Dan Meiser, the owner of the Mystic, Connecticut restaurant, Port of Call, opened the new bar in March. Chef Renee Touponce, created an international menu that was inspired by the port cities. Jade Ayala, a mixologist made cocktails to evoke ports and cities. The menu pairs drinks with food items that are specific to the menu.
Port of Call
The Newport Beach’s Port of Call was honored to be awarded one of the highest honors at the Food & Wine Awards. The nautical-themed bar restaurant and bar celebrates and honors world-class cocktails. The guests can indulge in a cocktail-based meal, a beer and arcade games.
Death & Co.
Capitale the city’s leading bar directory, has released the debut of the “North America’s Best” 50 Bars. The winner of the very first edition was Attaboy, a Lower East Side speakeasy. The bar was started by the cocktail legends Sam Ross and Michael McIlroy and is named after its precursor, Milk & Honey. The staff of the bar honor Sasha Petraske, the late manager.
Katana Kitten may not be the typical bar for cocktails, but it’s certainly one of the latest bars to hit the scene in America. It’s a bar that combines Japanese bartending along with West Village’s dive bars. The bar was opened only in 2018, but it is now listed among the top 50 bars across the world.
On 73 Atlantic Avenue, you will see the Montero’s Bar that has been renovated. Robert Moses bulldozed the original sign in 1947, to build the container port. The bar was open despite the economic recession, increased violence and the flood of wealth.
Sidney’s Five is an East Village restaurant and bar. The bar serves excellent drinks as well as delicious food. Mini martini flight flights are on offer along with the complimentary chocolate-covered strawberries. There is also a large food menu that includes smaller plates, as well as filling dishes like the famous andouille corn dogs. Sidney’s Five is open five times a week, starting at 5 p.m. until closing time, which is why it’s always filled.
In New York City, the speakeasy-inspired Saint Tuesday bar has officially launched. It is situated on the lower floor of the Walker Hotel in Tribeca. Its interior features old wood floors along with arched mirrors, arched chandeliers, and traditional bentwood stool. Live music every night will begin around 9:30pm. The guests can sip a cocktail in the Saint Tuesday Reserve list, that includes rare and vintage spirits.