527 Broome Street, New York, NY 10013
Thomas Handy, who is known as one of the first expert barman in the United States and created what we know today as “America’s First Cocktail,” the Sazerac cocktail. Before his death in 1889, Handy recorded the recipe for the cocktail and the drink made its first printed appearance in William T.
The original Sazerac cocktail, as first created by Thomas Handy, now lives on 527 Broome Street at The Handy Liquor Bar.
The Handy Liquor Bar opens daily at 5:00pm, Jukebox Selections 5:00pm to 7:00pm daily, with #ProhibitionHour Jazz performances along with DJ’s spinning old school vinyl disco, funk and rock & roll .
The Handy Liquor Bar serves small bites – such as classic oysters rockerfella (with a hint of madras curry) and warm black truffle and gruyere tea sandwich (served with pommel frites) – from the Chalk Point Kitchen menu, created by Michelin Star and Rising Chef Award recipient, executive chef Joe Isidori, along with Chef de Cuisine, Blue Hill and Mas Farmhouse vet, chef Frederick Schoen-Kiewert.