Much like its older sister, Bourbon & Branch, this bar brings back days of old, when the partaking of alcohol was a ritual, a time to gather with friends and share experiences, and of course, drink.
Good news is that bookings aren’t required. You can waltz in and find a seat along the bar or in the small mezzanine towards the back (nb good people watching) and order from a frequently changing menu. It can get pretty busy though, so if you want to guarantee both a seat and access to a massive menu that has almost anything you can dream of, reserve one of the confessional booths. Each come complete with a different theme inspired by a modern era of drinking menu. Think tiki bar, Irish/Scottish/English pub, speakeasy, grand hotel, American dive bar and The Big Easy.
The mezzanine has a slightly different focus - namely house blended spirits in aged barrels. They treat the barrels with booze like Chartreuse and Guinness then fill them up with will rum, rye and the like, and let them age, creating single batch, unique blends.