You might feel like you’ve entered a stylish Manhattan penthouse when you pull up for a drink at this intimate cocktail den. The sole piece of art is a giant, Edward Hopperesque aviation painting, which sits across from the 12-seat central bar. At the Eddy, head bartender Jay Carr (who came here from the Dorrance, Providence’s other ritzy watering hole) holds court in a dapper waistcoat and tie. Carr’s concise, evocative cocktails mix and match different bitters, exotic liqueurs, and house-made cordials, all with a sense of humor—there’s a cider-focused Fiona Apple, and the popular Blood & Sand uses European spiced-cherry liqueur—alongside mainstays like Sazeracs and a gin and tonic (served on tap). New England craft beers, international wines, and decadent charcuterie round out the offerings.