Wintry Wine & Whiskey Warm-up @ Vintry

Vintry Wine & Whiskey Bar

Ok, so I just got back from a weekend in Palm Springs, followed by a weekend in Miami. I tell you this, not to make you jealous, but to lay the foundation that my body temp has long-adjusted to 80+ degree days from our unseasonably warm NY April and said destinations. So imagine the shock when I saw the mercury dropping to a mere 40 degrees yesterday and a fine mist start to fall. Brrrrrr. What better way to warm up than by paying a visit to a Wall Street watering hole. Well, maybe there is a chill in there too these days, but if you find yourself in the shadows of lower Manhattan’s concrete towers looking for a place to take the edge off, try Vintry Wine & Whiskey. With over 90 wines by the glass and 150+ whiskey/scotch selections to choose from, as well as a list of whisky/bourbon based handcrafted cocktails, you most definitely will not have a problem finding something to imbibe. And for warmer weather, Vintry is located amongst a long line of Old New York bars and pubs on the quaint cobblestone Stone Street, each with communal picnic tables out front — looks like the makings of an awfully fun post-market close happy hour destination {although that may depend on where the Dow closed}.

The Skim: If you’re looking to catch yourself a pinstriped suit that still carries a business card emblazoned with a Wall Street address or just want a swirl of a good scotch on a cobblestone street with an Old NY kind of feel, check out Vintry Wine & Whiskey. {57 Stone Street, btw Wall & Broad St.}

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