Death & Co.

Death & Co.

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433 E. 6th St., New York, NY 10009, United States
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Features
Great cocktails, Secret or underground

Inspired by the 1920s speakeasy motif, this New York bar is sequestered behind a large, wooden door and features a sophisticated cocktail menu. With dark banquettes and tables dimly lit by small chandeliers and candles, the interior provides a chic atmosphere for enjoying innovative cocktail creations like the Paper Tiger (made with serrano chile–infused gin, manzanilla sherry, lime, and grapefruit) and Diamond Heist, a concoction of rum, cachaça, pineapple, and Pêche de Vigne. Wine, whiskey, and brandy are also served, as are a number of small plates, including spicy fried cornichons and truffle macaroni.

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