Cocktails on Crosby, The Crosby Bar presents a trendy hangout in the heart of SoHo

Spanning from Crosby Street to Lafayette Street, The Crosby Bar is a city block of extraordinary atmospheric delight.  Upon entering the space, guests will discover rich, grey oak flooring, and high ceilings.  The space is lit by tall warehouse windows, which harken back to the American Industrial Age that gave birth to present day New York City.

Kit Kemp, part owner of The Crosby Street Hotel’s parent company, Firmdale Hotels, brings her unique London design influence into The Crosby Bar.  Mixing ample natural lighting with unique colour and texture, Kemp crafts a bright and creative space.  The space also opens up to a stunning garden, giving guests a lovely place to relax surrounded by lush greenery.

Behind the long pewter bar a staff of experienced mixologists creates an ambitious blend of specialty drinks and favourite classics.  The menu features time honoured favourites like the Moscow Mule and signature drinks for the more adventurous visitor.  Sourcing ingredients from local farmers markets, the menu of signature cocktails varies with the season, presenting guests with new and interesting flavours throughout the year.

Beyond the cocktails, The Crosby Bar also features a wide selection of fine wines from throughout the globe.  Guests will also find incredible champagne and a restaurant menu prepared by hotel chef Anthony Paris.

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The Crosby Bar’s bartenders know how to keep the taste buds interested.  The Tiger’s Eye is a specialty martini that’s big on flavour, or maybe you would like to try the Soho Sensation?  Serving food and drink until the early morning, The Crosby Bar is perfect for a hot and fresh breakfast or a refreshing signature cocktail.

Alexander Ryll
I have been collecting cocktail recipes and collating a list of my personal favourite hotel bars for the last ten years. If you have a hotel bar you would like to recommend click on 'Add A Hotel Bar' on the menu.
Alexander Ryll

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