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Cocktail Trends for Fall/Winter
New York City
BlackTail
2
New York City, NY
Flavors & Ingredients
• Sarsaparilla
• Pear Soda
• Arbol Chili
• Elderberry
• Smoked Black Peppercorn
• Mole Bitters
BlackTail
2nd floor, Pier A Harbor House
22 Battery Place, New York, NY 10004
Sean Muldoon and Jack McGarry, co-
founders of The Dead Rabbit, flew from
Belfast, Northern Ireland, to New York
with a plan: to create the world’s best
cocktail bar.
BlackTail harks back to the expat life in
Havana with its highballs, punches and
sours, as well as rich American fare
with an emphasis on seafood. The main
bar, paneled in dark wood with vintage
photos and ads, is set off by illuminated
stained glass overhead, while a fronded
‘lobby’area is lighter in tone, with
leather couches, bookshelves and a
retro globe.
Pouring Ribbons
3
New York City, NY
Pouring Ribbons
225 Avenue B
New York, NY 10009
Flavors & Ingredients
• Cardamom
• Chocolate Milk-Washed Koch
Espadin Mezcal
• Mascarpone
• Activated Charcoal
• Maple
Toby Maloney—a bartending O.G. at the
legendary Milk & Honey and Pegu Club—
boasts enough star power to roll out a spot
on his own. But the gifted drinks slinger,
along with business partner Jason Cott,
recruited top cocktail talents Joaquín Simó
(Death & Company) and Troy Sidle (the
Violet Hour) to form something of a booze-
powered Fantastic Four. The team has set
up pioneering bars across the country in
places like Nashville (the Patterson House)
and Chicago (the Violet Hour), as well as
working on consulting gigs in Gotham.
Pouring Ribbons marks the all-star squad’s
solo debut in New York, with one of the
year’s most exciting new drinks menus and a
capacious teal-daubed barroom.
Mace
4
New York City, NY
Mace
649 E 9th St
New York, NY 10009
Flavors & Ingredients
• Cinnamon Brewed Chicha Morada
• Red Cabbage Syrup
• Basmati Rice Water
• Cedarwood Bitters
• Kuromitsu
• Yerba Mate-infused Pisco
From a veteran cocktail crew comes this
Alphabet City watering hole emphasizing
spicy and herbal infusions in its drinks (think
cumin syrup and tobacco essence). The
slender barroom includes banquette seats in
addition to stools and also offers flatbreads
and charcuterie boards.
The barmen center the booze menu on
international flavors from their collective
time abroad, with each cocktail titled for a
spice used in it. Those imported seasonings
are showcased in mason jars around the
spice-market–inspired space, and also turn
up in the bar snacks from Maharlika chef
Miguel Trinidad. The goods here are bold,
sure, but with just enough temperance to
leave you wanting more.
Attaboy
5
New York City, NY
Attaboy
134 Eldridge St
New York, NY 10002
Flavors & Ingredients
• No menu…mixologists improvise
based on what you're in the mood for
and what fresh ingredients they have
that day.
The former Milk and Honey digs have
been reinvented by two former
employees, Sam Ross and Michael
McIlroy.
At this LES cocktail bar, where the fancy
drinks are concocted in a slightly
reworked space with booths and a long
bartop; accessed by knocking at the
unmarked door, it doesn't require
reservations, though the cocktails are
just as mind-bending (and expensive) as
before.
Maison Premiere
6
Brooklyn, NY
Maison Premiere
298 Bedford Ave
Brooklyn, NY 11211
Flavors & Ingredients
• Pecan
• Honey
• Sage
• Habanero Shrub
• Turmeric
• Snapdragon
Maison Premiere, an Oyster House and
Cocktail Den reflective of the staple
establishments of New York, Paris and
New Orleans.
Their Absinthe list boasts the largest
collection of premium Absinthes in New
York City and in honor of the ceremony
and traditions of Absinthe, Maison
Premiere’s ode to the green fairy can be
found center stage dispensing chilled
water in the form of the world’s most
accurate working replica of the Absinthe
fountain which once flowed in the Olde
Absinthe House of New Orleans.
Fresh Kills
7
Brooklyn, NY
Fresh Kills
161 Grand St
Brooklyn, NY 11249
Flavors & Ingredients
• Nutmeg
• Cayenne Pepper
• Housemade Orgeat
• Housemade Ginger Syrup
• Pickled Walnut
Fresh Kills serves meticulously and
fastidiously-crafted cocktails with fresh
ingredients, housemade syrups, hand-cut
ice, and quality booze.
Classic cocktails with impeccable
provenance, fresh, premium ingredients
and perfect proportional wizardry that
somehow make you open your eyes and
question if you’ve ever truly tasted an
old-fashioned or negroni before. The
menu here boasts Boccato’s usual
puritanical emphasis on drinks from the
history books and mania for detail,
which means specialty ice and
annotations on the historical inspiration
behind each menu item…
Grand Army
8
Brooklyn, NY
Grand Army
336 State St
Brooklyn, NY 11217
Flavors & Ingredients
• Hot Pepper Tincture
• Carrot Tincture
• Black Cardamom Maple Syrup
• Toasted Cinnamon
• Beet Juice
• Cocoa Nib Ghost Chili Campari
The laid-back space has vintage light
fixtures and a wood-burning fireplace.
You’ll spot tincture-style droppers on the
raw bar filled with sauces to accompany
seafood.
Drinks were developed by head
bartender/co-owner Damon Boelte.
Head bartender and co-owner Damon
Boelte is from Lone Wolf, Oklahoma. An
award-winning bartender and decade-
long Brooklyn resident, Damon has
worked at LeNell's Ltd., a renowned
spirits shop, and Prime Meats in Carroll
Gardens.
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New York's Best Cocktail Bars Fall/Winter 2016

  • 1. Cocktail Trends for Fall/Winter New York City
  • 2. BlackTail 2 New York City, NY Flavors & Ingredients • Sarsaparilla • Pear Soda • Arbol Chili • Elderberry • Smoked Black Peppercorn • Mole Bitters BlackTail 2nd floor, Pier A Harbor House 22 Battery Place, New York, NY 10004 Sean Muldoon and Jack McGarry, co- founders of The Dead Rabbit, flew from Belfast, Northern Ireland, to New York with a plan: to create the world’s best cocktail bar. BlackTail harks back to the expat life in Havana with its highballs, punches and sours, as well as rich American fare with an emphasis on seafood. The main bar, paneled in dark wood with vintage photos and ads, is set off by illuminated stained glass overhead, while a fronded ‘lobby’area is lighter in tone, with leather couches, bookshelves and a retro globe.
  • 3. Pouring Ribbons 3 New York City, NY Pouring Ribbons 225 Avenue B New York, NY 10009 Flavors & Ingredients • Cardamom • Chocolate Milk-Washed Koch Espadin Mezcal • Mascarpone • Activated Charcoal • Maple Toby Maloney—a bartending O.G. at the legendary Milk & Honey and Pegu Club— boasts enough star power to roll out a spot on his own. But the gifted drinks slinger, along with business partner Jason Cott, recruited top cocktail talents Joaquín Simó (Death & Company) and Troy Sidle (the Violet Hour) to form something of a booze- powered Fantastic Four. The team has set up pioneering bars across the country in places like Nashville (the Patterson House) and Chicago (the Violet Hour), as well as working on consulting gigs in Gotham. Pouring Ribbons marks the all-star squad’s solo debut in New York, with one of the year’s most exciting new drinks menus and a capacious teal-daubed barroom.
  • 4. Mace 4 New York City, NY Mace 649 E 9th St New York, NY 10009 Flavors & Ingredients • Cinnamon Brewed Chicha Morada • Red Cabbage Syrup • Basmati Rice Water • Cedarwood Bitters • Kuromitsu • Yerba Mate-infused Pisco From a veteran cocktail crew comes this Alphabet City watering hole emphasizing spicy and herbal infusions in its drinks (think cumin syrup and tobacco essence). The slender barroom includes banquette seats in addition to stools and also offers flatbreads and charcuterie boards. The barmen center the booze menu on international flavors from their collective time abroad, with each cocktail titled for a spice used in it. Those imported seasonings are showcased in mason jars around the spice-market–inspired space, and also turn up in the bar snacks from Maharlika chef Miguel Trinidad. The goods here are bold, sure, but with just enough temperance to leave you wanting more.
  • 5. Attaboy 5 New York City, NY Attaboy 134 Eldridge St New York, NY 10002 Flavors & Ingredients • No menu…mixologists improvise based on what you're in the mood for and what fresh ingredients they have that day. The former Milk and Honey digs have been reinvented by two former employees, Sam Ross and Michael McIlroy. At this LES cocktail bar, where the fancy drinks are concocted in a slightly reworked space with booths and a long bartop; accessed by knocking at the unmarked door, it doesn't require reservations, though the cocktails are just as mind-bending (and expensive) as before.
  • 6. Maison Premiere 6 Brooklyn, NY Maison Premiere 298 Bedford Ave Brooklyn, NY 11211 Flavors & Ingredients • Pecan • Honey • Sage • Habanero Shrub • Turmeric • Snapdragon Maison Premiere, an Oyster House and Cocktail Den reflective of the staple establishments of New York, Paris and New Orleans. Their Absinthe list boasts the largest collection of premium Absinthes in New York City and in honor of the ceremony and traditions of Absinthe, Maison Premiere’s ode to the green fairy can be found center stage dispensing chilled water in the form of the world’s most accurate working replica of the Absinthe fountain which once flowed in the Olde Absinthe House of New Orleans.
  • 7. Fresh Kills 7 Brooklyn, NY Fresh Kills 161 Grand St Brooklyn, NY 11249 Flavors & Ingredients • Nutmeg • Cayenne Pepper • Housemade Orgeat • Housemade Ginger Syrup • Pickled Walnut Fresh Kills serves meticulously and fastidiously-crafted cocktails with fresh ingredients, housemade syrups, hand-cut ice, and quality booze. Classic cocktails with impeccable provenance, fresh, premium ingredients and perfect proportional wizardry that somehow make you open your eyes and question if you’ve ever truly tasted an old-fashioned or negroni before. The menu here boasts Boccato’s usual puritanical emphasis on drinks from the history books and mania for detail, which means specialty ice and annotations on the historical inspiration behind each menu item…
  • 8. Grand Army 8 Brooklyn, NY Grand Army 336 State St Brooklyn, NY 11217 Flavors & Ingredients • Hot Pepper Tincture • Carrot Tincture • Black Cardamom Maple Syrup • Toasted Cinnamon • Beet Juice • Cocoa Nib Ghost Chili Campari The laid-back space has vintage light fixtures and a wood-burning fireplace. You’ll spot tincture-style droppers on the raw bar filled with sauces to accompany seafood. Drinks were developed by head bartender/co-owner Damon Boelte. Head bartender and co-owner Damon Boelte is from Lone Wolf, Oklahoma. An award-winning bartender and decade- long Brooklyn resident, Damon has worked at LeNell's Ltd., a renowned spirits shop, and Prime Meats in Carroll Gardens.
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Editor's Notes

  1. http://blacktailnyc.com/
  2. http://www.pouringribbons.com/
  3. http://theviolethour.com/#
  4. http://maisonpremiere.com/