Favorites include the Gin Gin Mule, with lime juice, simple syrup, crushed mint, gin and house-made ginger beer, and the Blackberry Bramble, with gin, lemon juice, simple syrup and blackberries. Read more.
Standout drinks are the unusual Honey-Nut Old Fashioned and the Hudson Breeze Fizz, a gin and brandy drink balanced with baked apple foam. Read more.
The $19 prix fixe lunch menu, "the Steal," includes small plates—such as vegetable spring rolls and tuna tartare cones—and large plates, such as the hearty, Korean-influenced Spicy Filet Salad. Read more.
The menu's more novel options include the Whiskey Fig Fizz ($12), which combines fig jam and Glenfiddich Scotch with egg whites and bitters to make a foamy, not-too-sweet beverage. Read more.
Standout cocktails include the Mr. Howell ($9), with single-malt scotch, aged rum, lime juice, and maple syrup. Try it with a grilled cheese sandwich, which stacks up with the best in Brooklyn. Read more.
Standout dishes include the steak tacos and the chorizo skillet served fajitas style. For cocktails, try the Sinatra Swing served with Bombay Sapphire, St. Germaine, lime, mint and simple syrup. Read more.
Patrons can list a few favorite fruits, spices and spirits, and a mixologist whips up a drink tailored to their tastes. Imbibers can get as specific or as broad as they'd like. Read more.
"Slightly Oliver" means slightly drunk in cockney slang. And it is pretty easy to get that way at the sophisticated new Upper West Side bar of the same name. Read more.
A standout cocktail is the Great Jones, a blend of Famous Grouse Scotch, Fee's Black Walnut Bitters and maple syrup served neat. Read more.
The lounge's dark wood paneling, fireplace, Frederic Remington horse paintings, the low lighting, and the men in suits and ties—despite a recent loosening of the dress code—still beckon another age. Read more.