A must for anyone that considers themselves a cocktail snob...
wow. what a FANTASTIC find! the bartenders know their shit - I've never had half as good cocktails. get the a la carte menu!
Tasting menu not worth it, go a la carte. OR, go to The Sheppard instead.
Amazing. Trust the bartenders.
Excllent cocktails. Get the ghost dance.
I've probably drank 200 Tom Collins this year, around the World and tonight's were the BEST!
Worth every penny.
Looking for a nightcap? D.C. night owls pack the reservations-only lounge.
Such great pairings of food and drinks!
Look out for the new WhistlePig 11-year TripleOne Rye with the sleek black label
Managing ed. Kay Steiger says: This place serves up a tasting menu of craft cocktails (3 for $67 + snacks -- pricey, but great for a special occasion). Ask for Matt Ficke and tell him Kay sent you.
Try the Gin Rickey. Want to make this cocktail at home? Find the recipe in "Speakeasy Cocktails" for iPads.
"Try the Gin Rickey. Want to make this cocktail at home? Find the recipe in "Speakeasy Cocktails" for iPads.
Matt Ficke is America's greatest bartender.
10 seats. Reservations only. Go through the back of Passenger Bar and enter the door just past the restrooms.
Derek brown is a true mixologist. Can't be beat in dc
Ask for the Angostura sour and bartender Derek's signature Martini, and bartender Katie's Aviation. Lovely bartenders.
Never thought anyone could make me like gin...boy was I wrong!