The Dead Rabbit
A Financial District mega-pub from the best bartenders in the world

New York

From a team that includes "International Barman" Sean Muldoon of 2010's "World's Best Cocktail Bar" the Merchant Hotel, and Jack McGarry of Milk & Honey London, The Dead Rabbit is is a bi-level cocktail sanctum, taproom, and grocery serving a crazily extensive lineup of libations inspired by the Civil War and the Tammany Hall era, so you know you're gonna be drinking like a boss.

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1. The Dead Rabbit 30 Water St, New York, NY 10004

The Dead Rabbit is a cocktail sanctum, taproom, small-plates resto, and "grocery." This Irish-American-inspired duplex in the Financial District -- boasting vintage saloon-like vibes and decor -- will make you feel as if you've traveled back in time. The taproom, which is located on the ground floor, is a traditional Anglo-Hibernian pub, where you can order craft beers, bottled punch, and a variety of whiskeys. If you walk upstairs you'll find the parlor, with an ambiance equally as charming as the pub, but with a heavier focus on communal punch and cocktails. The small "grocery" is actually a corner in the taproom, where they sell an assortment of dry goods, but most notably Irish and British imports that are otherwise hard to find.

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