Angel’s Share

8 Stuyvesant St (at E 9th St & 3rd Ave), New York, NY 10003, United States
Closed until 6:00 PM (Show more)
  • Mon–Sun
    • 6:00 PM–1:30 AM
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  • David

    A lot of places have "artisinal cocktails" that are neither not good or nothing special. But the cocktails at angel's share really standout in a good way.

    David · 2 days ago
  • Courtney K.

    Cute little idea with some very unique drinks.

    Courtney Klein · 5 days ago
  • Len G.

    Get there in early closing hours, it's cozier and gets more intimate

    Len Grand · 5 days ago
  • minnie m.

    Customized drinks! Pick your flavors

    minnie moy · 6 days ago
  • Cynthia L.

    The Quintessence - all the way

    Cynthia Lin · 1 week ago
  • Edmund S.

    The water is pretty good

    Edmund Salvacion · 2 weeks ago
  • Mike O.

    Great winter cocktails in this hidden gem. Ask for something hot with cinnamon.

    Mike O'Sullivan · 2 weeks ago
  • Kavita B.

    Entrance is through village yokochu

    Kavita Baba · 3 weeks ago
  • Kavita B.

    Also loved Vieux Carre, eastern Gibson, kings folly and smoke gets in your eyes.

    Kavita Baba · 3 weeks ago
  • Kavita B.

    "It smells like sadness, but it tastes amazing" -- wise words spoken about the Speak Low.

    Kavita Baba · 3 weeks ago
  • Jordan O.

    Not friendly to large groups

    Jordan Oplinger · 3 weeks ago
  • Jacob Y.

    A true speakeasy feel. The side room is great for small groups of friends catching up. The Smoke Gets In Your Eyes is an experience to order and drink. A welcoming campfire in a glass.

    Jacob Yosafat · February 25
  • Kim J.

    Japanese mixology bar & Amazing whiskey selection

    Kim Jong Hyuk · February 24
  • Sam H.

    A great place to go to during dinner time since there's a little bit less of a crowd. Only go in groups of 4. Inside the lovely Yokocho vilage

    Sam H · February 15
  • DoubleDeuce

    A Japanese Cocktail Speakeasy. You're not likely to find another in the area. Start or end your Japanese food and drink infused East Village evening here.

    DoubleDeuce · February 12
  • Ryan C.

    Everyone likes a Stormy Weather but try the Flirtibird! Don't be afraid of the lesser known ingredients. This is a perfectly crafted cocktail.

    Ryan C · February 6
  • Paul

    Knowledgeable staff and super selection of cocktails. May get overcrowded but worth the wait! Cheers!

    Paul · February 6
  • Gothamist

    With its dark, soft-yellow lighting, intimate space and creative cocktails, this speakeasy's got all the makings for a romantic East Village evening. Try the Quintessence cocktail. Read more

    Gothamist · February 5
  • Jason S.

    I don't remember what the drink is called, but it is whiskey based, comes upside down with smoke in the glass, and is an awesome sensory experience

    Jason Schulweis · February 3
  • Tome C.

    Smoke Gets Into Your Eyes is a must.

    Tome Cvitan · February 1
  • Matt H.

    If there's a wait in the main (secret) area, enter through Sharaku and hit the new bar, opened 12/14.

    Matt Hantz · February 1
  • Brian H.

    Smoke Gets In Your Eyes may be unlike any cocktail you've ever had. The drinks are incredible and definitely worth the price and/or the wait. Keep your party at four or less or they won't seat you.

    Brian Hemhauser · January 30
  • Kimmie O.

    Order the serenity martini for a refreshing drink

    Kimmie Ohh · January 28
  • Alphan B.

    Really friendly bar! Great staff!! Try Serenity ( avoid cheek to cheek)

    Alphan B. · January 28
  • FoodandLash L.

    Speakeasy Japanese style. Good selection of Japanese whiskeys

    FoodandLash Lash · January 25
  • Trae F.

    All the cocktails are amazing and the staff is very attentive. What year is this?

    Trae F · January 25
  • Solario

    The Speak Low cocktail is transcendent! Amazing cocktail geek experience.

    Solario · January 17
  • Rachel S.

    The Cheek to Cheek is delicious, more of a dessert than a cocktail really. The only misstep is the Guilty Pleasures. Terrible medicinal aftertaste.

    Rachel S · January 11
  • Kath

    Great place to catch up with friends before/after dinner

    Kath · January 9
  • Mahsa H.

    Hidden bar with amazing Asian influenced cocktails!

    Mahsa Haddad · December 27, 2014
  • Hilda U.

    To explore: Charlie Brown (made with peanut butter) and Cheek to Cheek (fruity, sour) are surprisingly addictive for the spirit-forward drinks imbiber.

    Hilda Ura · December 22, 2014
  • Daniel B.

    One of my favorite bars in the city, been coming here for many many years.

    Daniel Barnett · December 6, 2014
  • İpek A.

    You should try Evidence and #2 good cocktails & nice music

    İpek A. · December 2, 2014
  • Paul K.

    Japanese whiskey, whiskey cocktails

    Paul Kernfeld · November 30, 2014
  • Aahana P.

    Excellent drinks and amazing bartenders!!! Love this place.

    Aahana Pereira · November 30, 2014
  • Ronak D.

    If you can find your way there, try one of the many Japanese whiskey-based drinks. Come in a party of more than 4 and you'll be turned away.

    Ronak Daya · November 28, 2014
  • Monique P.

    Speakeasy com uma extensa carta de drinks. Provei vários e nenhum ganhou do de sakê com mel orgânico e hortelã.

    Monique Paoletti · November 26, 2014
  • Maria lelis

    Subes las escaleras, te encuentras con el restaurant japonés.. Y seguramente te harán seña.."the bar"...logrados tragos!

    Maria lelis · November 24, 2014
  • Nisha @honeywhatscooking

    Serenity Martini with lychee juice and rose water was succulent.

    Nisha @honeywhatscooking · November 21, 2014
  • Connie C.

    Great drinks, impossible seating. Come early or on a weeknight.

    Connie Chiu · November 16, 2014
  • Curtis S.

    Max party of 4! They aren't joking.

    Curtis Shoung · November 15, 2014
  • Melissa R.

    NYC's best speakeasy. The drinks are a work of art. Be sure to try the Nardis (white truffles and pear) cocktail- it doesn't disappoint.

    Melissa Rosenthal · November 2, 2014
  • Lisa H.

    Love that this place has mocktails...Stella by starlight = yummy ness

    Lisa Hua · October 30, 2014
  • Stephanie Z.

    Hidden inside a often loud japanese tapas restaurant. Good place to take your out of town friends to, because this spot basically defines the whole speakeasy experience. Good drinks, small cozy space.

    Stephanie Zhong · October 29, 2014
  • Noppanit C.

    Old fashioned is good i will come back here for more cocktails

    Noppanit Charassinvichai · October 28, 2014
  • Jeanie J.

    Can get really crowded. Great drinks

    Jeanie Jang · October 23, 2014
  • Sherry W.

    El... Something. Get it!

    Sherry Wang · October 20, 2014
  • Natalia B.

    Go into the Village Yokocho restaurant, at the top of the stairs on the left hand side there is an unmarked door that leads to the bar!

    Natalia Baker · October 14, 2014
  • Ira B.

    Awesome spot overall! The staff here is super friendly and responsive and the drinks are amazing. Try to get here before 1030 or you might not have a spot without a long wait..

    Ira Blossom · October 8, 2014
  • aj (andrea jo)

    Great cocktail menu here, for $15 cocktails. Go here for one, then head elsewhere.

    aj (andrea jo) · October 5, 2014

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