This Upper East Side bar and restaurant serves craft cocktails and New American fare, with a few nods here and there to its Latin roots. (Owner James O’Hanlon opened the Daisy after the success of his West Village bar, Agave.) Belly up to the bar to order a cocktail like The Last Daisy, a combination of mezcal, Aperol, lime, Yellow Chartreuse and prosecco, or Mossy Meadows, with blended scotch, rosemary-honey syrup, Velvet Falernum and lemon juice (both $14). Order small plates like duck fat fingerling potatoes with piquillo peppers ($12) at the bar, or sit down for a full meal. The menu changes seasonally, but on a recent visit, it included crowd pleasers like burrata with strawberry jam, prosciutto and jalapeno ($14), sweet-and-sour duck with carrot puree, swiss chard and blood orange ($29) and a dry-aged pork chop with salsa verde and root vegetables ($28).