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The Dead Rabbit
Today 11:00 am – 4:00 am
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30 Water St New York, NY 10004
30 Water StUSNYNew York10004
$$Bar, Cocktail BarToday 11:00 am – 4:00 am
Monday 11:00 am – 4:00 amTuesday 11:00 am – 4:00 amWednesday 11:00 am – 4:00 amThursday 11:00 am – 4:00 amFriday 11:00 am – 4:00 amSaturday 11:00 am – 4:00 amSunday 11:00 am – 4:00 am
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This 2-story spot combines a lunch taproom with a parlor serving small plates & vintage cocktails.- Google
People talk about cocktail menu, bartenders, irish whiskey, small plates and historically accurate
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Alexis Guerra
reviewed 3 weeks ago
This off-the-beaten-path bar reminds me of a speakeasy from the early 1900's. Decorated with old black and white photos, sawdust covered floors and a vibe reminiscent of an old-time tavern, the downstairs taproom is perfect for unwinding with a pint of Guinness. Upstairs, however, is where the real magic happens in my opinion. Though you might wait until space allows, the cocktail lounge, or parlor, that resides on the 2nd floor is where you might have imagine the "upper classes" to have wined and dined. The cocktail menu and selection is impeccable and the staff certainly knows how to create a palette pleasing drink that can suit a variety of consumers. I didn't have the chance to try their food menu but from the looks of it, it seemed to be on par with the cocktails. A lovely place to take friends or visitors for a special occasion, I highly recommend hitting this spot up if you happen to be in the area.
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Keegan Dollinger
reviewed 2 months ago
Although this place is pretty new, they make you feel like you're in the 1800s. Great selection of whiskey and great atmosphere. I will definitely come back.
Matthew Lombardi
reviewed a month ago
The cocktails on the 2nd floor are some of the best in NYC. And who can beat the sawdust floored beer bar on the first floor? This place is pretty darn awesome.
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William Holmes
reviewed 2 months ago
Came here for my birthday after many, MANY recommendations from bartender friends. Despite the hour wait for a table in the Parlour upstairs, it was well worth it. Perfect atmosphere, great staff and above all, great cocktails. Even if you find the menu (yes, it's a book!) a little daunting, the staff can usually recommend you something depending on what you feel like. An absolute must for denizens on New York and visitors from afar if you enjoy a fun, relaxed environment to sip down a few well-crafted drinks with friends or alone and just enjoy life.
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Jonathan Richards
reviewed 2 months ago
Excellent cocktails. My only complaint is that it does get very crowded very fast after work, uncomfortably crowded. Worth it if you can deal with it.
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Christopher Westendorf
reviewed 4 months ago
This is not only the new scene for the world but for the globe. Any cocktail lounge connoisseur should visit this place as it won best new bar in the world, most creative cocktail menu in the world, and international bartender of the year from the sundance of cocktail competitions- tales of the cocktail. I first started in the taproom where they have only drinks from the early 1900's with the exception of newer beers and was there for their "free lunch" fried oysters. Then we moved up to the parlour where we sat at the bar with the mixologist. I have to say you get great service here. They know how to seat people and you at most will wait 3 minutes for a drink. Besides the service they have a leather bound book that probably has over 50 cocktails in it and new york's largest whiskey selection.
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