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The Dead Rabbit Grocery and Grog embodies the conviviality of Old New York and the Irish-American tradition.

Our ground-floor Taproom offers an informal setting for the enjoyment of craft beer, bottled punch, and whiskeys of the world, with lunch served daily.

Upstairs, our sumptuous Parlor focuses on small plates, communal punch, and 72 historically-accurate cocktails dreamed up by the nineteenth century’s most celebrated bartenders.

The Dead Rabbit is dedicated to advancing the art and practice of hospitality, as it was understood then and as it is understood now, for all residents of and visitors to this great metropolis.

Tales of the Cocktail 2013: World’s Best New Cocktail Bar, World’s Best Cocktail Menu, International Bartender of the Year (Jack McGarry)
Esquire: Best Bars in America 2013
Liquor.com: 15 Bars to Visit Before You Die
CNN: 10 Favorite New Bars of 2013
Village Voice: Best New Bar 2013
New York Magazine: Best Everyman’s Bar 2013
Forbes Magazine: Top 15 American Nightspots 2013

CBS: NYC’s 5 Best New Cocktail Bars
Eater: Where to Drink in New York Right Now 2013
Zagat: New York’s Hottest New Restaurants and Bars 2013
Wine and Spirits: Where to Drink and Dine in NYC 2013

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Performances( Special Events

    1. Wednesday, April 23 {5:00 pm-7:00 pm}

      L’Heure Verte

      Featuring $1 oysters and a selection of specially priced Pernod Absinthe Cocktails....

    1. Thursday, April 24 {5:00 pm-7:00 pm}

      L’Heure Verte

      Featuring $1 oysters and a selection of specially priced Pernod Absinthe Cocktails....

    1. Friday, April 25 {5:00 pm-7:00 pm}

      L’Heure Verte

      Featuring $1 oysters and a selection of specially priced Pernod Absinthe Cocktails....

    2. Friday, April 25 {9:00 pm-1:00 am}

      Terry Waldo on Piano

      The inimitable syncopated stylings of Mr. Terry Waldo at the piano in our upstairs Parlor....

    1. Sunday, April 27 {6:00 pm-9:00 pm}

      Traditional Irish Seisiun

      Music is paramount in the Anglo-Hibernian tavern tradition. Sundays from 6pm to 9pm in our...

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Dead Rabbit Online ShopThe Dead Rabbit Online Shop

Perhaps it is not possible to be at The Dead Rabbit all the time. Fortunately, there is a solution. For these moments of downtime, we have created our online shop, where all the comforts of The Dead Rabbit itself can be selected and shipped directly to your home, so to enhance it.

Fill your shelves with our unmatched Mixed Drink Menu, revive tired libations with our Orinoco Bitters, line your walls with art prints of our event flyers, and adorn any outfit with The Dead Rabbit talisman.

We predict next season will be very, very Dead Rabbit.

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A cocktail at the Dead Rabbit

Purveyor ) Fine Drinks

Drinking! We admire it. It is a fine invention, and we have tried in our own way to make innovations upon it. At The Dead Rabbit Grocery and Grog, you can find the classics. But you can also find drinks we have restored from unfortunate neglect by history. And by “find,” of course we mean “drink.”

Our Taproom features our own bottled punches and special cocktail and highball menus. The Parlor is our second-story cathedral to the mixed beverage, with our own reformations of the finest exemplars of the true Golden Age of American Drinking (1850 - 1900).

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Oysters at the Dead Rabbit

Food Served Daily

We recognize that drinkers must also occasionally eat. Toward this end, The Dead Rabbit has assembled a menu featuring Irish-British traditional fare, Continental specialties like homemade pâtés, and the raw bar you’d expect at a seafront saloon.

We offer a full lunch daily in our downstairs Taproom, and small plates all day and night in both the Taproom and upstairs Parlor.

Weekdays between 4 and 5 p.m. in the Taproom we offer a free snack, your choice of boiled egg, fried clam, or fried oyster, with every liquor purchase.

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