Mace

Cocktail
$ $ $
649 E 9th St (btwn Ave B & C)
New York, NY 10009
(212) 673-1190
Monday
5:00pm - 2:00am
Tuesday
5:00pm - 2:00am
Wednesday
5:00pm - 2:00am
Thursday
5:00pm - 2:00am
Friday
5:00pm - 2:00am
Saturday
4:00pm - 2:00am
Sunday
4:00pm - 2:00am

Tips

  • Loved the Mace - boozy delicious beet juice
  • Spice-driven cocktails that are often unexpected. Experimental Cocktail bartender keeps it interesting. Thai chili is the bomb
  • The chamomile cocktail with brown butter and fat-washed cognac had the opposite effect that chamomile tea has on me.
  • Low key alternative to The Wayland with some inventive, spice themed cocktails. The chili cocktail was good.
  • Unique concept executed well by bartender Nico de Soto & team: each drink features a single spice. The namesake drink is sprayed with mace from an antique perfume atomizer before it is served.
  • My favorites are in order: turmeric, ghost chili, and mace. kimchee has notes of chocolate; wasabi is savory; Grass is v light; curry leaf is similar to negroni; pandan is like a nonspicy turmeric
  • Interesting concept. Quiet on a weekday.
  • Its all very good
  • The barmen center each of their concoctions around one spice, imported from their respective travels and showcased in mason jars around the spice-marketinspired space.
  • The hibiscus was yum!
  • Great cocktails for a classic cocktail lover looking to Branch out. Inventive spice usage, without feeling overly fancy.
  • First time? Get the namesake cocktail, the Mace.
  • The menu here is seasonal and Ive never been disappointed by any of the cocktails here. The cocktails are these after different herbs and spices.
  • My most favourite neighbourhood cocktail bar in the city, maybe the whole bar. Far enough away from everything that the crowd is always good.
  • Each drink is based on an individual spice. De Soto plays with seemingly incompatible ingredients in unique ways to create concoctions like red cabbage with yerba mate, or Aperol with beet juice
  • Very interesting and uncommon cocktail menu. I got a Pink Peppercorn. An Old Fashioned type drink which had a wonderful layering going from sweet, chocolate, salty to hot spicy! Yum and a little ouch.
  • Try the cilantro cocktail. It's got good vibes and is quieter than its neighbor, Wayland
  • Everything is great here
  • Pink Peppercorn cocktail but also ask for the Spirit List - theres a great selection
  • Came for Miracle on 9th Street. Jingle nog was amazing. Will need to come back for the regular menu.

Nearby places

700 E 9th St (at Avenue C)
225 Avenue B Fl 2 (btwn 13th & 14th St)
133 Avenue C (btwn E 8th & E 9th St)