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Time Out says

New York, New York, it’s a hell of town – and a corker of a bar, too. Mercifully, the New York theme has been kept to a fairly minimal level: no posters of the Empire State Building or snaps of the 'Don't Walk' traffic light adorning the walls. Far from a tacky gimmick, the theme is subtly worked into a concept for which New York is famous: the smart-casual cocktail bar, replete with tasteful wooden decor and moody neon signs. The cocktails are excellent, and peckish punters are well served by some decent bar bites: pizzas, burgers, and a surprisingly large array of dishes involving shrimp. We're fans.

Written by James Haines-Young


Uruguay Street
Opening hours:
Daily 5pm-2am; Happy Hour 5pm-8pm
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