Following on the heels of hotspots like the swanky NoHo piano bar, The Nines, and the recently debuted LES wine bar, Le Dive, the latest venture from Golden Age Hospitality (The Happiest Hour, ACME) by industry veteran Jon Neidich hit Williamsburg in the form of a late 1800s art nouveau-styled cocktail spot called Deux Chats. The spot’s main focus lies upon an eye-catching selection of skin-contact wines, house cocktails, and inventive martinis like the Kinky Martini (spicy vodka, poblano liqueur). When you’re feeling a bit peckish, there’s a range of raw bar offerings (like the show stopping Petit Plateau seafood tower) and small plates such as Beef Tartare and the Lobster Roll.
As the latest venture from Jon Neidich of Golden Age Hospitality, this follow-up to recent hits like the swanky NoHo piano bar, The Nines, and LES wine bar, Le Dive, opened its doors last month. Styled in a late 1800s art nouveau design, the Parisian-inspired Deux Chats serves up chilled martinis, skin-contact wine, small plates like Wagyu Beef Tartare, plus an impressive range of raw bar offerings. In addition to á la carte offerings, go for either the Petit Plateau (oysters, shrimp cocktail, and clams served with Brioche Buttons and seaweed butter) or the larger Grand Plateau (which includes the aforementioned seafood plus a whole lobster and Alaskan king crab).