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134 Eldridge St New York, NY 10002, United States
134 Eldridge StreetUSNew YorkNew York10002
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Innovative, creative cocktails & classic concoctions mixed up in an industrial-style space.- Google
"Love the atmosphere, and the bartenders are fun guys."
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"We then proceeded to order two more bourbon drinks which were also delicious."
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Alex Riches
a month ago
Smug, pretentious and unfriendly! Its so disappointing when recommended a great venue and the staff let it down....the doorman (pr bitch) greeted us with a snobby, patronising welcome (that's you Tom) we waited in a bar next door for an hour (ghost bar - great place) and when finally invited in were told to stand out the way.... We are in the hospitality business, service and welcoming manners always should come first, quiet frankly Tom and the bar are style over substance!
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Carolyn De Melo
5 months ago
Hole in the wall, but a wonderful swanky experience with suave bartenders and out of this world cocktails. The door to this place is entirely unassuming, but once inside, it is a long dark hallway with dark, romantic lighting. It is one of those places where you tell them what you like, and then they make you something. This is the only place I've had a cocktail with both mezcal and tequila, and I won't soon forget the drinks here. Again, I need to mention how humorous, attractive, and friendly the bartenders are.
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Douglas Park
a month ago
If you take a girl out on a date here and don't get laid, you have a problem.
David Shelton
2 months ago
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Elayne S.
a week ago
How to get in: No reservations, no menu, no website – not even a telephone number. Attaboy is the epitome of understatements. Find the steel door with “AB” on it and knock (maybe more than once or press the buzzer).
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Hannibal Smith
11 months ago
Been here a couple of times now each time has been pretty great. The last time I was here was on a Wed night after a long night of drinking. This was one of the only places I remember drinking at. My first cocktail at most cocktail spots was an old fashion, being as weird as I am I asked to use honey instead of sugar.... go figure.... Usually when I ask for it most bar keeps over power it with honey and never let it dissolve properly this was not the case. We then proceeded to order two more bourbon drinks which were also delicious. -- Great bar keep -- Great liquors -- Small more intimate space (low key)
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Christopher Westendorf
8 months ago
This place is great. It took a little luck to find it, as it is hidden behind an unassuming door that looks like it could be a residence. Once you get in you will treated to delicious cocktails that are assigned to you once you tell them what kind of spirit you are. Ross and McIlroy are Milk and Honey Alumni that understand the art and spirit of the speakeasy cocktail lounge. This place will not disappoint if you are looking for a great cocktail while you are in the LES.
Niall Moen
3 months ago
Great bar and the barmen are more than willing to make whatever you can come up with.