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Usually, a bar that’s been vandalized with tagging warrants police involvement, but not at the latest project from Chris Santos (Stanton Social, Beauty & Essex) and the TAO Group. British street artist Hush curated the bar’s art program, commissioning seven internationally recognized “vandals” to create street-art installations inside. Taking over the former home of the General, the 365-seat lounge offers a three-part cocktail list: a “Sweet” section featuring easy drinkers like the Miss Demeanor (Bacardi, lime juice, Angostura bitters); “Savory,” with spicier, more vegetal cups such as the La Palmitas (Ilegal Mezcal, Thai basil, grapefruit beer); and a barrel-aged category boasting the bourbon-based Trigger Finger (Cocchi Americano, raspberry). Small plates are inspired by global street fare—think jicama-shell tacos with butternut squash, chicken-and-tortilla-soup-dumplings and a white pizza topped with broccolini, nduja and toasted hazelnuts.
|Cross street:||at Spring St|
|Transport:||Subway: J, Z to Bowery|
|Price:||Average main course: $40|
|Opening hours:||Daily 5pm–1am|
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