Party Earth Review Tucked away in a small cobblestone alley appropriately named Stone Street, Vintry Wine & Whiskey is an earthy, organic little bar that draws a loyal following of after-work finance types and in-the-know locals. A rustic... ... read full review
57 Stone Street
New York, NY 10005
2, 3: Wall-William Street; J, Z: Broad Street-Wall Street; R: Whitehall Street-South Ferry
M–W 11:30am–2am, Th–F 11:30am–4am, Sa 4pm–4am, Su 4pm–1am
Financial District, New York –
Tucked away in a small cobblestone alley appropriately named Stone Street, Vintry Wine & Whiskey is an earthy, organic little bar that draws a loyal following of after-work finance types and in-the-know locals.
A rustic bar adorned with knotted vines and a series of high marble-topped tables dimly lit by elegant bird-like lighting fixtures occupy most of the space in this small drinking den, where laid-back weekday evenings see Wall Streeters of all ages stopping in to mellow out over reserve whiskeys or sip wine perfectly paired with the lobster-stuffed mushrooms.
Weekends are a bit livelier, especially late night when crews of well-dressed young professionals show up to shoot the breeze at the bar, while couples and groups of girlfriends enjoy creative house cocktails like Harry’s Whiskey Sour and the Flaming Bubinga.
Sundays and Mondays are big restaurant industry nights, as sommeliers and bartenders arrive from all over the city to sample Vintry’s incredible selection of almost 100 wines and over 150 whiskeys, all on full display and most of which are served in small tasting portions of one or two ounces.
An impressively knowledgeable staff rounds out the experience at Vintry, a don’t-miss wine and whiskey haven perfect for patrons looking for a lively and sophisticated night out.
After a full day of slinging stocks, head to Vintry and check out their collection of reserve wines, all of which are displayed in the back. Among others, you’ll find a bottle of Chateau Lafite Rothschild First Growth 1870 that goes for $23,500! Vintry also carries one of the oldest Irish whiskeys in the world, Knappoggue Castle 1951. Ask one of the knowledgeable servers about other unique finds.
Wall Streeters, local residents, and successful young professionals, with restaurant industry types, sommeliers, and bartenders stopping in on Sundays and Mondays, late 20s to 40s.
Ambient jazz and blues by day, classic American pop in the evenings, and upbeat lounge music at night.
Menu of small plates including veal meatballs and lobster-stuffed mushrooms, as well as cured meats and cheeses, served Su–W until close and Th–Sa until 3:30am.
Extensive wine and whiskey selections from around the world, as well as reserve cocktails designed to showcase high-end whiskeys, single malts, and bourbons.
Small plates $3.50–$14, prix fixe weekday lunch $13/two courses or $19/three courses. Beer $8–$12, wine $3.50–$20/2 oz, $7–$50/5 oz, or $35–$225/bottle, cocktails $10–$14, bourbon $8–$40/2 oz, single malts $8–$250/2 oz, reserve cocktails $38–$60.
Casual to business casual: nice jeans, button-downs, work attire.
Thursday nights for a lively good time and late nights Friday and Saturdays.
Bar Seven Five (Andaz Hotel lobby, 75 Wall Street) has similar sophisticated drinks and a refined crowd of young professionals and finance types.