Considered one of America’s 25 best cocktail bars by GQ magazine, this south Brooklyn watering hole blends multiple centuries with its exposed brick walls, 19th-century mahogany bar, tin-paneled ceiling, and artisan sour, daisy, punch, flip, and royale recipes going back to the 15th century. For pairings, the kitchen serves a mix of upscale bar snacks like deviled eggs and pulled pork mini sandwiches alongside more substantial entrees of steak over toast and house-cured Scottish salmon. A caviar service is also available, complete with ricotta bellinis and eggs mimosas. On weekends, the kitchen stays open until 3 a.m.
Start off with an old fashioned, which is chilled with a single, large, cylindrical piece of ice.
AmenitiesOpen / Closes
- Accessible by Public Transportation
- Cocktail Lounge
- Food Served
- Private/Party Room Available
- Table Service