Cool New Restaurant Opens in Lower Manhattan This Weekend

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The wait is over. Photo: Eugene Gologursky/PRNewswire

Finally this Saturday, there's a spot to liven up the relatively uncool, no nonsense neighborhood surrounding City Hall. The talk of the area for a while now, it will feature dangly Edison bulbs that make the bar's garnish-filled mason jars glisten. There will be bourbon-spiked cream soda on tap, and a $300 breakfast special served that comes with a bottle of 2003 Dom Perignon. Eater's sneak peek indicates the dining room is decked out in black-and-white photos of downtown landmarks, that you can order a "Lower Manhattan" that swaps bitters for coffee liqueur, and if you're not in the mood for the "Stirred & Spiritous" category, you'll be able to get a dark and stormy made with house-spiced rum. Best of all, it's going to still serve its classic dish known as Moons Over My Hammy, and AARP members get 15 percent off all meals. [Eater NY, Related]