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New York City’s The Dead Rabbit Named the Best Bar in the World

New York City’s The Dead Rabbit Named the Best Bar in the World

New York City’s The Dead Rabbit was named the best bar in the world, taking the No. The Dead Rabbit was among four New York City bars in the top 10 (the other were NoMad Bar, Attaboy, and Employees Only) and eight on the overall list.

Representatives from some of the best bars in the world, renowned industry figures, and celebrity supporters gathered at Christ Church Spitalfields in London on Oct. 6, for the eighth year of The World’s 50 Best Bar Awards. The awards are the product of a survey produced by Drinks International, “the leading magazine for the global drinks industry,” according to a release.

Though London earned the most awards for a single city (nine bars on the list), the U.S. as a whole had 14 bars on the list.

The American Bar at The Savoy was named Europe’s best bar and took second place overall.

Below is the full list of winners:

1. The Dead Rabbit Grocery & Grog, New York City

2. American Bar, London

3. Dandelyan, London

4. Connaught Bar, London

5. Attaboy, New York City

6. The Gibson, London

7. Employees Only, New York City

8. NoMad Bar, New York City

9. The Clumsies, Athens

10. Happiness Forgets, London

11. Manhattan, Singapore

12. The Baxter Inn, Sydney

13. Licoreria Limantour, Mexico City

14. 28 Hongkong Street, Singapore

15. Speak Low, Shanghai

16. The Broken Shaker, Miami

17. Candelaria, Paris

18. Tales & Spirits, Amsterdam

19. Nightjar, London

20. Maison Premiere, New York City

21. Operation Dagger, Singapore

22. Black Pearl, Melbourne

23. High Five, Tokyo

24. Little Red Door, Paris

25. Linje Tio, Stockholm

26. Central Station, Beirut

27. Lobster Bar, Hong Kong

28. Mace, New York City

29. Smuggler's Cove, San Francisco

30. Bar Termini, London

31. La Factoria, Old San Juan

32. Oriole, London

33. The Jerry Thomas Project, Rome

34. Dante, New York

35. Trick Dog, San Francisco

36. ABV, San Francisco

37. The Walker Inn, Los Angeles

38. Nottingham Forest, Milan

39. Aviary, Chicago

40. Baba au Rum, Athens

41. Quinary, Hong Kong

42. Himkok, Oslo

43. Lost + Found, Nicosia

44. Ruby, Copenhagen

45. PDT, New York City

46. Bulletin Place, Sydney

47. Bramble, Edinburgh

48. Callooh Callay, London

49. Floreria Atlantico, Buenos Aires

50. Buck & Breck, Berlin


The Dead Rabbit: Is It NYC’s Best Cocktail Bar? It Might Be.

There’s a good chance this website wouldn’t exist were it not for The Dead Rabbit.

It all started on a rainy night in October of 2014.

I was in NYC with my friend Dan and we were having a lazy Sunday night hanging out at his apartment in Chelsea – when I stumbled across an article on CNN.

For a long time cocktails have been my drink of choice. More so than wine or beer, there is truly something distinct and unique no matter what mood you’re in.

The sommeliers and beer snobs who read this are going to scoff when I say this, but I’m going to say it anyway.

For my unrefined palate, beer is always going to taste like beer. Sure there’s a distinct difference between a lager and a stout, but you generally have an idea of what it’s going to taste like.

Same goes for wine. Obviously there are distinct differences between white and red, but then the varietals become a bit more subtle.

With cocktails, you can find yourself tasting something you truly have never tasted before. And as I would come to learn over the years of visiting the world’s best bars, a master mixologist can do things so creative, you’ll find yourself asking regularly “what is this??”.

I’d been on a quest to play the top 100 golf courses in the world for about a year at this point, so naturally I was intrigued by any kind of “best of” list.


The Dead Rabbit: Is It NYC’s Best Cocktail Bar? It Might Be.

There’s a good chance this website wouldn’t exist were it not for The Dead Rabbit.

It all started on a rainy night in October of 2014.

I was in NYC with my friend Dan and we were having a lazy Sunday night hanging out at his apartment in Chelsea – when I stumbled across an article on CNN.

For a long time cocktails have been my drink of choice. More so than wine or beer, there is truly something distinct and unique no matter what mood you’re in.

The sommeliers and beer snobs who read this are going to scoff when I say this, but I’m going to say it anyway.

For my unrefined palate, beer is always going to taste like beer. Sure there’s a distinct difference between a lager and a stout, but you generally have an idea of what it’s going to taste like.

Same goes for wine. Obviously there are distinct differences between white and red, but then the varietals become a bit more subtle.

With cocktails, you can find yourself tasting something you truly have never tasted before. And as I would come to learn over the years of visiting the world’s best bars, a master mixologist can do things so creative, you’ll find yourself asking regularly “what is this??”.

I’d been on a quest to play the top 100 golf courses in the world for about a year at this point, so naturally I was intrigued by any kind of “best of” list.


The Dead Rabbit: Is It NYC’s Best Cocktail Bar? It Might Be.

There’s a good chance this website wouldn’t exist were it not for The Dead Rabbit.

It all started on a rainy night in October of 2014.

I was in NYC with my friend Dan and we were having a lazy Sunday night hanging out at his apartment in Chelsea – when I stumbled across an article on CNN.

For a long time cocktails have been my drink of choice. More so than wine or beer, there is truly something distinct and unique no matter what mood you’re in.

The sommeliers and beer snobs who read this are going to scoff when I say this, but I’m going to say it anyway.

For my unrefined palate, beer is always going to taste like beer. Sure there’s a distinct difference between a lager and a stout, but you generally have an idea of what it’s going to taste like.

Same goes for wine. Obviously there are distinct differences between white and red, but then the varietals become a bit more subtle.

With cocktails, you can find yourself tasting something you truly have never tasted before. And as I would come to learn over the years of visiting the world’s best bars, a master mixologist can do things so creative, you’ll find yourself asking regularly “what is this??”.

I’d been on a quest to play the top 100 golf courses in the world for about a year at this point, so naturally I was intrigued by any kind of “best of” list.


The Dead Rabbit: Is It NYC’s Best Cocktail Bar? It Might Be.

There’s a good chance this website wouldn’t exist were it not for The Dead Rabbit.

It all started on a rainy night in October of 2014.

I was in NYC with my friend Dan and we were having a lazy Sunday night hanging out at his apartment in Chelsea – when I stumbled across an article on CNN.

For a long time cocktails have been my drink of choice. More so than wine or beer, there is truly something distinct and unique no matter what mood you’re in.

The sommeliers and beer snobs who read this are going to scoff when I say this, but I’m going to say it anyway.

For my unrefined palate, beer is always going to taste like beer. Sure there’s a distinct difference between a lager and a stout, but you generally have an idea of what it’s going to taste like.

Same goes for wine. Obviously there are distinct differences between white and red, but then the varietals become a bit more subtle.

With cocktails, you can find yourself tasting something you truly have never tasted before. And as I would come to learn over the years of visiting the world’s best bars, a master mixologist can do things so creative, you’ll find yourself asking regularly “what is this??”.

I’d been on a quest to play the top 100 golf courses in the world for about a year at this point, so naturally I was intrigued by any kind of “best of” list.


The Dead Rabbit: Is It NYC’s Best Cocktail Bar? It Might Be.

There’s a good chance this website wouldn’t exist were it not for The Dead Rabbit.

It all started on a rainy night in October of 2014.

I was in NYC with my friend Dan and we were having a lazy Sunday night hanging out at his apartment in Chelsea – when I stumbled across an article on CNN.

For a long time cocktails have been my drink of choice. More so than wine or beer, there is truly something distinct and unique no matter what mood you’re in.

The sommeliers and beer snobs who read this are going to scoff when I say this, but I’m going to say it anyway.

For my unrefined palate, beer is always going to taste like beer. Sure there’s a distinct difference between a lager and a stout, but you generally have an idea of what it’s going to taste like.

Same goes for wine. Obviously there are distinct differences between white and red, but then the varietals become a bit more subtle.

With cocktails, you can find yourself tasting something you truly have never tasted before. And as I would come to learn over the years of visiting the world’s best bars, a master mixologist can do things so creative, you’ll find yourself asking regularly “what is this??”.

I’d been on a quest to play the top 100 golf courses in the world for about a year at this point, so naturally I was intrigued by any kind of “best of” list.


The Dead Rabbit: Is It NYC’s Best Cocktail Bar? It Might Be.

There’s a good chance this website wouldn’t exist were it not for The Dead Rabbit.

It all started on a rainy night in October of 2014.

I was in NYC with my friend Dan and we were having a lazy Sunday night hanging out at his apartment in Chelsea – when I stumbled across an article on CNN.

For a long time cocktails have been my drink of choice. More so than wine or beer, there is truly something distinct and unique no matter what mood you’re in.

The sommeliers and beer snobs who read this are going to scoff when I say this, but I’m going to say it anyway.

For my unrefined palate, beer is always going to taste like beer. Sure there’s a distinct difference between a lager and a stout, but you generally have an idea of what it’s going to taste like.

Same goes for wine. Obviously there are distinct differences between white and red, but then the varietals become a bit more subtle.

With cocktails, you can find yourself tasting something you truly have never tasted before. And as I would come to learn over the years of visiting the world’s best bars, a master mixologist can do things so creative, you’ll find yourself asking regularly “what is this??”.

I’d been on a quest to play the top 100 golf courses in the world for about a year at this point, so naturally I was intrigued by any kind of “best of” list.


The Dead Rabbit: Is It NYC’s Best Cocktail Bar? It Might Be.

There’s a good chance this website wouldn’t exist were it not for The Dead Rabbit.

It all started on a rainy night in October of 2014.

I was in NYC with my friend Dan and we were having a lazy Sunday night hanging out at his apartment in Chelsea – when I stumbled across an article on CNN.

For a long time cocktails have been my drink of choice. More so than wine or beer, there is truly something distinct and unique no matter what mood you’re in.

The sommeliers and beer snobs who read this are going to scoff when I say this, but I’m going to say it anyway.

For my unrefined palate, beer is always going to taste like beer. Sure there’s a distinct difference between a lager and a stout, but you generally have an idea of what it’s going to taste like.

Same goes for wine. Obviously there are distinct differences between white and red, but then the varietals become a bit more subtle.

With cocktails, you can find yourself tasting something you truly have never tasted before. And as I would come to learn over the years of visiting the world’s best bars, a master mixologist can do things so creative, you’ll find yourself asking regularly “what is this??”.

I’d been on a quest to play the top 100 golf courses in the world for about a year at this point, so naturally I was intrigued by any kind of “best of” list.


The Dead Rabbit: Is It NYC’s Best Cocktail Bar? It Might Be.

There’s a good chance this website wouldn’t exist were it not for The Dead Rabbit.

It all started on a rainy night in October of 2014.

I was in NYC with my friend Dan and we were having a lazy Sunday night hanging out at his apartment in Chelsea – when I stumbled across an article on CNN.

For a long time cocktails have been my drink of choice. More so than wine or beer, there is truly something distinct and unique no matter what mood you’re in.

The sommeliers and beer snobs who read this are going to scoff when I say this, but I’m going to say it anyway.

For my unrefined palate, beer is always going to taste like beer. Sure there’s a distinct difference between a lager and a stout, but you generally have an idea of what it’s going to taste like.

Same goes for wine. Obviously there are distinct differences between white and red, but then the varietals become a bit more subtle.

With cocktails, you can find yourself tasting something you truly have never tasted before. And as I would come to learn over the years of visiting the world’s best bars, a master mixologist can do things so creative, you’ll find yourself asking regularly “what is this??”.

I’d been on a quest to play the top 100 golf courses in the world for about a year at this point, so naturally I was intrigued by any kind of “best of” list.


The Dead Rabbit: Is It NYC’s Best Cocktail Bar? It Might Be.

There’s a good chance this website wouldn’t exist were it not for The Dead Rabbit.

It all started on a rainy night in October of 2014.

I was in NYC with my friend Dan and we were having a lazy Sunday night hanging out at his apartment in Chelsea – when I stumbled across an article on CNN.

For a long time cocktails have been my drink of choice. More so than wine or beer, there is truly something distinct and unique no matter what mood you’re in.

The sommeliers and beer snobs who read this are going to scoff when I say this, but I’m going to say it anyway.

For my unrefined palate, beer is always going to taste like beer. Sure there’s a distinct difference between a lager and a stout, but you generally have an idea of what it’s going to taste like.

Same goes for wine. Obviously there are distinct differences between white and red, but then the varietals become a bit more subtle.

With cocktails, you can find yourself tasting something you truly have never tasted before. And as I would come to learn over the years of visiting the world’s best bars, a master mixologist can do things so creative, you’ll find yourself asking regularly “what is this??”.

I’d been on a quest to play the top 100 golf courses in the world for about a year at this point, so naturally I was intrigued by any kind of “best of” list.


The Dead Rabbit: Is It NYC’s Best Cocktail Bar? It Might Be.

There’s a good chance this website wouldn’t exist were it not for The Dead Rabbit.

It all started on a rainy night in October of 2014.

I was in NYC with my friend Dan and we were having a lazy Sunday night hanging out at his apartment in Chelsea – when I stumbled across an article on CNN.

For a long time cocktails have been my drink of choice. More so than wine or beer, there is truly something distinct and unique no matter what mood you’re in.

The sommeliers and beer snobs who read this are going to scoff when I say this, but I’m going to say it anyway.

For my unrefined palate, beer is always going to taste like beer. Sure there’s a distinct difference between a lager and a stout, but you generally have an idea of what it’s going to taste like.

Same goes for wine. Obviously there are distinct differences between white and red, but then the varietals become a bit more subtle.

With cocktails, you can find yourself tasting something you truly have never tasted before. And as I would come to learn over the years of visiting the world’s best bars, a master mixologist can do things so creative, you’ll find yourself asking regularly “what is this??”.

I’d been on a quest to play the top 100 golf courses in the world for about a year at this point, so naturally I was intrigued by any kind of “best of” list.


Watch the video: We had drinks at Dead Rabbit to find out why its considered one of the worlds best bars (September 2021).