Whiskey Tango

Good bourbon and cool music, hidden away

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ucked away in a basement and discernible only by the tiny glass globe that bears its name, Saloon emanates the feel-good, vintage atmosphere of a pre-Prohibition New York City lounge. The selection of old-fashioned cocktails and no fewer than 160 bourbons, not to mention the period-friendly music and decor, will take you back in time. And if brown liquor‘s not your thing, the knowledgeable and authentically dressed bartenders are sure to find a drink to suit your taste. And the retro (whole roasted chicken, ploughman’s platter, cottage pie) and contemporary dishes on the menu will keep you around late into the night. Graves

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The word “saloon” is a variant of the French “salon: and Italian “salone,” and was originally used to describe a dining saloon on a passenger ship.

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