New York City has so much to offer that you can easily get lost among all the options and get lost in the process of finding what you want to do. Besides the cultural and entertainment venues there are a lot of restaurants and bars that you can visit and have a great and fun experience.
This is why it is useful for you to make a plan of what you want to see and do while you are visiting the city and one great thing that can help you in this is the High Bar, New York.
The number of choices can be confusing, so we want to go over some of the best bars we think you should visit.
The Dead Rabbit
This bar is a snapshot from the nineteenth century with a canister emblem of a rabbit stuck on a pipe. Besides an excellent design, and a unique and authentic feel you get from staying in the bar they also offer a range of historically accurate drinks like The Byrrh Wine Daisy and Puckery rhubarb soda.
The bar is good for sipping cocktails and whiskey after work, and for a casual talk among friend, or for a date. You have the downstairs and an upstairs, and each part has its own specific feel. One extra catch is the fact that all the drinks have historical references that explain the origin of the drink and the short history of its use.
This is an elegant and cultured bar located in Brooklyn, designed and owned by the mother of cocktail mixology Julie Reiner. The interior draws on the Victorian tradition and there are a lot of details that demonstrate this. Alongside them, you have a marble-topped bar and tables and a lot of vintage leather chairs and the centerpiece is the 19th-century mahogany bar and a functioning fireplace. A drink you should definitely try in this place is the Improved Whiskey Cocktail, and if you get hungry you can have a bite of crispy chips fried in duck fat.
This bar draws inspiration from the historic New Orleans bars while it gives it its New York flavor. The bar was brought to life by owner Joshua Boissy with help from the designers that made the Moto bar which is also nearby.
The bar has a 1000 square feet garden, and a range of drinks on offer. You should definitely try the absinthe inspired drinks, and you can choose between 19 international varieties of the drink. This should give you enough to do while you are in there. Besides the absinthe inspired drinks, you can choose from a range of famous cocktails. The entire bar menu is designed to stimulate your taste buds and to make you feel like you have died and gone to alcoholic heaven. This is definitely a place you should visit if you are a fan of these drinks.