The Winslow

Restaurants, American Midtown
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The Winslow
Taking cues from a traditional U.K. gin house, this East Village joint features a gin selection overseen by the NoMad's Dominic Venegas. At the 20-foot-long concrete bar, find ten gins (Brooklyn, Dorothy Parker) available straight or in cocktails like the Stallion (gin, barolo chinato, curaçao and bitters). Also on offer are 20 old-world wines, British draft beer (Fuller's London Pride, Belhaven) and an all-crumpet snack menu (smoked salmon, duck confit). Along with the griddle cakes, you can chow down on British eats like Bronx Ale–battered fish-and-chips, steak-and-kidney pie, and bacon-wrapped quail with foie gras and brioche. Decked out with fumed oak and blackened steel, the 75-seat pub features multiple flatscreens broadcasting sports.


Venue name: The Winslow
Address: 243 E 14th St
Cross street: between Second and Third Aves
Opening hours: Mon-Fri 4pm-2am; Sat, Sun 10am-2am
Transport: Subway: L to Third Ave
Price: Average entrée: $22. AmEx, Disc, MC
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This pub is a proud sponsor of the New York Rugby Club but that's not the only great thing about it. Space, service and good times greet you when you walk into this place. From morning brunches (try their chicken and waffles) to rowdy beer songs in the evenings, this is fast becoming my favorite haunt for drinks with friends. They have also introduced some amazing acoustic cover band on Sunday evenings to bring some cheer to the often stressed week ahead. A stones throw away from Union Square and the thrill of the East Village, pop in and say hi and let the good times roll.

lily r

This unassuming bar has a casual but classed-up vibe. The service is great as well. There are acoustic performances every Sunday - it makes for fun group drinking. The location on 14th Street is also great - there are a lot of not-so-great bars over here, so this definitely stands out as a go-to. 

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