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Amor y Amargo

  • Bars
  • East Village
  • price 4 of 4
  • Recommended
  1. Amor y Amargo (Time Out, Photograph: Jakob N. Layman)
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  2. Amor y Amargo (Time Out, Photograph: Jakob N. Layman)
    Time Out, Photograph: Jakob N. LaymanAmor y Amargo
  3. Amor y Amargo (Time Out, Photograph: Jakob N. Layman)
    Time Out, Photograph: Jakob N. LaymanAmor y Amargo
  4. Amor y Amargo (Time Out, Photograph: Jakob N. Layman)
    Time Out, Photograph: Jakob N. LaymanAmor y Amargo
  5. Amor y Amargo (Time Out, Photograph: Jakob N. Layman)
    Time Out, Photograph: Jakob N. LaymanAmor y Amargo
  6. Amor y Amargo (Time Out, Photograph: Jakob N. Layman)
    Time Out, Photograph: Jakob N. LaymanAmor y Amargo
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Time Out Says

At this a colorful nook conceived by Ravi DeRossi (Death & Company, Cienfuegos) and Bittermens, a small-batch bitters producer based in Red Hook, curious drinkers can find plenty of ways to mix edification and inebriation. The focus here is on amari and other bitters, which can be explored via tasting flights or excellent stirred cocktails created by Mayur Subbarao (Dram). Sip your way through a range of trendy fernet or herbal liqueurs made by Carthusian monks, then try the Orchard Street Cel’ry Soda—a fizzy, dry quaff built with applejack, jenever, club soda, and experimental bitters laced with caraway and ginger. Temper the booze with appealing tapas like salty fried garbanzo beans (the haute beer nut?) sprinkled with blood sausage.

Details

Address:
443 E 6th St
New York
10009
Cross street:
between First Ave and Ave A
Transport:
Subway: F to Lower East Side–Second Ave
Price:
Average drink: $12. AmEx, MC, V
Opening hours:
Mon–Wed 5–11pm, Thu 5pm–midnight, Fri 5pm–1am, Sat 3pm–1am
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