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The Dead Rabbit
Nestled in the heart of the Financial District in New York City, The Dead Rabbit is a beloved bar and restaurant that has made a name for itself since its opening in 2013. Its storied history dates back to the mid-19th century when it served as a taproom for Irish immigrants who flocked to the area to escape from the Great Famine. Today, The Dead Rabbit continues to draw on its Irish roots to offer a unique blend of classic and modern cocktails, drawing in both local and international crowds. A fitting homage to its past, The Dead Rabbit has earned its nickname as “the Irish bar that serves American drinks.” With two floors, each floor having its own bar, The Dead Rabbit boasts a vast array of cocktails and a warm and inviting atmosphere. The ground floor, known as the Taproom, offers traditional pub fare while the second floor, the Parlor, is a more formal dining experience with an extensive food menu to complement the drinks. One of the key features of The Dead Rabbit is its commitment to quality ingredients and exceptional service. It has earned numerous accolades, including being named the "World's Best Bar" by the prestigious World's 50 Best Bars in 2016. Whether it's a classic Irish whiskey or a contemporary cocktail creation, The Dead Rabbit guarantees a one-of-a-kind experience for all its patrons.
30 Water St, New York, NY 10004, New York
Monday 12 PM–2 AM Tuesday 12 PM–2 AM Wednesday 12 PM–3 AM Friday 12 PM–3 AM Saturday 12 PM–2 AM
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