Archived entries for Bar

LANTERN’S KEEP

In The Iroquois Hotel
49 W. 44th Street, New York, NY 10036
nr. 6th Avenue
212-453-4287.

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Bow-tied barkeeps run the show at this velvet-seated Parisian spot in midtown’s Iroquois Hotel. There are four types of ice cubes to add life to the vintage 1920s cocktail list; the Poet’s Dream mingles gin, dry vermouth, Benedictine and a splash of orange bitters, and the Maison Charles is a refreshing mix of muddled mint, white rum and lime juice. Classic drinks are mad (from NYMag)

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JOHN DORY OYSTER BAR

Happy Hour: 5-7pm
Half dozen oysters and a pint of Red Hook brewed John Dory Oyster Stout for $15
In the Ace Hotel

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1196 Broadway
(between 28th St & 29th St) Midtown West
New York, NY 10001
(212) 792-9000

DUTCH KILLS

http://www.dutchkillsbar.com/

27-24 Jackson Ave
Long Island City, NY 11101
(718) 383-2724

The wooden booths, robber-baron-era cocktails made with hand-cut ice, even the ragtime band playing in the sawdust-strewn back lounge—all will be familiar to anyone who has drunk at one of owner Sasha Petraske’s rapidly proliferating cocktail bars. But there’s a game-changing difference here: The drinks are $11 (as opposed to $13 to $15 at Little Branch or Milk & Honey), so you can try a few of the Queens-themed libations.

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MAISON PREMIERE

http://maisonpremiere.com/
Maison Premiere serves up the largest selection of absinthe and oysters in Williamsburg with an Old World flair.

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