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This is a fun "speakeasy" in the heart of Little Italy. Walk down stairs and enter a bourbon style bar, out the backdoor is an outdoor patio. Its a nice spot to have after dinner drinks in Little Italy.
Once we found how to get in and walked to the back patio, I was pleasantly surprised. I did tell our server the types of flavored I like and what I got didn't really seem to match that at all. I finished my drink but...More
When you walk into an empty bar at opening time and get asked if you have a reservation... I think this bar is an example of how great places can be turned bad by staff with poor customer focus. We had only intended to stay...More
it was not that easy to spot the entry, but this is what speak-easy are about. My visit was on a Sunday night, so it was not crowded. the place is nice and cocktails were great. Am a Bourbon sour lover, and the MP's one...More
This is one of my favorite speakeasy cocktail bars in all of NYC, and for good reason. Their bartenders have definitely cut their teeth and make a mean drink - with whatever fresh ingredients they have - and if you don't like it, just say...More
The trick is in finding this bar! Just a red door, no sign, on Mulberry Street.
When you get in the bartender asks you a series of questions about your cocktail, mixer and spirit questions then gets to work on your cocktail using a wide...More
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While Little Italy is one of the city's smallest neighbourhoods, its streets are packed with visitors from around the globe, especially on summer weekends when the streets are closed to traffic. Stroll up Mulberry Street, the heart of Little Italy, for a dense mix of Italian restaurants with sidewalk tables, cafes, and old-school food shops. Don’t be surprised when the hosts beckon you to pay them a visit. Stop in
for a coffee and a cannoli, or grab a streetside table to take in the scenery over a hearty Italian meal.