Raines Law Room Chelsea
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This intimate speakeasy has a romantic vibe with dim lights and comfy velvet seating. It’s a great date spot because you can really get lost together in your own corner of the bar—there are even booths behind silky curtains. They have a “Choose Your Own Adventure” old-fashioned menu with a selection of bitters, sweeteners, and spirits for a custom cocktail. For a spicy-sweet twist on the classic, add ginger honey to the classic bourbons and rums on the list.
This is a hidden speakeasy. You must make a reservation in advance. Check out the lewd wallpaper in the velvet-curtained salon. Amazing hand crafted cocktails.
This is a speakeasy, one of the most eclectic places in town. Incredible cocktails and the decor will stun you.
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“Small plates are paired with gin-based cocktails at this speakeasy-style bar.”
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“This is my local dive sports bar. This is my "cheers" bar where a lot of locals go to for a beer and conversation. It's very down to earth and low-key”
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“William F. Moore Park This text is part of Parks’ Historical Signs Project and can be found posted within the park. This triangle honors William F. Moore (1897–1918), a Marine private killed in battle during World War I (1914-1918). A graduate of PS 17, Moore grew up nearby on the corner of 103rd Street and Corona Avenue. Moore enlisted in the Marine Corps in April 1917 and was killed in 1918 while serving with the 47th Company, Fifth Regiment at Belleau Wood in France, in one of the bloodiest engagements fought by the United States during the war. A flagstaff base marking a recent renovation commemorates Moore and his valiant sacrifice. The history of Corona ties intimately to the arrival”
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“Great local spot for a drink or a bite to eat. Friendly staff, fun atmosphere.”
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