The latest watering hole from the big brains behind Death & Co., Honeycut and many more, The Walker Inn is one of the most ambitious cocktail bars to open in years. Located inside a space behind a “secret door” at the back of The Normandie Club, the sunken bar doles out high-concept drinks (like the Rosé All Day, which contains watermelon and white wine that have been centrifuged to create “rosé” and a watermelon “hydrosol”) that utilize a number of modernist techniques. Here, guests have a choice of two menus: The Book, a compendium of classic cocktails done in the house style, and The Walker Menu, a seasonal menu with playful themes that changes every few weeks—plus an “omakase” drink experience (which varies in price from $45 to $115 per person) that is available at the bar.
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- craft cocktails
What to drink
Anything off the seasonally changing menu.
With a capacity of only 27 people and a portion of those seats reserved for walk-ins, reservations through their online portal are always a good idea.
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