This gin parlor, complete with antique Victorian-style furniture, chandeliers, a fireplace, and exposed brick walls, serves late-night food, affordable gin-centric cocktails, and has a house gin made in partnership with North Shore Distillery. Created from a unique combination of botanicals, including juniper, cardamom, coriander, cinnamon, anise seed, citrus peels, and osthmanthus blossoms, if you don’t try the house gin, you are making a mistake.
No. of gins: 100+
What to order: Scofflaw’s lead mixologist Danny Shapiro says the gin martini (3:1 ratio, gin to dry vermouth with a dash of House Orange Bitters, served up or rocks with a lemon coin or olives) is the best way to experience the diverse gin selection.