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1259 Park Ave New York, NY 10029
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This cozy cocktail haunt features a bartop with mixed nuts suspended in epoxy & other quirky decor.- Google
"The bartender is super friendly, and he mixes the best Moscow mule ever!"
"I'd highly recommend their sazerac, New Orlean's oldest cocktail."
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Brandon Veremis
2 months ago
I have only ordered beverages here, and I can attest to the craftiness that was involved in the construction of their drinks. I had their old fashioned, as well as some of the craft beer on tap. It is slightly on the more expensive side--most specialty cocktail bars usually are--but their happy hour when I went includes two for one beers, which tend to err towards the craft brew side of the sud spectrum.
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Matt Kroll
5 months ago
Cocktails are the main focus here, and they are done well. The space is small, dark, and intimate, which worked well with the overall feel. The bartender seemed pretty nice, and he was playing a nice selection of dub and reggae while we were there. I'd go back for sure.
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Jesi Mac Leod
a year ago
very cool speak easy without pretensions. The bartender is super friendly, and he mixes the best Moscow mule ever! you can seat at the window and stare at park av, or in the more intimate room at the back
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Ronnie Adamowicz
2 years ago
Really chill and cool drinks. Cool peeps. Cool vibe.
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Valerie Lambert Kroll
5 months ago
Came here for a beer which wasn't a choice because they only have three - this is more of a cocktail bar. I ordered a Moscow mule and it was very well balanced. This place is super tiny, but I liked the chill vibe with the reggae music and antique chandeliers.
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Marshall Crumiller
a year ago
This place is great for a private, intimate experience with a few people. There's a small, very secluded single-booth room in the very back that can seat about 8, and the front area has a few small tables. As long as you know it's not a bar to roam around in (it is very small), it's very enjoyable. The drinks are superb. They're a bit on the pricey side, but similarly priced to other comparable locations in NY that serve high-end drinks. The bartenders know what they're doing and make great drinks. I'd highly recommend their sazerac, New Orlean's oldest cocktail.
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Jeff R
2 years ago
Its really small, if you have more than 10 people be ready to stand. No food, credit card only if 20 and over. For the area they have great beer, dark atmosphere but , , after two beers I rather walk somewhere else.
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Matthew Smith
2 years ago
mixed service that favors regulars, get to know them and you'll be taken care of in this (barely) harlem joint.