The Dead Rabbit

Cocktail, Speakeasy, Pub
$ $ $
30 Water St (btwn Broad St & Coenties Slip)
New York, NY 10004
(646) 422-7906
11:00am - 4:00am
11:00am - 4:00am
11:00am - 4:00am
11:00am - 4:00am
11:00am - 4:00am
11:00am - 4:00am
11:00am - 4:00am


  • "Suspendered barkeeps ladle grog from festive punch bowls into proper teacupsperhaps the Punch la Taylor, with whiskey, clementine sherbet, and tamarind nectar."
  • Damn good cocktails upstairs. Order a drink that comes in an antique porcelain cup (with built-in mustache guard) and feel transported to old Mannahatta.
  • More men need to bring me on dates here.
  • I can have a pint and a Jager downstairs or a sublime cocktail upstairs and the love, attentive service and care is the same. Double win.
  • Staff is lovely, decor is terrifically turn-of-the-century NY and the cocktails are delicious. This place is much needed in the vast desert of mediocre bars/restaurants in FiDi.
  • The bartenders at the Dead Rabbit know what they're doing when it comes to drinks and mixing cocktails. There's something here for everyone between their fruity cocktails and fine selection of whisky.
  • Don't miss the incredible Irish Coffee. Available on all floors!
  • Say it with me: SCOTCH EGG!
  • 2014s Best New Cocktail Bar, The Dead Rabbit hearkens back to the saloons of New Yorks Industrial Age. First floor for pints & whiskey, cocktails upstairs. Try the Byrrh Wine Daisy.
  • Expertly done old fashioned cocktails for a super reasonable price in FiDi. Peering outside the bar from within on sunny days is mesmerizing and the staff make you feel completely at home. Love it.
  • The upstairs is the cocktail bar and downstairs is the classic Irish pub. Both have awesome drinks and staff!
  • Head upstairs to The Parlor for the mixology. Bartenders are super attentive. Hot drink? Archbishop. Absinthe? Julep la Thomas. M-F 5-7pm $1 oysters and absinthe cocktails for L'Heure Verte.
  • Thoughtfully-crafted period cocktails upstairs, and well-poured pints at a belly-up kind of bar on the ground floor.
  • Best bartenders in town.
  • Find your way upstairs. If the Gangs of New York opened a bar, it'd be here.
  • $1 oyster happy hour, amazing classic cocktail menu. love that this opened in the neighborhood! if you want to avoid the boring corporate crowd that packs the downstairs head to the parlor upstairs...
  • Ask for the spirits menu if you're really cool....
  • Try the second floor bar for a more engaging speakeasy experience or the third for bigger groups. They have a cocktail with whiskey and papaya that'll rock your world.
  • Warm Whiskey
  • Crowned Worlds Best New Cocktail Bar at a recent major industry event, this joint pours 72 historically accurate cocktails (and gallons of communal punch) while the taproom has whiskey and brews.

Nearby places

54 Pearl St (at Broad St)
95 Pearl St (at Stone St)
52 Stone St (btwn Broad St & Hanover Sq)