New York, NY 10014
Village Voice's Description
Here's an anomaly in the Meatpacking District: a quaint, three-level brownstone from 1848, converted into a restaurant that serves up an elegant, old-school cocktail selection. Surrounded by two fireplaces, the bar is the centerpiece of the ground floor, where an impressive, mixologist-supervised menu awaits. Pick from 5 Ninth's menu of "Forgotten Classics," such as the Ace of Clubs (Barbados rum, lime juice, crème de cacao, and a few drops of Angostura), "Long and Strongs," such as the Paloma (tequila, lime juice, grapefruit soda, and a pinch of salt), or a "Fresh from the Lab," including the Gamma Ray (old armagnac, crème de menthe, twist of flamed lemon, and a dust of cayenne pepper).
Tips from foursquare
Restaurant and bar. They serve an interesting White Star Imperial Daisy cocktail. Try their food. It's very eclectic. -Emil Gampe, Launch My Line
In haberdasheries of yore you could expect to find buttons and needles, maybe some ribbon, peddler's goods
charming place with a great vibe and music.
If you like gin, get the florandora. The raspberry syrup gives it a great twist!
Fire alarm went off. No food!
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