Displaying all articles tagged:

Angel’s Share

  1. openings
    Angel’s Share Rises AgainA hotel pop-up offers a taste of what made the original bar so special.
  2. closings
    Angel’s Share Has Gone to Cocktail-Bar HeavenNew York’s original faux speakeasy is closed, although it may relocate.
  3. cocktail experiments
    Hey, Look! A Cocktail Inspired by Beet SaladsAnd it’s actually good!
  4. major developments
    Manhattan Has a New Destination for Excellent Cocktails and Classic RamenThe team previously worked at the legendary bar Angel’s Share.
  5. The Grub Street Diet
    GQ’s Jim Nelson Spends Weekends in the Country, Weeknights at Pok“We capsized a few times in the Delaware, but we never lost the wine.”
  6. Booze You Can Use
    GQ Names Best Cocktail Bars, Shafts Sasha Petraske’GQ’ crowns 25 of the nation’s great altars of mixology, but leaves off one of the major figures in the current cocktail renaissance.
  7. Temporary Closings
    Angel’s Share and Village Yokocho Shuttered by DOHSomething to do with a customer peeing on a waiter?
  8. Openings
    Hidden Cocktail Bar Will Serve Heart Carpaccio to the Select FewThe latest members-only bar, located in the building where Basquiat died, is most definitely not a speakcheesy.
  9. Slideshow
    A First Look at Mr. Jones, the Yakitori-Meets-Speakeasy in the East VillageEven with the involvement of a distinguished owner and mixologist, this mysterious newcomer has flown under the radar. Here’s a look inside.
  10. Openings
    New Dinner-and-Drinks Spot, Bistrouge, Starts Brunch This WeekendThe cocktails by Shige of Angel’s Share are the standout at this East Village spot.
  11. Openings
    B Flat, Angel’s Share’s New Basement Boîte, Is Looking Sharp A while back we reported that the founding bartenders of Angel’s Share were taking their mortars, pestles, and strainers to Tribeca. Now that B Flat has been open for a couple of weeks and we’ve put away pretty much every drink on the list (and all three sizes of ice cubes), we’re looking forward to forthcoming summer specialties such as Giant Steps (sake and wasabi-infused vodka!) and the Cannon Ball (pepper-infused vodka, yuzu pepper, and soy sauce!). If these sound ironically sweat-inducing, rest assured, another martini will include fresh watermelon juice, and the bar menu, created by a chef at Lan, includes refreshing small plates like seviche and clams in white-truffle oil. Furthermore, we’re told the upstairs space will soon be occupied by a Tokyo-style fusion restaurant, run by the bar’s Japanese business partner, that will likely offer Asian takes on pasta, pizza, tapas, and other dishes. Obviously Smith and Mills hopefuls would do well to make B Flat their plan B. Earlier: Angel’s Share Manager to Make Tribeca a Whole Lot Sexier B Flat menu
  12. NewsFeed
    Angel’s Share Manager to Make Tribeca a Whole Lot SexierDeath & Co. is having its share of problems — Sasha Petraske, too — but don’t pour one out for the $12 cocktail just yet. Shin Ikeda, a bartender and manager at perennial first-date spot Angel’s Share, is teaming up with a Japanese club and bar owner to open what will likely be a cocktail lounge called B Flat with Angel’s Share–style drinks. Broker James Famularo has just secured a bi-level space with fourteen-foot ceilings (now occupied by I Bar) at 277 Church Street, across from the Tribeca Grand Hotel. Expect a new design scheme and Negroni-fueled PDA there about a month from now. — Daniel Maurer