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The Tippler
Cocktail Bar$$
Today 4:00 pm – 12:00 am
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Chelsea Market 425 W 15th St New York, NY 10011
425 West 15th StreetUSNew YorkNew York10011
$$Cocktail Bar, RestaurantToday 4:00 pm – 12:00 am
Monday 4:00 pm – 12:00 amTuesday 4:00 pm – 12:00 amWednesday 4:00 pm – 12:00 amThursday 4:00 pm – 12:00 amFriday 4:00 pm – 12:00 amSaturday 4:00 pm – 12:00 amSunday 4:00 pm – 12:00 am
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Atmospheric tavern beneath Chelsea Market with creative cocktails, salvaged decor & DJs.- Google
"Great cocktail bar with a nice vibe."
"Not the greatest selection of beers on tap but it will do."
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Adrian Sanchez
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Must do while in Meatpacking district. Seems like a local bar, good cocktails and good selection of beer. The best is to go there with friends and hit the Photo Booth after a couple of drinks. Priceless pics!
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Heather D'Amico
5 months ago
My go-to spot for after office hours. Have had great times going with a big group on a Saturday night, though there's a line most of the time. And have also had a very lovely time going in a date during the week with my boyfriend. Good atmosphere and drinks and apps.
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Tyler Lund
4 months ago
I guess we hit it on an off night, but before dinner on a Saturday night, there was no crowd and the bar was nice and relaxing. The beer list is not very extensive, but the cocktails are great. Loved the spice level and strong favors in them. Service was quick and we were able to get drinks and make our dinner reservation quickly.
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Heather Teicher
9 months ago
Cool bar in meatpacking. Much more casual and relaxed than other spots. Weeknights this is the tech hangout (Google offices are across the street). Weekends you get some locals and bridge and tunnelers. It gets crowded and loud. The drinks are good. Food menu is small and nothing special. A nice place to start the night.
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Justin Levine
2 months ago
Just another reason why Chelsea Market is awesome regardless of the constant barrage of tourists. I'm lucky enough to work right by the Tippler. I had never been until late last year but a bunch of my co-workers were going one night so I tagged along. The place is a trip to get to as it's all the way in the basement of the market; what Melissa C. said about it being like a speakeasy without the pretension is dead on. Prices are very reasonable and the vibe is dead on; it's also larger than a closet unlike most speakeasies. The flip side is that the Tippler can be dicey on busy nights as it does pack out. But for a mid-week drink, it's second to none in this area. For Chelsea, the prices here are amazing. Unlike Bathtub Gin's $16-18 cocktails, here they're mostly $12. In addition they have a very good bottle/draft list for beer, a decent wine list, and they also have food (haven't tried it but I hope to eventually). The service is very good for a place like this, and that goes for the bartenders and waitresses. All in all there isn't much more you can ask for a bar. I hesitate to say the place is can't-miss or one-of-a-kind, but it is damned good.
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Shajib Azad
7 months ago
Very easy to miss as it is below ground inside a building. Can usually find it by the number of people waiting outside or the bouncer standing outside. Feels like an old school pub inside. Drinks are on point and vibe was great. Would recommend.
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Corrie Davidson
6 months ago
The Tippler is amazing. From the entrance to the artsy installations along the underground journey to the cellar-like temple to cocktails you discover. The All-Nighter rocked my world with its blend of George Dickel No. 8 Whisky, cacao, blackberry, Cointreau and lemon.
Ross Smith
4 months ago
Adam Cohn recc. Cool cocktail spot.