113 St. Marks Place
212 614 0386

Another not so secret speakeasy? Yah, it's definitely not so secret when even Esquire's married with kids drinks columnist knows about it. But we love him (and no one knows a good drink like him) so we were happy to see him there alongside us. It does come with all the rules: no standing, make a reservation and what not. They say it's casual and if there's space no problem but that's not true. A respect for a time when men wore hats (porkpies and fedoras of course), drank orange bitters and listened to Old Blue Eyes is what they're going for. Smacked up with a whole lot of new age attitude courtesy of fake vintage t shirts and tunes from the New Romantics (aka wannabe New Wave.) So a tad wannabe all around but still one of the best of the New Age speakeasy and a breath of fresh air (or no air considering the room) from the mega clubs of the past. p.s. it's through the phone booth inside the hot dogs place.


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