Dead Rabbit has been named ‘World’s Best Bar’ several years in a row — in fact, cocktail connoisseurs travel to New York simply to visit this iconic bar. Styled after an Irish pub with a modern twist, Dead Rabbit has plenty of character packed into three cozy floors. There are three bars within Dead Rabbit: The Taproom, The Parlor and The Occasional, each offering a different menu and ambience. The Taproom is the ground-floor pub with great craft beer, whisky, their world-famous Irish coffee and Guinness — not to mention a prime rib roast on Sundays. Upstairs, The Parlor is inspired by the Golden Age of cocktails — the menu tells a story through the decades inspired by founder John Morrissey’s New York adventures starting in the 1970s. Come here for live jazz and very strong drinks. Upstairs, The Occasional is the perfect place to host a private party. Each floor is dimly lit with low-hung ceilings and high-top tables. Expect a sensory journey told through cocktails (made my expert mixologists) and a grand old time.
30 Water Street, New York, New York 10004
+1 646 422 7906, deadrabbitnyc.com