Explore Undiscovered Food, Fashion & Fun.
Named for a notorious 19th-century New York gang, the three-story pub/cocktail lounge hybrid slings Pop-Inns (an old-school concoction of ale spiked with liqueur); punch bowls flavored with sherbets and teas; and snacks such as fried oysters and lamb chop lollipops. The historically accurate cocktail menu even lists cobblers, flips, possets, sours, daisies, juleps, smashes, and bishops. Take that, vodka soda.
The Dead Rabbit Grocery and Grog, 30 Water Street, at Broad Street (646-422-7906 or deadrabbitnyc.com).
Nothing says holiday time like a proper sugar fest. To help you plan, we gathered cookie and cocktail recipes from notable food bloggers, along with decor and crafts to send your guests home on a sweet note.