Above an ungentrified little stretch of Avenue B, Pouring Ribbons is a labor of love from Joaquín Simó and Alchemy Consulting. The bar—rendered in all shades of greens and blues—is well-versed in the art of the classics, but going off-piste is certainly rewarded. Sherry, tequila and mezcal all are in liberal use here alongside more eccentric ingredients like seven-spice-pumpkin-coconut mix, corn milk and yogurt.
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- craft cocktails
- bar food
What to drink
Ask for something with the house falernum (it changes seasonally) or a Southside, Simó's specialty.
NeighborhoodEast Village →
This is a good place for groups with lots of seating.
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