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#119 Extra Fancy (Brooklyn, New York)

Stepping into Extra Fancy is like walking back in time. Evocative of a small coastal New England bar, the industrial space is lit with mid-century shop lights and Hollywood-esque stack lighting. The full service American-style bar’s most popular cocktail is the Go-To (gin, elderflower cordial, lime juice, mint, and cucumbers topped off with ginger beer). Beverage director Robert Kreuger helps curate the drink menu, which features 15 to 20 seasonal signature cocktails and eight draft beers, among other offerings. Extra Fancy was the first bar in New York City that poured Spanish vermouth on one of its draft wine lines. The friendly staff makes this a comfortable Brooklyn bar to retreat to night after night. Proof of this can be found after midnight, when you’ll find New York City’s best bartenders, chefs, and other industry folks tucking into the exceptional food served until 3:30 a.m., seven nights a week. Chef Sean Telo has developed a food menu that pays homage to New England and Southern classics, infusing them with new techniques and unexpected ingredients. Standouts include the New England-style fish and chips with fried pickles; sausage and crab roll with grilled fennel pork sausage, lump crab meat, green tomato, charred onion, pickled mustard seed, dill, and hot dog bun; and fresh oysters with "add-ons" like sturgeon caviar, smoked trout roe, quail egg yolks, and tuna bottarga. (Extra Fancy/Yelp)

 

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