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#53 Apothéke (New York, New York)

On a side street of New York City's Chinatown is Apothéke, an unmarked spot (the New York bar's façade is that of an old noodle shop called Gold Flower Restaurant) that features a menu of "prescriptions" prepared with organic produce from local greenmarkets or picked straight from the bar’s rooftop herb garden. Proprietors Heather Tierney and Christopher Tierney have created a throwback space anchored by a 30-foot marble bar where creative elixirs are made in dramatic fashion. Farm-to-bar options include Belle Époque “aphrodisiacs” like Deal Closer (vodka, local Chinatown aphrodisiacs, cucumber, mint, lime and agave, and vanilla essence) and “psychotrophics” like Remember My Name (scotch, Italian sweet vermouth, cherry liqueur, ancho chile cordial, and Angostura bitters with an absinthe rinse and peated scotch mist) on the “Prohibition Prescriptions” menu. (Jane S./Yelp)

 

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