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Manhattan’s choicest drinks destination combines elegantly attentive service with a distinctive cocktail menu of seasonal market ingredients.
Great place for a $20 drink.
Pricey cocktail menu...but worth the splurge for the ambiance and service. Complimentary nuts, olives and chips come with drinks!
It’s very sexy. The drink to have is an off menu Sazerac: cognac or rye whisky, absinthe and Peychaud bitters. It’s like an American negroni from New Orleans.
Try the Pan Seared Halibut
The Thai Clinch (left) only on day 2 of life...quite nice and beautiful presentation
EaterNY calls the Rachel en Rose one of New York's best spring cocktails
“After enjoying a Wonky Moskin, see if you can sneak up to the hotel guest-only rooftop deck to find the Pleiades constellation in the sky.” More at http://www.partyearth.com/venues/bar-pleiades.
Must try the Royal Margarita & wild mushroom risotto! If you're a fan of Pisco, the Pisco Connection is a libation to love as well. http://MichelleC.tv
A luxurious lounge that is perfect for people watching and sipping beautiful and tasty cocktails – try The Fascinator. And the bar snacks are scrumptious.
Amazing leblon caipirinha, one of the best in the city!
When we want to get our swank on, we come here. It's warm, inviting and staffed with knowledgeable mixologists. We suggest the California Cooler. A refreshing mix of gin, watermelon juice, chartreuse,
Drinks were great, however the service left a lot to be desired for.
Server snarled when I asked for water, then proceeded to pour it all over my friend's leg, my leg and purse. Nice.
Ask them to make you the El Diablo. Not on the menu but divine (if you like fresh ginger). YUM!
Get the old fashioned. A great balance of flavors stirred and poured over a massive hand-carved sphere of ice.
Creative mixology. The mezcal drinks are especially good.
A favorite for people after Upper East Side openings, this luxurious hotel bar features photographs by Donald Sultan.
New favorite since Stanhope conversion.