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Madame Geneva incorporates the British-Colonial flair of adjacent restaurant Double Crown, adding low-lit intrigue and a whole lot of gin. "Madame Geneva," or the 18th-century phrase for gin, is top-quality here, and served in a variety of clever ways. The Smoked Ribena Collins, for instance, mixes Haymen's Old Tom Gin with lemon, smoked Ribana blackcurrant syrup, and soda. The AvroKo-designed interior is, of course, lauded for its combination of English luxury and Southeast Asian ornamentation, as demonstrated in the room's multitude of prim leather seating and ornate, globe-like lamps. Despite the anachronistic setting, the perpetually well-groomed patrons always blend in with ease.
The first time we visited Madam Geneva, we were told to enter through its sister establishment, the now-closed Double Crown. Even though there was a glass door on Bleecker looking right into the speakeasy, we were forced to sashay through the cavernous restaurant on the corner as a kind of punishment for wanting entry into a supposedly exclusive den of iniquity, or an attempt at least to keep out the lazy riffraff who wouldn't bother finding the entry. Once inside, however, we had no problem... More »
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