Copper & Oak

Whisky Bar
$ $ $
157 Allen St (btw Stanton & Rivington)
New York, NY 10002
(212) 460-5546
Wednesday
5:00pm - 1:00am
Thursday
5:00pm - 1:00am
Friday
5:00pm - 1:00am
Saturday
5:00pm - 1:00am

Tips

  • Exquisite service and beautiful whiskey.
  • They'll give you a one ounce pour for half the price of a two ounce pour! An excuse to try more Scotch.
  • kindle menus and the most comfortable bar stools ever
  • the teensiest tiniest bar that ever was. if the light outside says they're full, they really mean it. get the 1 oz pours so you can try as much of their excellent library as possible.
  • Love this place for all the obvious reasons. Not so obvious: Classiest (and most delicious) corndogs I've ever had. It's a hot dog wrapped in a croissant baguette.
  • Whiskey, scotch
  • Some kind of heaven.
  • Great atmosphere and unique whiskeys you can't find anywhere else. Come early to grab a chair, limited seating.
  • Tiny tiny space, so be prepared to be jammed on a busy night. Don't know what to order? Just ask. Friendly staff.
  • Here is my tip: go to this place.
  • The folks who brought us The Brandy Library have brought us Copper & Oak. Come here if you truly enjoy and appreciate the etiquette of enjoying single-malt scotch whiskeys from all over the world.
  • Most extensive selection of whiskey beautifully displayed! You'd think it'd be overwhelming to order but they are very knowledgeable and most helpful.
  • Best whiskey bar. The staff is knowledgeable and the selection is great
  • Tiny bar with an amazing whiskey selection. Japanese vibes
  • Great spot for whiskey aficionados. Bartenders are great for recos. The decor is very warm, smartly layed out and intimate.
  • They do both 1oz and 2oz pours which is great if you want to try a few different drama while you are here.
  • Whisky heaven!! Dont be overwhelmed by the menu - just ask the staff for help. Tell them what you want, or usually drink, and feel free to give them a price range.
  • Wonderful friendly staff, with great recommendations. Impressive selection across single malts, Japanese varieties, as well as blends, armagnacs and cognacs
  • Knowledgeable staff with a very specific, curated selection. If you like dark spirits go here
  • This is a place straight out from a Murakami novel; pick your spirit and ask the bartender anything about, he will know it.

Nearby places

245 Eldridge St (btwn E Houston St & Stanton St)
66 Rivington St (at Allen St)
134 Eldridge St (btwn Delancey & Broome St)