Angel’s Share

Speakeasy and Cocktail Bar$$$$
East Village, New York
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  • Ina L.
    Ina LiMarch 2
    This Japanese run speakeasy always keep good control on the atmosphere: music with perfect volume, never over crowded. Whisky fans should try their smoke get on your face. *Off the menu: earl grey gin
  • Amy C.
    Amy ChenJuly 17, 2015
    Definitely check out this tucked away gem. The location has great vibes and the volume is maintained at a low murmur. Smokey whiskey literally had a fragrant glass of smoke with whiskey. So cool.
  • Gothamist
    GothamistFebruary 5, 2015
    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
  • E D.
    E DwardFebruary 14
    Best date spot. There's a wait but never really more than 20 min. Drinks are great, snacks are great. It's super cozy and intimate. Hands down my favorite cocktail bar in NYC. Window seat's the best.
  • Andres N.
    Andres NovoaNovember 23, 2015
    Amazing, incredible craft cocktails. Evidence is a great off-menu cocktail made with their house-infused Earl Gray Gin. The Autumn Leaves is my personal favorite.
  • Brian H.
    Brian HemhauserJanuary 30, 2015
    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.
  • Noah W.
    Noah WeissJune 13, 2015
    There's a sibling Japanese whiskey, scotch, and bourbon bar now open two doors to the left. Walk up the unmarked stairwell. Get a scotch based Islay Sour.
  • Kunal K.
    Kunal KundajeJanuary 5
    Some of my absolute favorite cocktails in NYC. The "Smoke Gets in Your Eyes" is fantastic, but you should really try the "Flirtibird" with the shiso+yuzu - truly unusual and exceptional flavors. 👌
  • Natalie K.
    Natalie KJune 13
    Tricky to find (have to go to 2nd floor & through an unmarked door at a neighboring restaurant). Cocktails are AMAZING. Try the Thai gin one (forgot the name). Tastes just like Thai curry.
    Downvoted Jul 30
  • Kathy M.
    Go upstairs to the Japanese restaurant and go left through the unmarked door. Quiet, intimate, and great drinks. Loved the Smoke in Your Face whiskey cocktail - it's exactly what it sounds like.
    Upvoted 3 weeks ago
  • Lori L.
    Lori LuoAugust 10, 2014
    This speakeasy housed in Village Yokocho has some of the best cocktails to be found in the city. The Serenity (citrus vodka, lychee liquor) and the Cheek to Cheek are some of the sweeter options.
  • 99U
    99UApril 22, 2014
    Go up the stairs and through the Japanese restaurant to find this intimate cocktail den. It’s tough to get a seat, but once you do, you’ll be in heaven. Sun-Wed: 6pm-1:30am | Thur-Sat, 6pm-2am
  • Jorge S.
    Jorge SierraOctober 26, 2012
    The moon at noon cocktail taste like a worthers candy! so good! I also really enjoyed the old fashioned. If you dont get a spot right away just head next door and down some sake while you wait.
  • ZZubin
    ZZubinAugust 4, 2015
    This hidden bar impresses even the most jaded New Yorkers. A little Tokyo gem with all the right Japanese sensibilities...but don't be shocked if they're out of your Japanese whiskey of choice
  • Ant M.
    Ant ManSeptember 9, 2014
    Hidden away, this place has a menu that's rich in every drink category, each drink with a story. The mood is always laid back, which makes for a great place to catch up with friends.
  • Ray L.
    Ray LinMarch 12, 2013
    Going nuts trying to find it? You're not alone. Enter through Yokocho and take the unmarked door on the left and enter into another world. Order the Stormy Weather and make interesting conversation.
  • Douglas Elliman
    Douglas EllimanJuly 10, 2014
    An awesome speakeasy-style bar hidden in the back of a Japanese restaurant in the East Village. We love their exotic cocktails, especially the Summer Breeze cocktail off the specials menu.
  • Arie
    ArieJune 11, 2015
    NY has made me love speakeasies. Speakeasies have made me truly appreciate great cocktails. Absolutely delicious cocktails are certainly found here. Highly recommended; if you can find the door..
  • Andres N.
    Andres NovoaNovember 23, 2015
    This speakeasy has a secret speakeasy inside it Thursday-Saturday. You actually use a separate secret entrance! Make sure you check it out! Try Sharaku instead of the Village Yokocho 😉🤐
  • Ira B.
    Ira BlossomOctober 8, 2014
    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..
  • citichik c.
    citichik chickpeaJuly 21, 2012
    In a most unexpected place, busy, but we had no problem getting a great corner spot to get cozy in. Friendly staff knowledgable about their cocktails & happy to recommend some. Try the Dark & Stormy!
  • Untapped Cities
    Untapped CitiesNovember 11, 2015
    The rules: no reservations, no groups larger than four, no standing room, and no yelling. Ascend the stairs and enter through the unmarked door to the left of the sushi counter in Yokocho restaurant. Read more
  • Stephanie Z.
    Stephanie ZhongOctober 29, 2014
    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.
  • Senator John B.
    Senator John BlutarskiJanuary 27, 2012
    The menu's featured drink is a "Speak Low"; a blend of two rums, sherry, and an amazing macha green tea as an homage to Japanese tea ceremony in cocktail form. Don't leave without one. Drink!
  • Melissa R.
    Melissa RosenthalNovember 2, 2014
    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.
  • Alex M.
    Alex MecumMay 15, 2015
    "Smoke Gets in Your Eyes" and "Boulevardier" are both phenomenal. The attention to detail is unmatched in this amazing and quaint speakeasy/cocktail bar. I can't recommend this place enough.
  • Eric V.
    Eric VenkerAugust 20, 2014
    One of the top speakeasy spots in the city. Second only to Attaboy in my opinion, and that has everything to do with bartender personality and ambience. Cocktails here are phenomenal.
  • Magnus v.
    Magnus von KoellerAugust 9, 2011
    This is my favorite cocktail place in the city. Don't miss it. Walk upstairs, find the unmarked door right by the stairs and walk into what is also one of the coziest spots for a drink.
    Upvoted 3 weeks ago
  • Jake Y.
    Jake YosafatFebruary 25, 2015
    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.
  • Marcelo F.
    Marcelo FleitasNovember 19, 2010
    small parties only - 4 people max. Kick-ass cocktail bar with bartenders who really know how to make a drink - signature cocktails are great - or just go for your favorite top-shelf liquor. They actua
  • Silver A.
    Silver ArevaloJuly 24, 2010
    very cool speakeasy bar. order one of their special cocktails. bar tenders mix and shake the drinks with love. it's kinda pricey but it's worth the experience. the bar is hidden inside Village Yokocho
  • Humayun R.
    Humayun RashidOctober 26, 2012
    New favorite drink, Moanin' truly lives up to it's name. Plus it comes in a really cool dome shaped cup. You can never go wrong with Japanese Yamazaki whiskey. I love this place.
  • Katrina K.
    Speakeasy w/a secret entrance above a bookstore in The Village, infused liquids & craft cocktails, beautiful picture window looking out over the Village especially lovely on a snowy winter night
  • Leslie T.
    Leslie TAugust 6, 2013
    Anything and everything here by Shingo & crew is great. You can always ask for a recommendation if you're overwhelmed by the choices. You will enjoy the fantastic cocktails here.
    Upvoted 3 weeks ago
  • Teresa
    TeresaApril 7, 2013
    My favorite cocktail bar in NYC because I love fruity and nicely made cocktail drinks. They also have an extensive whiskey list. The bartenders are extremely knowledgeable and can make custom drinks.
  • lisa b.
    lisa bessermanOctober 24, 2012
    Cool speakeasy. Located inside a Japanese restaurant, off to a side door. Sit by the window for a nice view of st. Marks. Food and drinks are wonderfully crafted! Mmm Delish!
  • Dens
    DensJune 9, 2011
    Trivia: "angel's share" is a term that describes the wine that escapes through evaporation during the barrel aging process. (I learned this at a bourbon tasting down in New Orleans)
  • Henali
    HenaliSeptember 4, 2014
    right in the heart of st marks with such talented bartenders. come after work and snag a table by the bar to see the bartenders do their tricks to your drink ;)
  • Leo S.
    Leo SumulongAugust 22, 2014
    The bartenders at this cozy cocktail nook have certainly refined their craft to a high level. There's a cocktail for every taste here and then some. Great date spot.
  • Alex M.
    Alex MizrahiJune 17, 2013
    "This isolated cocktail bar is attached to a Japanese restaurant but entirely separate from it. It's dark and quiet and has an impressive selection of whiskeys. They don't seat groups larger than..." Read more
  • Anna Liza B.
    Anna Liza BellaMarch 19, 2010
    Still one of the best places to have a drink in the city, especially while it's still light outside. :) Just don't go with your entire posse. Best for a small intimate group of 2-3.
  • Lauren S.
    Lauren SMay 21, 2013
    Going with the Japanese whiskey is always a great choice, but never leave without trying "Evidence," a tasty gin cocktail infused with lemon. https://www.facebook.com/BonfireApp
  • The Local East Village
    The Local East VillageAugust 14, 2011
    "In contrast to the loud and bustling sushi bar on the other side of the thin door, Angel’s Share has a candlelit vibe and soothing jazz, is quiet and much like a traditional speakeasy." Read more
  • Caroline
    CarolineMarch 5
    The bartenders here are amazing and really know the ins and outs of their craft. Great hidden spot to grab a few drinks at (if you can find it)!
  • Jessica A.
    Jessica AngelesDecember 16, 2013
    Holy fancy drinks. Definitely worth popping in for a cocktail experience, as well as being in an intimate, hidden speakeasy setting. Expensive, but the drinks were worth it.
  • Christine W.
    Christine WeiJuly 13, 2011
    pricey but some of the best cocktails i've had in the city. if you like sweet, girly drinks, this is your place. for $15, i had a big, blue drink that tasted like lychee and jasmine that i still remem Read more
  • Devon H.
    Devon HoAugust 1, 2010
    True Japanese mixology bar. Great flavors and exotic mixes. Get the Tennessee Waltz even if your'e not a Whisky drinker. The lychee drink is also an A+. Great chill date place.
  • Liang S.
    Liang ShiMay 29, 2014
    My favorite speakeasy in Manhattan. Delicious cocktails, delightful Japanese service, tasty nibbles. Come here with a hot date or girlfriends. Max group size of four.
  • Shiri L.
    Shiri LaraFebruary 20
    Love angel's share! It's a gem. The cocktails are always on point, servers and bar tenders are super friendly and knowledgable. Get the smoke in your eyes- campfire scented Manhattan.
  • PUNCH
    PUNCHSeptember 24, 2015
    In this shrine to the cocktail, Japanese bartenders quietly build drinks, many of which lean classic and spare. This is a bar with rules—and not the tongue-in-cheek kind. Read more
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