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159 Duane St New York, NY 10013
159 Duane StreetUSNew YorkNew York10013
(212) 766-3202weatherupnyc.com
$$$Event Venue, Cocktail BarToday 5:00 pm – 12:00 am
Monday 5:00 pm – 12:00 amTuesday 5:00 pm – 12:00 amWednesday 5:00 pm – 12:00 amThursday 5:00 pm – 2:00 amFriday 5:00 pm – 2:00 amSaturday 5:00 pm – 2:00 amSunday Closed
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Slick TriBeCa watering hole with craft cocktails, sophisticated bar snacks & subway-tiled walls.- Google
"It's okay best describes our cocktail experience on tuesday night."
8 reviewers
"It's the least pretentious place in Tribeca - which says a lot."
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Dan Lee
3 weeks ago
Great venue with some of the best cocktails around. Highly enjoyable night out with a smokey crowd.
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Piers Platt
a month ago
Cool decor and bespoke cocktails, trendy spot
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Lisa Teiger
a year ago
it's okay best describes our cocktail experience on tuesday night. We had reservations for Khe-yo next door to celebrate hubby's 60th and thought we'd get all fancy with a crafted adult beverage. Fancy grilled cheese appetizer was delicious and helped to quell the hunger pains before dinner. First boo-hoo was that when I ordered the Rebel Flip Flop, was informed that "unfortunately" they were out of heavy cream (at 6:20pm in the city that never sleeps???) for the cocktail I selected... Can you say busboy run to the bodega? The waiter offered to put together a cocktail under t"he keep calm and carry on" category and basically it was a well executed but boring version of a whiskey sour. He really didn't get what I was looking for - something exciting and unusual but I would say that nothing on that we sampled tasted as good as it sounded on the menu. Overall pleasant but disappointing. Hubby had the PickPocket - nice, very gingery - which took over most of the flavors but didn't have the subtle nuances that great crafted cocktails like the ones we had had the previous week at Planters House in St. Louis had. Mind you we are chefs, caterers and travelers. Never happy with vin ordinaire. Sonny boy joined us and ordered a Count Basie - as he loves sour and loves spice. Had a hint of promised jalapeño but no discernible traces of the promised tangerine - mostly tasted of lime with a bit of spice. Okay but not amazing! and given the price etc. won't be back anytime soon.
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Bryan Pedersen
a year ago
Typical shady behavior by a pretend speakeasy. First I was overcharged on my drinks, secondly I was charged with a falsified tip of $14 on 4 drinks (I clearly remember putting $6). I called my credit card company and quickly got this taken care of. Will not be going back. Also, as an FYI there is no way to make a vodka soda bespoke, and no reason it should take 12 minutes to pour; just pour some ice, water and liquor into a glass, no need to wax mustache tips or chip ice by hand. Basically fabricated lameness and the above mentioned shady.
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Skyler Chi
5 months ago
This place is nothing short of spectacular. It's the least pretentious place in Tribeca - which says a lot. Reed makes drinks to perfection- his Sazerac is on point. The bar food is okay, but you're here for the well mixed drinks- not food. Highly recommended.
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andrew abony
7 months ago
Amazing drinks and a stunning atmosphere make this one of my favourite cocktail spots. Great for a post-dinner drink with someone special (or anyone really) or for a few drinks before heading out. I'm particularly fond of the ceiling in the interior of the bar, the magically formed ice cubes, but mostly, the strength of the drinks. The only downside is they close at midnight (damn neighbors)
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Sean Clark
6 months ago
One of the best mixology bars in NYC especially if you're a whiskey fan like myself.
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Kristi Murphy
a year ago
Let me tell you about this cocktail. Dark & Stormy. You think you know it, but you haven't had it from Weather Up. All of their drinks are artfully put together, down to the aesthetics and taste. This particular cocktail came in a tall glass, a rectangular ice cube that filled the glass, a metal straw (!!!) and garnished with candied ginger. CANDIED GINGER! Ok, I might be over reacting but the drink was phenomenal. Like many artisanal cocktail bars with a speakeasy feel, Weather Up is pricey. All the other cocktails I've had the pleasure of tasting here are also lovely but the Dark and Stormy remains my favorite.
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