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Apothèke is one of the many "speakeasy" type bars found throughout Manhattan. This sanctuary located on this hidden alley in New York's Chinatown has plenty of old-fashion panache, though the drinks may be a bit on the pricey side. The bar replicates an old-world apothecary, proudly displaying antique medicine bottles and old-fashioned chemistry equipment. This bar is manned by expert bartenders who sport white lab coats and dispense alcoholic "prescriptions" (as they call them) like the Mata Hari, Femme Fatale and Dr. Ruth, which are created with the Apothèke's house-blended absinthe and other elixirs.
Brandy Library is not actually a library; it's a high-end bar. The space's warm amber lighting and leather chairs are ideal to sink into or cuddle with someone special. The staff is friendly and climb ladders to fetch the brandy bottles that line the bar's shelves. The menu lists the absolute best brandy and scotch available. There are exquisite Cognacs, rustic Calvados and more than a hundred cocktails as well. The hors d'ouevres are just as special and include items such as foie gras and "Lambs in a Blanket" (Merguez lamb wrapped in puff pastry with Harissa and Dijon mustard). For dessert, their famed eclairs can't be beat. If you're feeling particularly decadent, ask for the 1914 brandy. Reservations are recommended.
The Dead Rabbit has been lauded for many things: being the "Best Bar in North America," the "World's Best Bar," and offering the "World's Best Cocktail Menu" among them. This sophisticated Irish pub meets classy cocktail lounge has something for everyone, be it the stellar selection of craft beers in the taproom, more than 70 vintage cocktails in the upstairs parlor, or festive bands and DJs featured weekly. Hungry crowds can choose between elevated bar snacks like cheese and charcuterie plates or heartier dishes like the rabbit burger. There's even a gourmet grocery attached where foodies can stock up on artisan goods. Experience the flow of conversation among fashionable guests on the first and second floors of The Dead Rabbit or book the top floor for a private event.
Get ready to be surprised! At first Beauty and Essex looks like a normal pawn shop, but walk through the storefront and open another door to discover a speakeasy-style restaurant with interiors that ooze panache, from the high ceilings to the ornate lanterns. The menu is composed of global favorites with special emphasis on contemporary American. The drink list is extensive, to say the least, from cocktails and wines to beer. With a crowd that matches up to the ambiance, this is a place to see and be seen.
O atendimento é uma arte neste sofisticado bar no West Village. O pessoal na Little Branch, o segredo escondido de Nova Iorque, toma a sério o seu trabalho e utilizam só os ingredientes mais frescos, além de cavar buracos no gelo para reduzir o seu derretimento. Basta solicitar um licor e os garçonetes vão te oferecer uma exótica e, única bebida. Little Branch foi escolhida pela revista Esquire como um dos principais bares nos Estados Unidos. Há música ao vivo, em certas noites.
With the "physic" sign in bright neon on the window of the storefront, at first it will seem like you're going to have your fortune read but head inside and find a classic speakeasy-style bar. Employees Only is a highlight of the space, it includes a steel-grill fireplace and is topped with brass. You'll find some creative options on the cocktail menu, including vermouth with Herbes de Provence and lavender-scented gin. The manually-cut Steak Tartare and the Bone Marrow Poppers served with Bordelaise sauce on Pastry Shell are must-try items. The luxurious desserts are the icing on the cheesecake and will satisfy even the most discerning gastronome.
Esta elegante e chique sala de coquetel foi nomeado como um movimento de arte na época de proibição que produzia cartazes de propaganda sobre os perigos do álcool, que efetivamente codificado um mapa adentro para o Speakeasy (lugar clandestino). Os coqueteis aqui são tão inteligentes como o nome do lugar, misturados pelos melhores garçonetes da cidade. Aproveite pequenos pratos clássicos como macarrão com queijo e sua bebidas deleitáveis oferecidas neste salão sofisticado.
Hidden away inside Village Yokocho, the neighborhood's favorite Japanese restaurant, the Angels Share is a swanky lounge with just a hint of an old-fashioned speakeasy. This place is mostly populated with patrons elegantly dressed in black, who come here to sip Martinis and other classic cocktails like the Grasshopper. The decor is simple, except for an ornate painting of angels and the big windows that look down on 9th Street. Since the lounge permits entry only as per the available seating, make sure you drop by early to avoid disappointment.
PDT (which stands for Please Don't Tell) is a "secret" bar on St. Mark's Place. A call from a phone booth in Crif Dogs (the adjacent restaurant) is the only way to get in. Once accepted, a secret door opens up in the phone booth, leading to PDT. It's not much of a secret anymore though, because the club is hugely popular. Once inside, you'll find a crowded bar area steeped in darkness. The inventive cocktail selection is superb and a major draw. If you're hungry you can also order from the Crif Dogs food menu, which gets delivered to the club via a small pass. A visit to PDT is quite an interesting experience indeed.
A classy cocktail bar, this spot is also renowned in the neighborhood for its excellent burgers. Located in Cobble Hill, The Long Island Bar has a trendy and fresh ambiance, which goes perfectly with the rejuvenating cocktails they serve. Their signature L.I Burger is a delicious bonus. Its proximity to the Brooklyn Bridge Park makes it a popular spot, and is ideal for an afternoon of unwinding after a stroll along the park's waterfront. The Long Island Bar has featured in several publications as one of the 'Best Cocktail Bars' in NYC.
This beloved Alphabet City watering hole delights with its impeccably mixed artisanal cocktails and warm, inviting vibe. The menu changes regularly, ensuring patrons always get the best and most creative concoctions. You'll be blown away by speciality drinks like the Smoked & Roasted, Peppered Peat, and Dominican Daiquiri. Apart from cocktails, The Wayland offers fine beers and wines, high-grade oysters, and a selection of light bites. The unpretentious interior beams with vintage furnishings and lovely lamplight, creating a space that instantly feels like home. Join the ranks of the hip East Village bar-hoppers and enjoy The Wayland.
Touted as offering one of the best cocktail menus around, The Raines Law Room is a haven for mixed drink connoisseurs. The drinks list is replete with flavors that will suit any preference, from bitter to sweet and crisp to spicy. Relax on velvet couches beneath classic murals that give the lounge a distinctly 1920s appeal, drink by candlelight in the garden, or enjoy the privacy of a banquet-style parlor. Whether you want a signature cocktail or prefer to order from the carefully curated selection of beer, wine, and champagne, The Raines Law Room will leave you at once satisfied and wanting more.