Four generations of the Monteleone family have served as directors of the hotel since its opening in 1886. Major renovations completed in 1996 have only added to the hotel's charm, and because of its size you can almost always get a room here. Although the hotel is large, the service is still very personal. Accommodations range from luxurious suites to comfortable family rooms. Famous residents included Truman Capote, Tennessee Williams and William Faulkner. Le Cafe restaurant is a favorite with New Orleans natives and even if you stay somewhere else, stop by to see the Carousel Bar. Hotel amenities include concierge services, room service, laundry service and a rooftop swimming pool.