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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
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.
Sunday through Wednesday, 5 p.m. to 1 a.m.
Friday and Saturday, 5 p.m. to 2 a.m.
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