2/10/11

The Breslin

On Monday night, a couple friends and I stopped by The Breslin for an after-work cocktail. We moseyed on up to the bar on the mezzanine level where we drank gin and lavender cocktails, ate “thrice fried chips" and people-watched below. Awesome. But as delicious as the food and drinks (and hipsters) are, the design of the space is even better. The lacquered olive green walls, plaid accents, and animal tchotchkes are incredibly charming and make you feel as if you’ve been transported out of Midtown and into a great, old pub in England. This is absolutely one of my favorite spots in the city. 
 

8 comments:

  1. I can already tell I would like to hang out at this place. Is the decor authentically old or new stuff made to look old?

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  2. Mostly authentic. I read that the ceiling was restored and most of the furniture was salvaged.

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