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The Dead Rabbit Grocery and Grog
Cocktail Bar$$
Today 11:00 am – 11:00 pm
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30 Water St New York, NY 10004
30 Water StreetUSNew YorkNew York10004
(646) 422-7906deadrabbitnyc.com
$$Cocktail Bar, Small Plates Restaurant
Cocktail Bar
Small Plates Restaurant
Salad Shop
Today 11:00 am – 11:00 pm
Monday 11:00 am – 11:00 pmTuesday 11:00 am – 11:00 pmWednesday 11:00 am – 11:00 pmThursday 11:00 am – 11:00 pmFriday 11:00 am – 11:00 pmSaturday 11:00 am – 11:00 pmSunday 11:00 am – 11:00 pm
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This 2-story spot combines a lunch taproom with a parlor serving small plates & vintage cocktails.- Google
"The Irish Whiskey varieties are abundant, as is the Scotch."
"Helped me pick out a Irish whisky and suggest things for the future."
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Steven Crago
4 months ago
I eat dinner here 2 - 3 times a week whenever I'm in the Financial District on business. You've got to get there before 5:00pm if you want to sit downstairs. The staff are the greatest around and are always courteous and friendly; the food is incredible, I'm partial to the pork belly sliders and the braised rabbit. The Irish Whiskey varieties are abundant, as is the Scotch. This is a must visit place if you are in the area.
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Lori Luo
7 months ago
The Dead Rabbit is one of the gems along the otherwise deserted area along South Street Seaport. It's split into two levels: the downstairs Tapoom and the upstairs Parlour Room. The Taproom resembles your typical bar; a long wooden table with plenty of beers on tap, but the best bet is to wait for a seat in the upstairs Parlour, which offers a specialized cocktail menu that's organized in a leather-bound book. The The Peach Blow Fizz is an perfect summer drink, made of London Dry Gin, Strawberry Cordial, Bittermens Burlesque Bitters, and finished off lime and lemon juice, rhubarb soda, and fresh cream. A number of savory dishes, like the Chips with Dip, savory pies, sandwiches, and more can also be ordered as well.
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Dmitry Bratslavsky
a month ago
Pricey, always packed, but a great place. One of the best in NY
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Rejane S
4 months ago
This is without a doubt the best bar in the financial district. Great beer, good selection of cocktails and some really beautiful pub food.
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Matt Cannon
4 months ago
Dead Rabbit is a great experience; the staff, the atmosphere, the cocktails, the small plates, and the cool cocktail book menu all made for a pleasant evening. The only negative was the bread pudding. I recommend the pate and the $1 oysters available at certain times.
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Andrew Duchi
8 months ago
Came here for a weeknight cocktail and was impressed by how friendly and helpful the staff was, in spite of a deluge of day traders acting like complete arses all around. Was also quite impressed by the fare. Burger was absolutely incredible and unexpected in what I thought was primarily a cocktail bar. And those cocktails were fantastic!
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Kyle Harder
7 months ago
An incredible cocktail experience. The location is a stretch outside of the normal villages stomping grounds for quality cocktails, but it's worth the trip. The 2nd floor is the main attraction, but don't discount the ground floor. It's all great!
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Tim Faustini
8 months ago
I went here for a late night cocktail and was thoroughly impressed. In the parlor, they have a wide selection of cocktails, under a number of different themes centered on the life of old New York gang leader, John Morrissey. The decor in the taproom and the parlor also seem to evoke that era in different ways.I can only speak for the "Tammany Stalwart" and the "Fighting Irish" each of which we're delicious. While this may seem a bit too thematic, they really manage to pull it off.
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