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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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.