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Angel's Share
Today 6:00 pm – 1:30 am
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8 Stuyvesant St New York, NY 10003
8 Stuyvesant StreetUSNew YorkNew York10003
(212) 777-5415
$$$Bar, Cocktail BarToday 6:00 pm – 1:30 am
Monday 6:00 pm – 1:30 amTuesday 6:00 pm – 1:30 amWednesday 6:00 pm – 1:30 amThursday 6:00 pm – 1:30 amFriday 6:00 pm – 2:30 amSaturday 6:00 pm – 2:30 amSunday 6:00 pm – 1:30 am
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Speakeasy-style bar in the East Village offering exotic cocktails in a cool, hard-to-find space.- Google
"Amazing cocktails, in a japanese restaurant."
35 reviewers
"Try asking for an earl gray vodka based drink and you won't be disappointed."
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Renaud Bourassa
2 weeks ago
Great cocktails. Great service. Great decor. If you are willing to wait for a seat, this is a great place for intimate drinks. The cocktails are creative and well executed.
Sierra Strassberg
3 months ago
Had a wonderful time at this speakeasy cocktail bar! Went in right as it opened at 6PM. Got a seat at the bar right away. It was a true pleasure to watch these incredibly professional bartenders work. The bartenders are the epitome of professional. Attentive but not everbearing, precise but not too slow. I highly recomend stopping by if you are looking for a nice cocktail in the mostly beer-and-shot area of St. Marks.
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Dianna Chou
4 months ago
Small place - There tends to be a wait. Perhaps even up to an hour. Nice relaxing ambiance Lots of interesting cocktails, many with some Japanese or other asian ingredients Drinks: - There was one with plum salt which was really tasty. It was sour puckery and the drink was sweet. A fun drink.
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Ilya Plotnikov
6 months ago
I've been to this place several times and it was ok, but today experience broke everything. I always thought it's a great Japanese bar, but I was wrong. There was a huge line, so we were waiting for about 30 minutes. Then we saw how a group of three Japanese girls went into the bar and talked to a waitress. All off them laughed and stuff and then those girls got a table right away. Of course we left the place and won't be back ever. I'd better go to an Irish pub and get a glass of Jack instead of being discriminated in Angel's Share.
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Robert Rish
3 weeks ago
Fantastic speakeasy bar with warm intimate decor, deliciously creative cocktails, and superb service. The only thing that was faulty was their closing at 1:30am. :)
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Cheryl Hung
a month ago
Gorgeous little bar inside Village Yochoko, an average Japanese restaurant, where the Japanese mixologists serve delicious cocktails. Watching them shake those cocktails is well worth the wait...
Wilson Duong
5 months ago
Atmosphere: 5/5 Drinks: 5/5 Service: 3/5 - it was a little slow and difficult to grab your server's attention due to the layout and darkness of the bar. Intimate speakeasy with pricey drinks that will blow your mind. As a New Yorker, I am a little ashamed to have never been to a speakeasy. Angel's share was my very first experience and it was really enjoyable. The front room was very busy and crowded when I showed up, but the back room was less busy with sofas to sit on. Smoke in your eyes - delicious and esthetic drink. Smoke will literally get in your eyes and nostrils. Strong but smooth. Cheek to cheek - weak, sweet, reminds me of a dessert. It's a yogurt alcoholic drink - my lady friend thought it was the best drink in her life.
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Jenny Dorsey
8 months ago
Still the favorite speakeasy in a speakeasy-full city. This place is calm and inviting, the drinks are consistently top-notch, the blends interesting, the bartenders knowledgeable and friendly. It's also perfectly set in a yakitori restaurant if you're a wee tipsy after and want something to eat. Its classy interior is a welcome getaway in the East Village neighborhood without being even a bit pretentious.