Browsing the "Hidden entrance" Category

Raines Law Room

July 31st, 2012 | by Dipsology

Meaghan Dorman’s speakeasy type bar is one of the best of its kind. Located in an unmarked building on 17th Street, once you enter, you’ll be escorted to an intimate banquette or any one of the mismatched, tufted sofas and chairs that spot the rest of the room.

Little Branch

July 27th, 2012 | by Dipsology

An outpost of the Sasha Petraske and the Milk & Honey team in the West Village, expect the same high level of cocktail craftsmanship, without the reservation policy, and a less hidden – but still kind of obscure – entrance

Employees Only

July 23rd, 2012 | by Dipsology

A fixture of the West Village scene, Employees Only is the first of Dushan Zaric’s NY bars. The cocktails range from classic to original creations – like the Fraise Sauvage with gin and strawberries – and they also serve dinner, with the kitchen open late

Bathtub Gin

July 23rd, 2012 | by Dipsology

Don't worry, they don't make gin in the copper bathtubs that dot this rather spacious bar located behind a coffee shop on 9th Avenue - or at least, not that we know of.

Angel’s Share

July 20th, 2012 | by Dipsology

One of the older – and smallest, and most difficult to find – cocktail bars in Manhattan, to get into Angel’s Share you walk up a staircase, into a second rate Japanese restaurant, and turn left into what looks like it might be a broom closet.

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