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This is the reincarnation of Milk & Honey—the original NYC neospeakeasy and birthplace of the modern cocktail movement. Every cocktail here involves a conversation with the bartender. You want something smoky and peaty, and you like honey? He’ll make something just for you. It takes handcrafted to the next level—even the ice is cut to order. There’s no sign in front of this bar. It’s marked only by two letters: AB. It’s very easy to walk past it. Also, you have to have a reservation. If you just walk in, you’ll be waiting a while.
Innovative, creative cocktails & classic concoctions mixed up in an industrial-style space.
A hidden spot with top-notch cocktails, it gets busy on some nights, so go early. You must ring the bell and wait to be seated inside. Every guest must have a seat. There might be a wait, but once inside, it's well worth it. If you're willing to pay top price for a handmade cocktail, this is the…
This tiny bar is credited with inventing the Penicillin cocktail, but they make everything perfectly. I highly recommend making a reservation if you're going on the weekend since there are only a few seats and they do not allow standing room.
“Great Local Bar with amazing crafted cocktails!!! Insanely knowledgeable bartenders and a laid back funky old school NY meets Madonna in the late 80’s vibe . Well worth the wait for the cocktails . Wonderful after or before dinner spot! No food here- but great bar snacks ”
“Greek restaurant camouflaged as a Chinse restaurant on Canal St. They only talk walk-ins, suggest going early as it is busy every night of the week. PRO TIP: get the cheesecake. ”
“New Orleans meets NYC — Cheeky Sandwiches serves up the ultimate in sandwich deliciousness on the LES. Stop by the cozy snack bar for a shrimp po'boy or buttermilk biscuit with fried chicken and gravy. There's just nothing like "Nawlins," y'all.”
“Contra is a Lower East Side trendy New American dinner-only fixed-price tasting menu restaurant with adventurous food that actually tastes great. Jeremiah Stone and Fabian von Hauske (also of Wildair) are striving to create and define a new food identity specific to New York City alone. *Michelin Starred. ”